What it means to be fit depends on who you ask. What is clear, though, is there are many different ways — from diet to exercise — to approach fitness. Looking back on the year, we sifted through the articles we published on the subject and selected the ones that resonated the most with you.
These 10 are worthy of a read — or a re-read.
Fasted cardio is a tricky subject and definitely not a silver bullet for weight loss.
Busting some major myths and misconceptions about the cardio and weight-loss connection.
It’s a little common sense, but worth pointing out, that we need quick energy pre-workout. Save the fiber and protein for after.
It’s not all protein shakes and oats on this list, which is the good news. There’s a breakfast for each day of the week and one more for good luck.
Not every workout is for everyone. If your body isn’t responding to Pilates, try an indoor cycling class.
We all know we’ll feel better after we work out, but some days it’s harder to motivate than others, which is when these tricks come in handy.
The more muscle you have, the more calories your body burns at its baseline as you rest.
If you’re not seeing results or you’re losing motivation, these culprits might be at play.
In addition to quantity, the quality of your workouts matter.
Here, we tackle some common myths about strength training.