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How to Box | 10 Rounds Boxing Glossary

How to Box | 10 Rounds Boxing Glossary

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to box — or just learn how to throw a punch — get ready to duke it out because 10 Rounds is comin’ in hot. 10 Rounds with Joel Freeman is a six-week program that will teach you the fundamentals of boxing: proper boxing stance, how...

#mbf and #mbfa | Muscle Burns Fat

#mbf and #mbfa | Muscle Burns Fat

Growing up at her family’s gym, Super Trainer Megan Davies learned a few insider tricks to help her clients build lean muscle, burn serious calories, and get the body they’ve always wanted. Now, she’s sharing her best routines in two three-week programs designed to be done back-to-back: #mbf Muscle Burns...

What Is BOD groups? | BOD groups Explainer

What Is BOD groups? | BOD groups Explainer

We’re always looking for new ways to make Beachbody On Demand an even more effective tool for helping you get results. That’s why we’re so excited about the upcoming addition to the app — BODgroups! BODgroups is a new community-based platform that will help you stay motivated, accountable, and connected,...

Free Workouts Beachbody On Demand

Free Workouts Beachbody On Demand

Want to get moving but don’t know where to start? Here are all the FREE workouts you can do on Beachbody On Demand that includes sample workouts from our newest and most popular programs. Note: A Beachbody On Demand membership is required to access the full program. Free Workouts on Beachbody...

No-Equipment Workout On Beachbody On Demand

No-Equipment Workout On Beachbody On Demand

The best part of at-home workouts is that you don’t necessarily need a tricked-out home gym to get results — a no-equipment workout can be just as effective. Pick any no-equipment workout on Beachbody On Demand from the list below — then just throw some workout clothes on and press “play.”...

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10 Tips for Making Healthy Foods More Fun for Children

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The Best Ways to Increase Protein at Breakfast

The Best Ways to Increase Protein at Breakfast

Protein is a major macronutrient that is great for boosting satiety, keeping you fuller longer, and building strong muscles. Plus, if you eat it after a morning workout with breakfast, you’ll get that immediate muscle recovery, too, so you can avoid joint and muscle fatigue and pain. Yet, it can be hard to make sure you’re getting enough protein throughout the day, especially at breakfast. Breakfast foods often contain more carbs than protein, like cereal and granola, pastries, pancakes, and more. However, you can totally find protein-rich foods to eat for breakfast and pair wisely to make sure you’re getting enough in that morning meal. It will keep hunger at bay until lunch and you’ll give your brain and body that boost it needs to perform well and be most productive. Here are the best ways to increase protein during breakfast. Eat a Protein Bar If you’re the on the... Read More
5 Things to Look For in a High Quality Protein Bar

5 Things to Look For in a High Quality Protein Bar

If you are looking for your new favorite protein bar, you definitely want it to taste good, but you also want to make sure that it has the right set of nutrients to fuel your body and aid in muscle repair post-workout. So, what might you look for on the label? You will want to read about the different nutrients inside and check for any weird additives or sweeteners—both of which you want to avoid for sure. Here’s what you’ll want in a protein bar that does its job of satisfying your craving and benefiting your body at once. Quest Protein Bars have 20-21g of protein per bar. With chocolate and fruity flavor varieties A Good Source of Protein You’ll want a bar that has 15+ grams of protein, with those having 20 grams being even better. Why? Protein is important to keeping you full and for building muscles, and... Read More
How to Help Someone Lose Weight

How to Help Someone Lose Weight

The Mindset Membership is the monthly companion to Beachbody’s premium nutrition program, 2B Mindset, created by Ilana Muhlstein, M.S., RDN. Learn more about The Mindset Membership.  Sign up for The Mindset Membership now — your first 30 days are free! When you’re trying to eat healthy, exercise, and make lifestyle changes that are necessary to reach your goals, support from your loved ones can be a huge source of strength. But what if your friends and family don’t support your goals? In a series of June Topic Videos for The Mindset Membership, Ilana and her husband Noah talk about the challenges of trying to lose weight if the people around you aren’t onboard. Ilana starts where it all begins — at home. In one of the videos, she and Noah share how they got on the same page with her weight-loss goals and how they figured out what worked — and what didn’t. For... Read More
4 Ways That Pizza Can be a Quick Meal That’s Actually Good for You

4 Ways That Pizza Can be a Quick Meal That’s Actually Good for You

When you think of a slice of pizza, “healthy” doesn’t come to mind. It’s bread, cheese, thick sauce, and lots of toppings like pepperoni or chicken—and it’s usually drenched in oil and grease, as well as salt. Plus, most crusts are thick, taking the carb count over the top. (And, hello deep dish!) Yet, if you pick a thin crust pizza that is lower in carbs and one that is also less salty and oily, you can totally have a healthy and satisfying meal ready in no time. Keeping frozen pizzas on hand—instead of ordering from your local pizzeria or restaurant—is a great option since you can choose brands that have fewer carbs and sugar, less sodium, and potentially more veggies or protein too, depending on the crust type and the toppings. Here are five easy ways to boost the nutrition of that pizza, where it can actually be a... Read More
Which is Worse: Corn or Sugar?

Which is Worse: Corn or Sugar?

YEARS ago we realize that sugar was insidiously included in everything from salad dressing to tomato sauce. And, incredibly 200 years ago American con turned about two pounds of sugar a year. An average American now eats three pounds every week! Hard to believe. Sugar is one of the biggest factors in the growing incidence of obesity and diabetes and it’s hard to find products without it. Which is Worse: Corn or Sugar? But sugar isn’t the only ingredient that has adulterated our diet. Gluten surfaced as a major contributor to Celiac disease (related to leaky gut syndrome) with symptoms for digestive disorders to migraine headaches, arthritis, and depression. Gluten intolerance has skyrocketed with the acceptance of hybridized wheat as the grain of choice from breakfast cereal to crackers and baked goods. Wheat is included in many gravies, puddings, ice cream-even hot dogs and deli meats, and is as pervasive and... Read More