Published August 3, 2015
Eating for safe weight gain, plus the benefits of pool workouts and how to split your saut de chat more »

Want to keep your appetite in check? Start running. Even though exercise often makes us hungrier, certain types of workouts appear to increase hormones that cue us stop eating once our bodies have enough fuel. A study done at the University of Wyoming last year found that after walking, women overate, consuming more calories than they had burned.

Published December 16, 2009
Check out what these four dancers ate in a day, then read what a nutritionist says about their day’s diet. Samuel Pott, Rachel Holmesmore »
Published November 24, 2009
Pointe spoke with Roberta Anding, sports dietitian for Houston Ballet, about the biggest nutrition mistakes dancers don’t realize they’re making.1. Being afraid of foods that are filling or cause temporary bloating. Nutrient-dense, moderate-calorie foods, such as broth-based soups, fruits, veget…more »
Published November 24, 2009
Gobble down your Thanksgiving feast guilt-free this year. Researchers from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, recently found that women who performed moderate-intensity cardio exercise before overeating actually increased their metabolism. Instead of turning into love handles, the calories were …more »
Published November 23, 2009
Suzanne Farrell Ballet dancer Amy Brandt gives advice on picking up choreography, dealing with weight issues and preventing bunions.more »