While we may not get a good night sleep every night, there are compelling reasons why you should prioritize sleep
Christmas is less than two weeks away: are you excited? Or, are you a wee bit stressed?
I often get asked ‘How much exercise should I be doing?’ That is a good question. And like many good questions, there is no simple answer.
Cardiovascular exercise is important, but there are ways to unknowingly sabotage a workout routine
If you’d like to build a strong, functional body, put a bit of thought into which 30-day challenge you choose, says Tanja Shaw.
There’s one guarantee if you’re planning on keeping in shape this summer: the heat. Here are some tips to help you keep your cool.
Camping is not an excuse to eat whatever you want, says Tanja Shaw. Instead, stick to the basic guidelines of healthy eating...
Mindful eating simply means being fully aware of the food you are eating and eating for the right reasons, says Tanja Shaw.
One easy way to reduce the total amount of starches you consume in a day is to substitute in non-starchy veggies, says Tanja Shaw.
Despite your attraction to daily cardio, here are a few good reasons to shift your focus from cardio training to strength training.
Trying to lose weight, and become healthier? You’re probably familiar with diet saboteurs: people who try to derail you from your plan.
If you have a tight budget, grocery shopping is a challenge, especially if you are trying to eat healthy foods. But it doesn't have to be.
The lunge is one of the most common lower body strength exercises, and one that definitely deserves some attention.
This holiday, follow these tips to thrive during the holidays: to fully enjoy the holiday season.
Tanja Shaw offers tips on how you can have a more peaceful relationship with food.
The problem isn’t that you ‘fail’, the problem lies in the way you view slip-ups, says Tanja Shaw.
Your choice of words can impact your overall attitude and perspective on life, says Tanja Shaw
For lasting commitment for exercise, many people find it easier to link exercise to a purpose that is beyond themselves.
A gym can be an intimidating place, but it doesn't have to be, says Tanja Shaw.
You can actually reach an optimal fitness level in just 20-30 minutes of planned movement, a few times per week, says Tanja Shaw.