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America: A Nation of Couch Potatoes

A new study from the University of Alabama found that the average person is getting less than two minutes of rigorous exercise a day.

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Study: Calorie Burn from Housework Often Overestimated

A new study found that people often overestimate how many calories they burn from housework.

Movement

Mark Verstegen’s Hip-Strengthening Workout for Women

Train an often overlooked area with this mini-workout from Core Performance’s founder.

Nutrition

Women Who Read Food Labels Weigh Less

A new study found that reading food labels can impact a woman’s weight.

Well at Work

Study: 80 Percent of Employees are Taking Work Home

A new study found that checking emails and answering work-related calls after hours is adding up to extra weeks of work each year.

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How Stress Levels Have Changed in the Past 25 Years

A new study found that stress levels among men and women are up 24 percent since the 1980s.

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15-Minute Workout for Women

Core Performance's Nick Anthony shares his 15-minute workout to help women lose weight and build muscle.

Mindset

What’s Your Healthy Tipping Point?

Blogger Caitlin Boyle shares her thoughts on keeping a healthy attitude, women-only races, and the impact of a tall glass of water.

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Study: Losing Weight May Decrease Cancer Risk

A new study found that women who lost weight significantly decreased their risk for cancer.

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Study: Men Are More Active Than Women

A new study found that men are more likely to fit physical activity into their day than women.

Well at Work

Office Report: Female Workers Aren’t Taking Time to Recover

A new survey found that women work more and are less likely to use their downtime to relax.

Well at Work

Women Less Likely to Take Breaks at Work

A report shows that not taking regular breaks at work can cause you to burn out faster.

Nutrition

8 Healthy Snacks for Expectant Moms

Learn how many extra calories you really need during pregnancy, and try these healthy snacks to stay satisfied.

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The Best Foods for a Healthy Pregnancy

Use this list of healthy foods (and foods to avoid) to help guide your nutrition during pregnancy.

Success Stories

How One Former Runner Rediscovered Her Inner Athlete

Looking to lose a few pounds? Find inspiration from this Intel employee who dropped five dress sizes with her lunch-hour workouts.

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3 Keys to a Fit Pregnancy

A nutritionist and triathlete shares her secrets to help expecting moms stay fit and healthy.

The Performance Life

Hanging on by Her Core Strength

Aerialist Amber Monson uses the Core Performance program to help her perform impressive feats of strength.

Movement

The Most Overlooked Area for Women

In this excerpt from his new book, Core Performance Women, Mark Verstegen explains why training your hips can reduce injuries and improve your performance.

Nutrition

The Costco Diet?

In this excerpt from the new book Core Performance Women, Mark Verstegen and Pete Williams explain how to simplify your nutrition planning with just 13 foods.

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Strong Thighs, Healthy Knees

A new study found that strong thighs can decrease the likelihood of painful knee arthritis in women.

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Live Better

America: A Nation of Couch Potatoes

A new study from the University of Alabama found that the average person is getting less than two minutes of rigorous exercise a day.

Live Better

Study: Calorie Burn from Housework Often Overestimated

A new study found that people often overestimate how many calories they burn from housework.

Movement

Mark Verstegen’s Hip-Strengthening Workout for Women

Train an often overlooked area with this mini-workout from Core Performance’s founder.

Nutrition

Women Who Read Food Labels Weigh Less

A new study found that reading food labels can impact a woman’s weight.

Well at Work

Study: 80 Percent of Employees are Taking Work Home

A new study found that checking emails and answering work-related calls after hours is adding up to extra weeks of work each year.

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