Sniff, cough, pfffft. Flu season is here. And while we hope you don't get it, it happens to the best of us. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that 48.8 million people got the flu during the 2017-2018 season. If you do happen to be one of its unlucky victims, you're going to want to do everything in your power to make it go away as quickly as possible.
Share on Pinterest Hard work gets results. There's no secret. Jason Khalipa can do 50 pull-ups in a row, squat 450 pounds, deadlift 550 pounds, and run a 5K in 23 minutes and 20 seconds. He won the title of Fittest Man on Earth at the 2008 CrossFit Games and has competed placed in the top 20 every year since.
ESPN the Magazine just released the photos for its annual body issue, and they're as badass as ever. While all the athletes look fit and strong parading around in their birthday suits, the photos prove an athletic build isn't just one body type. This year the magazine features 19 sports stars, including Chris Mosier, the first transgender athlete to qualify for a U.
Photo by Nicole Fara Silver Many distance runners prep for races by binging on pasta, bagels, and other starchy carbs to boost glycogen - the stored form of glucose our bodies break down to fuel extended bouts of physical activity. But is this really the best approach to lasting stamina, energy, and endurance?
Share on Pinterest I have a friend who quit eating sugar two years ago. When we go out to eat, I almost always get dessert. “Will you have a bite?” I ask, testing her. “No thanks!” She always responds with ease and indifference. Must be so hard for her to turn down a beignet every single time-right? Wrong.
You might like The Best Ways to Beat Spring Allergies Mixing over-the-counter medicine and alcohol is one of those things you know you shouldn't do, yet sometimes life gets in the way. Maybe you popped a Tylenol to beat a midday headache and then got invited out to drinks, or allergy season hit and you've been taking Claritin for a month straight.