Saturday, 20 Apr 2019

Category: Health and Beauty

4 Healthiest Hotels in America

Traveling and staying fit aren’t your typical bedmates. But we know Hers readers defy those odds, even when 3,000 miles from home. Luckily, hotels are finally rolling out the gym floors for the uptick in healthy travelers. Here are four chains that have your #fitgoals back. BY CAT PERRY  232Shares232      Tweet  

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The Fit Chick’s Guide to Falling in Love With Cycling. Bike Fit

Want to clear your head and get in a great workout? Just hop on your bike and put the pedal to the metal. Cycling isn’t about entering the Tour de France. It’s about staying active and connected to your body and the world around you. Upgrade your two-wheeler to a bike built for fitness, and […]

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morning workout

Learn to Love a Morning Workout

A.M. WORKOUT Don’t hit the snooze button just yet—here’s how a.m. exercise can help you get more out of your day, plus two great routines to put into action.  Morning workout can help you to wake up and then have really wonderful day. BY ALYSSA SHAFFER PHOTOGRAPHS BY PER BERNAL  232Shares232      Tweet  

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How to Get a Sexy and Flat Belly

How to Get a Sexy and Flat Belly

You often look in the mirror and think that your belly doesn’t look the way you dream. I will open a secret if you stop taking time to think and dream the situation will change. It’s time to do something for that. Everything you need is simply to start a new habit to follow these […]

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Perk & peak your physique

Coffee for Your Energy. Perk & Peak Your Physique

Boost energy, blast fat and focus better with these five ingredients BY CHIOMA OZUZU RUNNING LOW on energy? You’re not alone. Busy professionals, college students, and business owners alike feel sluggishness every now and then. Fatigue can also be a side effect of stress, anxiety, boredom, or depression.  232Shares232      Tweet  

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