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How to Get Motivated for a Workout When You Just Want to Chill

Between the post-holiday slump and plunging temperatures outside, snuggling under a blanket with a cup of tea might sound better than working out. But there are plenty of interesting ways to vary your routines so the cool temps don't dampen your commitment to fitness. Here are eight strategies to try when the couch... Read more

5 Ways to Keep Your Wellness Motivation This Winter

When it feels like it’s zero degrees outside and you’re cuddled up with a cup of hot chocolate, the last thing on your mind is lacing up your sneakers and heading to the gym. Colder weather and a cozy mindset make it a lot more difficult to achieve your fitness... Read more

5 Tips for Winter Walking

Trying to get in shape? You can walk yourself to better health—and you don’t have to do it alone. A recent study suggests that regular group walking outdoors can lower risk of serious conditions, such as heart disease, hypertension, stroke and even depression. Walking with a group can make fitness... Read more

7 Ways to Beat Winter SADness

During the winter months, about 15% of Americans suffer from a mood disorder known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD symptoms are similar to those of depression—feelings of sadness, low energy, sleep problems, irritability, unexplained weight loss or weight gain, anxiety, social isolation and, in severe cases, suicidal thoughts. The difference... Read more

Coping with the Cold

A winter wonderland may be beautiful, but snow, ice and frigid temperatures can be dangerous. Here are our top four tips to protect yourself when you venture outdoors. 1. Bundle up in warm layers (it provides better insulation) and cover everything. Your fingers and toes are at risk for frostbite in... Read more

Dr. Drew Ramsey: Here’s How You Defeat The Winter Blues

Winter is a misunderstood season. The holiday frenzy and New Year often obscure the best winter has to offer—a season of inward reflection, comfort foods and lots of sleep. Adjusting with the seasons is essential to functioning your best, but winter presents a challenge for many of us. About 20-25 percent of people... Read more