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Football Season: Super Bowl Sunday and Weight Gain

Many who enjoy weekends of football during the fall and winter months add a few pounds of body weight. Here are some ways to…

Lose the Love Handles

How to Lose Stubborn Love Handles

The number one item if you will notice is food intake. As with any fitness and health goal – nutrition and exercise are alway…

Need To Lose 40 Lbs

I Need to Lose 40 lbs!

It is a fact that many (too many) of America’s men, women, as well as teenaged youth are overweight. Recent alarming statisti…

Treadmill fitness

How to Lose Weight on the Treadmill

Treadmills are the right choice for those who want to lose weight.

Ask Stew – Work Hard With No Weight Loss

Even if you are highly active with a manual labor job, after a certain age it is difficult to lose that stubborn 10-15 pounds…

Ask Stew: Joining the Military in Medical Services

Here is a nurse who is seeking to join the military, in part to help with student loans, but faces a hurdle – the physical st…

From Deployer To Bodybuilder

From Deployer to Bodybuilder

Fitness goals are like people, no two are exactly alike. And how people develop their fitness goals typically evolves and cha…

Airman 1st Class Schyler Turpin measures an airman's waist during a physical training evaluation at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C. Photo by Senior Airman Tabatha Zarrella

Getting Over a Weight-Loss Plateau

If you’re just starting to work out, you might lose weight quickly. But how do you get over a weight-loos plateau?

Have You Forgotten Your Fitness Goals

Have You Forgotten Your Fitness Goals?

Here is an email from a 40 year old woman who has children, works, and is trying to fit fitness into her life this year.

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Calories in and Calories Out: Is it That Simple?

Think weight loss is just about eating less and exercising more? It’s only part of the equation.

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7 Training Options for When You Need a Military Fitness Partner

Even if you get a workout completed, having someone to push you and keep you company may increase your workout intensity and…

Soldiers perform pull-ups as part of a physical training (PT) event during a 2019 visit from Gen. James C. McConville, the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, to Fort Bliss, Texas, July 22. (U.S. Army/Matthew J. Marcellus)

Workout of the Week: Full Body and Run Circuit (Swim Optional)

During a cycle of high-repetition calisthenics and running, it is good to add in some moderate to light weight training that…

Soldiers across the 10th Mountain Division (LI) and Fort Drum run a qualifier race for the Army Ten-Miler Team roster. (Mike Strasser/U.S. Army)

Ask Stew: Supplemental Workouts for a Running Plan

If your job requires you to be in good cardiovascular shape and be even better at load bearing, you need to put time in the s…

A U.S. Naval ROTC midshipman low crawls under barbed wire during the Confidence Course for the Career Orientation Training for Midshipmen (CORTRAMID) at Camp Devil Dog, North Carolina, (U.S. Marine Corps/Miranda C. DeKorte)

Tactical Fitness: Crawls, Carries and Conditioning

When it comes to developing training programs for those considering the military tactical professions, there is a process to…

Coast Guard recruit company Juliet-190 become the first company to try the training center's new stationary bikes, Sept. 10, 2014. The bikes will replace the aging models and provide a safer and more intense workout for recruits going through basic training. (John Edwards/U.S. Coast Guard)

Coast Guard Ditches Body Weight Standards for Measurement in New Pilot Program

Coast Guard Ditches Body Weight Standards for Measurement in New Pilot Program

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