It's easy to get overwhelmed when trying to embrace a more healthful lifestyle. What new diet book should you buy? Should you join a CrossFit gym? Do you need a tracker, and if so, which one? And — gulp! — how much is this all going to cost? It's enough to make you plop back down on...
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The future of health looks a lot like the fitness tracker you might already wear on your wrist or your waistband.
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When you're looking for a core workout, you probably don't think about the pool. But John Platero, director of education for the National Council for Certified Personal Trainers, says this three-move pool circuit is a great way to pay some attention to your six-pack.