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Dr. Phil Shares: 10 Exercises to Strengthen Your Core

  If there’s one thing we all value in a relationship, it’s honesty. So let’s get this one off on the right track. That set of corrugated abs you want? Getting them is gonna require a lot more than just holding off on that third piece of pizza and doing an extra set of crunches […]

Dr. Phil Shares: Should You Work Out If You Are Sore?

I often get complaints from clients about being sore. Statements like “I thought exercise was going to make me feel good, but now I feel worse than ever” are somewhat common with people who are new to exercising. And there’s not too much for me to tell them. The fact is that if you have […]

Dr. Phil Shares: A Beginner’s Guide to Weightlifting

December 26, 2017 by


When you decide to add strength training to your workout routine, knowing where to start can be tricky. And once you get going, knowing how to progress can be even trickier. After all, most weight-room newbies are unsure of their strength and, in turn, how to push it to its limits. How heavy of a dumbbell […]

Help Dr. Phil Fight Cancer in 2017

Hi Friends, It seems that we all know a friend or loved one, or personally struggle or have been taken from us with cancer. I’ve felt like I couldn’t do enough over my years in practice. Until now. I’m not a scientist and can’t find a cure on my own, but I can and will […]

Dr. Phil Shares: Is Cardio or Weight Lifting Better For Shedding Extra Weight?

If you’re looking to lose weight, you might be wondering: Should I focus on doing cardio or should I weight train? The answer, for those of you not interested in hanging around for the “why” part of the answer, is both. What matters most is the way you train, the system you train under, and […]

Dr. Phil Shares: Fancy Sparkling Drinks for New Years and Beyond!

December 29, 2016 by


Have a Safe and Prosperous New Year, from Dr. Phil McAllister @ Forward Health

Dr. Phil Shares: What Is the Best Workout for Those With Bad Knees?

“What’s a good workout if you have bad knees?” – Martha W. The Short Answer: “Bad knees” is a broad term, but in general, the more you can work your knees, the stronger they will get. Unfortunately, this turns into a Catch-22 when your knees hurt during exercise. You need to exercise to relieve the […]