Ordering in pizza is a simple fix for a busy night, but most pizzas (including the kind you defrost) are high in calories, fat, and preservatives. We don't expect you to give it up, but use this guide to order healthier or make your own healthy pizza at home.
Having strong hips—specifically a strong hip cuff—is critical for women, Core Performance founder Mark Verstegen recently told SHAPE magazine. Women have wider pelvises than men, creating greater angles between hips and knees and increasing their risk of injury, he says. Use the moves below to build strong, stable hips and decrease your risk of injury.
Understanding how to eat right can easily feel overwhelming. Amanda Carlson-Phillips, our vice president of performance nutrition and research, breaks down the five mantras that make up our nutrition philosophy.
Smoothies make great breakfasts and post-workout snacks. Our Athletes' Performance nutritionists and chefs created seven protein-packed recipes to help you power through your day. Click on the image above to see smoothie recipes.
In recent years, 100-calorie snack packs have become an easy snack choice for people looking to control their portions. While these cleverly marketed snack packs may help you mind your calories, most are still the same unhealthy, processed foods loaded with artificial ingredients. Skip the pre-packaged foods in favor of real food. Try the healthy, low-calorie snacks below.
Do you read or watch TV during your cardio workout? Knock it off. Metabolic specialist Paul Robbins explains why this is a sign you aren't getting the most out of your training.
While it’s been widely shown that the omega-3s found in fatty fish are good for your body, especially your heart, it can also help you live longer, according to a study from the Harvard School of Public Health and the University of Washington [HuffingtonPost.com].
It's easy to skip working out when you feel like you don't have enough time for a full session. Instead, performance specialist Craig Friedman says break your day up into smaller blocks to sneak in some movement.
This may come as a surprise: While obesity and health problems are on the rise among westerners, fit and healthy hunter-gatherers don’t expend more energy than westerners, according to a study published in PLoS ONE.
Nutritionist Amanda Carlson-Phillips says starting with hydration is the easiest way to make immediate improvements to your health, energy, and nutrition. Let her explain how much water you need.
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Train an often overlooked area with this mini-workout from Core Performance’s founder.
Researchers have found that hunter-gatherers don’t expend more energy than westerners. Here’s how to crank your metabolism into overdrive.
A study found that sustainable engagement is the key to improving employee health.
Here's what you need to know about using obstacle races to build teamwork at work.