Every Monday, the WCCO Morning Show helps you kick off your work week on a healthful note. For this week’s Get Movin’ Monday, we want you to shun those numbers on the scale. Chris Clark of Tiger Athletics says it’s more important to track your body composition, and not put so much stock into how much you weigh.
Looking to lose weight this year? Katie Haggerty of Lifetime Fitness talks with Dave. Click the link to listen!
If someone told you that you could lose more than 100 pounds or have $10,000, what would you choose? A local Eagan woman may be hours away from getting both. Christine or “CC” Hodges lost 117 pounds in a year and a half. A majority of that weight’s come off in recent months.
Andre Hollins saw Mo Walker this spring before leaving for Italy on a study abroad program, and Minnesota’s standout point guard noticed a change in his big teammate’s physique. Walker had lost about 15 pounds. One month later, upon Hollins’ return to campus in mid-June, the junior-to-be could hardly believe his eyes. The 6-foot-10 Walker has shed about 45 pounds.
One-third of all kids and teenagers are considered overweight or obese. Yet we hardly ever hear about kids who’ve lost a lot of weight. Frozen dinners aren’t what most 15-year-olds eat. But Nate St. Martin isn’t like most teenagers.
There’s a new study out there this morning outlining the four healthiest habits you can have. Researchers at Johns Hopkins said the healthiest people exercise regularly, eat a Mediterranean-style diet, maintain a normal weight and don’t smoke.
Most of us go through the battle of the bulge at one point or another. Stepping on and off the scale, many worry about what that number staring back will be.
TV can be a superficial business.
We’ve heard of the dreaded “Freshman 15″ — the 15 pounds first-year college students are said to gain when they go off to school.
A new survey says what we do for a living may actually have something to do with our weight.
Researchers believe they’ve found a link between how mothers interact with their toddlers and the toddler’s weight later in life.
The state has checked the luggage scales at Wisconsin airports and the bags are likely being weighed properly.
Two former Hooters waitresses have the opportunity to continue their weight discrimination case against the company after a judge dropped a motion to dismiss the cases. Dr. Karen Gail Lewis joins the program to talk […]