Weight loss specialist and fitness expert Lisa Lynn says it doens’t take months of training to drop ten pounds – it just takes a little know-how.
Denise Austin has been helping America stay healthy for more than 25 years. But the fitness legend admits it’s tough to keep the weight off as you get older — even for her.
Is it possible to look and feel better in two weeks? That was the challenge we gave to two of our viewers before we teamed them up with two of our fitness experts.
Lisa Lampenelli, comedy’s lovable Queen of Mean, is performing at the legendary venue on Wednesday. She visited The Couch to fill us in on everything from her career, to her dramatic weight loss — and her thoughts on Lance Armstrong.
Alligator, panther, gorilla and ostrich — no, we’re not talking about a trip to the Bronx Zoo. The fiesty creatures are a part of a new workout series at the Reebok Sports Club on the Upper West Side.
Some of the supposedly “healthy” foods we eat may not be so good for us, after all.
Abby Ellin, editor-at-large for fitsmi.com and author of the book Teenage Waistland, joined us to discuss the issue of teenage obesity and offered eight tips for families to fight the battle together.
Getting to the gym regularly is only part of the battle. A new diet trend says that time plays a major role in shedding unwanted weight.
New Jersey residents are being offered an incentive to lose weight.
Are you tired of eating tons of food and having to live with your choices? Had enough with dangerous calorie absorption and that boring old digestive system?
Dietitian Sharon Richter visited The Couch to tell us about the popular methods out there — and the pros and cons of “detox” diets.
Dr. Ramani Durvasula is the author of “You Are Why You Eat,” and she visited The Couch to shed some insight into why we may be stuck in a rut when it comes to weight loss.
Bianca Jade, founder of MizzFit.com and a fitness trend expert, hit The Couch with some of her favorite gift ideas for fitness fanatics.
Fitness expert Nikki Glor hit The Couch on Tuesday with tips on how to stick to your workout while traveling.
Just like your body needs sleep to function, your fat cells need sleep too. Turns out, sleepy fat cells are bad for health, TV 10-55’s Katie McGee reports.