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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: 9 Tips for Fitness Success in 2017

It’s January! Time to dust off those sneakers and dive in to that fitness routine so you can ditch those holiday pounds and get down to your goal weight. Whether you’re following a routine for the first time (or for the first time in a long time) or just refocusing your efforts in the New […]

Dr. Phil Shares: One of The Simplest Ways To Stay Fit and Trim As We Age

  Are your walks a tad, well… wimpy? We all know that exercise promotes health benefits and weight loss, but does walking count as real exercise? The kind of exercise that blasts fat in record time? Certainly, but not all walks are equal when it comes to losing weight and boosting cardiovascular health. A fit […]

Dr. Phil Shares: Confessions of a Junk Food Junkie: 6 Tricks to Kick the Habit

Originally from Dennis Faye @ Beachbody True story: I was a fat kid, peaking at about 225 pounds by age 18. In my more socially awkward moments—and there were many—junk food was my best friend. Or so I thought. When my algebra class crush would gave me the “just friends” speech or a so-called buddy […]

Dr. Phil Shares: May is Foot Health Awareness Month

From wearing shoes without proper arch support to balancing in sky-high heels, we’re all guilty of using and abusing our feet. And considering we use them every single day, the least we can do is show them a little TLC. After all, “Happy Feet” shouldn’t just be the title of a Disney Pixar film. To […]

Dr. Phil Shares: Could Taking a Walk Improve Your Creativity!

Everyone encounters those days that no matter what you do you can’t seem to shake off the fog. Here’ a tip: to get that haze to lift, try taking a walk. A recent study, coauthored by Stanford researchers Marily Oppezzo and Daniel Schwartz, found through four separate experiments that walking has a large impact on creativity […]

Dr. Phil Shares: 9 Yoga Stretches to Help Relieve Hip and Lower Back Pain

December 29, 2014 by

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Tight hips can be debilitating. When things aren’t working right down there, even sitting or walking can cause pain. Luckily, a little (proper) stretching can ward off this pain, increase the fluidity of mobility, and decrease chances of serious injury in the lower region of your body. It can also take pressure off the lower […]