Losing weight and keeping it off can be a real challenge. There are a ton of different diets and devices on the market to help. Now, a device developed right here in Pittsburgh is making headlines nationwide.
Can New Year’s resolutions really make a difference in our health when it comes to reversing the consequences of some of our bad, long term habits?
When it comes to exercise, there’s a lot to think about – from what equipment to use to how to keep track of all your hard work. One of the best and most basic forms of exercise is walking.
Many people make a resolution in the new year to diet and lose weight Starting a diet is relatively easy. The hard part is sticking to it. Consumer Reports just polled more than 3,000 of its subscribers on losing weight to see just what they’re doing to stay on target.
Will you be joining the masses that faithfully pack-on five pounds during this merry season? Or are you going to do something different this year? Avoiding the holiday chub is entirely within your control.
So you’re a busy mom during this holiday season with no time for the gym, right? Not so fast! Women’s fitness and weight loss programs have come a long way in the last five years and there is a solution for the endless number of frustrated moms out there who don’t’ have the time for a personal trainer or gym
If you’re tired of fad diets that might work for a while but then you always re-gain the weight, a new program may be just what you need.
If you’re tired of fad diets that might work for a while but then you always re-gain the weight, a new program may be just what you need. It’s called “Fit, Fun and Fabulous at Any Age.” It’s a 12-week program developed by a local doctor and it is changing lives.
You may have tried the treadmill, yoga and spinning, but how about Kangoo Jumps?
You may have noticed our incredible shrinking Meteorologist Dennis Bowman. He has lost more than 40 pounds since January and a lot of viewers have been asking how he did it.
Walk off a size in four weeks. A walking workout claims it will flatten your belly, firm every inch, and power off pounds, without dieting.
With the change of life, women stop having their periods, but also, they might start gaining weight. A local researcher is looking at what types of activities will keep post-menopausal women active for the long run, for a better weight and better health.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – You’ve seen those stretchy, resistance bands used for working out and strengthening muscles. Now, there’s clothing with those resistance bands sewn in to amp up your workout and tone your body. The […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A lot of people start the New Year trying to lose weight, but exercise doesn’t have to be boring. There are plenty of people out there having fun and losing weight at […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – When it comes to exercise, experts recommend at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week. However, only 40 percent of adults keep up with that pace. An elliptical is one […]