Racquetball Is Good For Weight Loss

Racquetball Is Good For Weight Loss – The only way to maintain a healthy weight is to burn more calories than we take in. Although the evidence clearly supports this fact, it doesn’t More »

A Guide To Roller Skating

A Guide To Roller Skating – Roller skating is popular around the world, but with the right tools, it’s easy to stand out from the crowd and proudly display your personality. If you More »

How to Prevent Knee Injuries when Working Out

Knee injuries can be sudden and acute, such as knee ligament sprains. Or you may have a chronic knee injury such bursitis or knee tendonitis. Either way, you’ll want to avoid them. More »


Boxing has been a popular choice for people who wanted to workout and tone their body. This sport involves overall workout starting from the arms down to the feet. It also generally More »

Training For Marathon Running

Training for marathon running is never a simple or easy thing to do. It requires a sort of mental focus and physicality that not everyone is capable of. The kind of training More »


Inner Thighs Exercise: Inner-Thigh Slimmer

Inner Thighs Exercise: Inner-Thigh Slimmer

This inner-thigh slimmer uses an exercise band for resistance to tighten and tone this troublesome area. Don’t think the band is doing all the work though–be sure to squeeze your leg muscles as you push the band diagonally across your body, about six inches off the floor. Inner-thigh strength is important, and not just for appearance sake. If you enjoy–or have always wanted to try–ice skating or roller blading, strong inner thighs will come in handy…

The Best Sports Bras

The Best Sports Bras

A sports bra should perform like the perfect boyfriend: hug you close, get physical when you want, and provide plenty of unconditional support. This season, thanks to cutting-edge engineering, space-age fabrics, and ingenious design details, you’re bound to find the perfect match. We ran dozens of new sports bras through their paces to bring you our favorite athletic supporters.

Which Cereal Has Fewer Calories?

Which Cereal Has Fewer Calories?

Are you ready to navigate the maze of cereals in the supermarket and make an intelligent decision about the best box for your buck? Take a stroll down cereal lane in any supermarket and you’ll be overwhelmed by the overdose of fruity and colorful boxes. The variety, the catchy names, and the fabulous box designs are a tribute to the creativity of American advertising firms. But to choose the most nutritious cereal for your family, you’ll need to look past the glitz.

Granola vs. Muesli

Both of these breakfast cereals are made with a mix of rolled oats, fruit, and nuts with a little sweetener. Compared cup for cup as an average of all brands, muesli has 289 calories while granola has a whopping 598 calories. While muesli is mostly made of oats, the additional nuts and sugars in granola make it a far better option when it comes to watching calories.