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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

Jeanette Jenkins and Robin Meade improve their posture

How to get better posture to Live Better Now

Quick self-check: Are you slouching over your computer reading this? Maybe hunching over your phone? 

Good posture is a must to LIVE BETTER NOW-- and we have Jeanette Jenkins here to help! Jenkins is known as "The Hollywood Trainer" for a reason. Her clients include such celebs as P!nk, Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland and Tracee Ellis Ross! (For more on Jeanette, check out her website and follow her on Facebook and Twitter!)

Watch: The ONE exercise to Live Better Now

Watch: The ONE exercise to Live Better Now

Wouldn't it be great to just do one exercise and then be finished with your workout?

Well, we have good news.

Keri Glassman Robin Meade water

#LiveBetterNow by drinking 8 glasses of water a day

We have all heard that we should get eight glasses of water a day. 

Nutritionist Keri Glassman with Nutritious Life gives us yet another reason to reach this goal -- sharing that drinking water can help you lose weight faster and keep it off longer. Yes, drinking water actually even gooses our metabolic rate a bit! 

Jessica Smith Live Better Now

Walk your way to a better you!

This week's Live Better Now is all about walking -- which is perfect for Youtube fitness star Jessica Smith who has focused on walking for fitness with a series of videos and DVDs.

Walking is the perfect place to start exercising – it’s free, requires no equipment and you already know how to do it! Not only is it convenient and easy to stick with, research shows that walking can help you do everything from manage your weight, reduce your risk of breast cancer, heart disease and diabetes, to strengthen your bones and even improve your sleep quality.

Step up to the (ballet) barre!

Step up to the (ballet) barre!

One of the hottest trends in fitness right now is barre.

Barre borrows heavily from ballet, but also incorporate some yoga and Pilates moves into a challenging yet graceful workout. Fitness expert Jessica Smith, a former dancer and barre instructor, breaks it down:

wakeup workout

This wake-up workout only takes 5 minutes!

It's Week 3 of our Live Better Now Challenge -- and today we offer a morning workout routine you can do the moment you get up. 

The goal is to get your heart pumping, work all of your key muscles and stretch out that body so you can tackle the day. And it should only take you five minutes -- who doesn't have time for that?

Live Better Now Food Journaling 2.0

Let the world see what you eat!

We're in the second week of our Live better Now challenge -- and today we're talking about food journaling on social media. Nutritionist Keri Glassman with Nutritious Life shares how to do this new version of food journaling.

Imagine it! The world knowing everything that you eat -- every meal, snack and yes, even dessert. The pressure of the public could be just what you need to hold yourself accountable for your diet (or lack thereof).

Live Better Now Challnge start

Take the Live Better Now 8-Week Challenge!

It’s a new year, and it’s time to get busy!

Morning Express is kicking off the Live Better Now Challenge -- eight weeks that can change your life.

Diamond Dallas Page with Brian McFayden

Wrestling champ creates extreme yoga

Diamond Dallas Page is a former professional wrestler who is living a much different lifestyle outside the ring. Page has gone from throwing his opponents off the top ropes to teaching them yoga moves. It might seem like a strange career path at first, but Page says it was done out of necessity. 

"I'm a guy who wouldn't get caught dead doing yoga the first 42 years of my life," he says, "but I didn't start wrestling until I was 35, my career took off when I was 40 and then bang, I blew my back out so badly that I had three of the top back specialists in the world tell me that my career was over. I would try anything at that point and yoga is what it became."

Nutrtionist Keri Glassman explains which foods to avoid in order to beat bloat

Change what you eat to beat the bloat

Nutritionist Keri Glassman with Nutritios Life shares what changes you can make to your diet to get rid of the bloat.

Here are three food types that Keri says you might want to reconsider:

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