Megan Clements

Megan Clements

 

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Imagine coming home from vacation with six-pack abs and a squat record to go along with your camera full of exotic photos. "Fitness vacations" make it easier than ever to have the best of both worlds.
How are you doing with your New Year's resolution? For those of us who have broken down, here's a chance to reconsider your approach and make a new plan for success.
Staying healthy both in body and mind while enjoying the holiday season can be a challenge. Here are a few guidelines for planning your celebration days.
When I first heard the saying “strong is the new skinny” I loved it, but since then, I’ve kind of grown to hate it. Let me explain.
Salt has been given a bad rap, but I often get cravings for it after a workout. I decided to take a deeper look into the research on salt to find out if it really is such a bad thing to be eating.
Depending on who you ask, a gallon of milk a day will either turn you into a muscle bound machine or make you fat along with having some serious sinus congestion and acne.
The paleo jury is still out on paleo sweets. While for some they’re a healthy treat, the key word is "treat." These food items definitely need to be approached with caution depending on your goals.
We’ve developed elaborate ways to ensure we have produce ripe for us whenever we want it. But, when you think about it, we actually had almost everything we needed before our food was so globalized.
What should you eat in order to fuel your performance? While the answer depends on your sport and training, there are a few basics that all athletes should follow for the best possible results.
Sometimes when you're hungry, it's not for food. Your body might be desperately signaling for something else. Here are four things you might be "hungry" for, instead of that tub of ice cream.
Most diets today are focused on fear in one way or another - fear of fat, fear of calories, fear of carbs, and more. Here's how to let go of fear and nourish your amazing body properly.
Competition can be a double-edged sword, and is an often-criticized part of CrossFit. Much of this can be avoided by asking a few simple questions, and doing some appropriate goal setting.