It's OK to go off track sometimes when you're dining out. Dietitian Alix Turoff said to think of your calories as a weekly average, not a daily count.
While stretching after working out won't do much to prevent muscle soreness, light cardio can help flush out lactic acid, Dr. David Geier said.
Fitness trackers are can be inaccurate, overestimating calorie burn by as much as 93%, research suggests. Create a calorie deficit with diet instead.
If working out four to five times a week feels daunting, try two longer workouts and add in extra walks, personal trainer Emily Ricketts told Insider.
The most important factor for staying fit while busy with work is preparation. Meal prepping supports healthy eating habits, dietitians say.
It can be scary to cut down on exercise, but nothing drastic happens if you do. Fitness should be a part of your life, not your whole life.
Monitor the amount of sweets, alcohol, and fried foods you eat, instead of banning them. Extreme restriction can backfire, dietitians say.
Upping your daily calorie count after a diet can be daunting. Ease out of your deficit slowly if you don't want to regain weight, nutritionists say.
Weight loss comes down to being in a calorie deficit, so take a look at your portion sizes, dietitian Priya Tew told Insider.
Building muscle while minimizing fat gain is possible, but you'll need to nail certain key factors and be patient.
It's not only safe but beneficial to stay active during pregnancy, but make sure to keep intensity moderate and modify some movements.
Knee pain when running is incredibly common but it's not something you should just push through - remedy the issue before it worsens.