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  • Lower Cholesterol With Diet Changes: Simple Steps

    High blood cholesterol is a serious condition that increases the risk for heart disease, which is the number one killer of Americans in both men and women. While there are some risk factors that we unfortunately cannot change, such as heredity and age...

  • Is Jogging in Place Beneficial?

    The at-the-gym grind is sometimes difficult to keep up with during poor winter weather, but icy roads and snow-filled driveways shouldn't deter you from your daily cardio fix. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, the average adult needs...

  • Unsaturated Fats & Your Body Chemistry

    Fats are more than just a power source for your body. Fats are essential nutrients built of about 16 different fatty acids. Fatty acids contain oxygen, hydrogen and carbon. The fats we consume in our diets are broken down by our bodies into glycerol...

  • How Women's Fitness Differs From Men's

    Women can be just as fit as men, but that level of "fitness" will never quite be the same. Women's bodies are different from men's. Not only do men and women have different levels of hormones, but the amount of fat and muscle in their bodies is very...

  • Calories Burned Sprinting vs Jogging: The Surprising Truth

    Did you know that sprint training is probably one of the most effective ways to burn both calories and fat? Jogging has always been the go-to fat burning exercise, but it turns out that picking up the pace is the smart way to go! Calories Burned Jogging...

  • The Best Protein Foods For Building Muscle

    Getting plenty of protein in your diet is key when you're trying to build muscle mass. Your total dietary protein and calorie intakes are most important for effective muscle gains. However, some proteins help build muscle more efficiently than others...

  • Understanding Monounsaturated Fat and Your Diet

    The different types of dietary fats can be confusing, but monounsaturated fat has generally escaped the past negative connotation associated with other types of fat such as saturated or even omega-6 polyunsaturated fats. So why is monounsaturated considered...

  • How to Calculate Your Serum Cholesterol Level

    Knowing your serum/blood cholesterol level is a must if you want to find out if you're at risk for heart disease and stroke. It also helps you determine whether or not you need to make lifestyle changes or take cholesterol-lowering medications. The American...

  • The Effects of Strength Training Exercise And Dieting

    If fat loss and muscle definition are your goals, performing strength training exercises regularly is often an effective strategy. However, lifting weights on a regular basis isn't a guarantee you'll burn body fat or lose weight. Combine resistance training...

  • Calories Burned for Yoga: Is it Enough for Weight Loss?

    While you can definitely shed pounds doing yoga regularly, adding yoga to your workout routine isn't a guarantee you'll lose weight. Whether or not you lose weight doing yoga depends on your total daily caloric expenditure and the number of calories...

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