The Scoop on Sodium
This month, Diet.com blows the lid off America's saltiest health hazard, plus tips to kick the high-sodium habit.
'Back' to School
Pop quiz: Which body part stabilizes the entire body, is the key to strong abs and, when flexible and strong, can prevent aches, stiffness and chronic pain? Here's a hint: Turn around. That's right, we're talking about the back — and this fall, our trainers will show you how to get yours on the honor roll.
Fitiquette: 8 Rules of Gym Courtesy
We polled our fans on Facebook to see what tops the list of fitness faux pas. Here are the big 8, plus advice from our experts on how to keep them from ruining your workout.
The One Thing to NEVER Eat
This month, certified nutrition counselor, New York Times bestselling author and Diet.com contributor Leanne Ely warns about the ultimate diet no-no.
The Arms Race
Whether you want to pump up your arms or banish underarm jiggle, this fast-but-thorough routine will help you sculpt the guns of your dreams.
Top 10 Fitness Destinations
Calling all adventure seekers! We've got 10 action-packed vacations designed for fitness-minded travelers who want to explore America and burn some calories at the same time.
Eating Right for Exercise
How you eat affects how you feel during and after exercise. That's why it's important to give your body the fuel it needs before and after you hit the gym. Here, Diet.com shows you how.
30-Day Beach Body Workout
Feeling panicked about the coming summer heat? We heard your distress call - and we have a solution. This routine from the Gold's Gym Fitness Institute will get your body streamlined for that swimsuit just in time for the Fourth of July.
Need to cram for an A+ body because you played hooky from the gym all winter? At Gold's Gym, school is in session! Our trainers and instructors will teach you how to get fit fast.
The Weight-Conscious Kitchen: What To Stock
The best way to reach your health and fitness goals is to stock your fridge and pantry with foods that will help you stay on track. We've compiled three shopping lists based on common health goals: weight loss, heart health and overall well-being. If you have multiple goals, you can mix and match from the different categories to keep things interesting.