I love the science of exercise and nutrition—and I'm a big fan of technology. (I guess I've always been an early adopter. Thanks, Dad, for getting me my first-gen iPod, even though my classmates made fun of me for not having a Walkman.)
Here's where you'll find my recent musings on modern healthy living.
It's simple to make a vegan Thanksgiving meal. Here's how I build and execute a plan for a stress-free and tasty holiday dinner.
Britney Spears is a true fitness inspiration—and not because of what she looked like 15 years ago. Allow me to wax nostalgic and hopeful for one of music's most iconic stars, and what she suggests for my ability to eat more grilled cheese.
Running is often lauded as the holy grail of exercise, but it's not for everyone—and it may not even be the best way for you to get lean and toned. Here's how I lost more body fat than running alone could deliver.
Maybe a better title would be "The Fitbit Encouraged Me to Do It." Here are my observations from my first full week living and exercising with a Fitbit Charge HR.
Apparel company Under Armour now owns the biggest online health community, thanks to a $475 million purchase of MyFitnessPal. What should marketers take away from this acquisition?
I've been seeing a lot of articles about "food swaps" lately. But cauliflower instead of pizza crust? Why not sub apples for hot-fudge brownie sundaes? On the other hand, should I be using food swaps?
Working from home can be a double-edged sword if you let it. Here are some solutions to common diet and exercise conundrums for remote workers.
After months of falling off the calorie-counting wagon, here are the tactics that have helped me get into a comfortable, non-compulsive routine.
My workplace offers a free membership to an online health gamification service. Here's my mini-review of the service and its health- and fitness-related functions.
The good, the bad, and the bad posture: Here's what I've learned after the first few days of a new strength training program.