Latest Wellness Stories

For You: The Moms Of Amazfit

We’re always inspired by our Amazfit family, especially the moms who show us every day what takes to raise another human being. Here are just a handful of their stories and lessons.

Linda Cheng
by Linda Cheng on Apr 27, 2017

Warrior Women Round-Up

Strength and self-care go hand-in-hand. As women (and especially as mothers) we often struggle with giving ourselves permission for self-care. Yet, it's an integral part of self-worth and happiness to devote time and energy to personal health and fitness. In light of International Women's Day, we asked seven amazing women for their self-care tips and definition of a "strong woman." Here's what they said:

Linda Cheng
by Linda Cheng on Mar 07, 2017

Gurus Advise: Be Your Best

We've reached the end of our #BestSelf series, and leave you with one final question: what difference does wellness make in your everyday life?

Amazfit Team
by Amazfit Team on Feb 27, 2017

Feel Your Best: the Happiness Formula

We spend a lot of time and money on physical strength - the health club industry alone makes over $81 billion a year. There’s much less focus on mental strength, despite it being the driving factor in achieving physical goals. You can't reach your fullest potential without setting the stage for success. Here's what you can do to build a strong mind and emotional backbone.

Linda Cheng
by Linda Cheng on Feb 03, 2017

Gurus Advise: Feel Your Best

Feeling good doesn't always come naturally. When life gets you down, it isn't always easy to bounce back up. Like staying in shape, emotional wellness is a muscle that needs to be worked on. Here's what our panel of lifestyle bloggers, pro trainers, and wellness gurus do to cultivate happiness.

Linda Cheng
by Linda Cheng on Jan 30, 2017

6 Tips For Better Work-Life Balance

These days, work-life balance can seem like an impossible feat. Technology makes workers accessible around the clock. Fears of job loss incentivize longer hours. In fact, a whopping 94% of working professionals reported working more than 50 hours per week and nearly half said they worked more than 65 hours per week in a Harvard Business School survey. Experts agree: the compounding stress from the never-ending workday is damaging. It can hurt relationships, health and overall happiness.

Deborah Lee
by Deborah Lee on Jan 25, 2017

Gurus Advise: Work Your Best

All work, no play: nothing will burn you out faster. In the bustle of our daily duties, it can be a challenge to prioritize time for self-care. To help us tackle the dilemma of work-life balance, we got advice from some of the busiest people we know. Among these multitasking pros are entrepreneurs, business owners, creative directors, bloggers with day and night jobs, trainers, and any combo of the above. Find out how they can have it all - and keep their sanity!

Linda Cheng
by Linda Cheng on Jan 23, 2017

Gurus Advise: Eat Your Best

Whether you live to eat or eat to live, there's no doubt that healthy food and a healthy life are closely tied. You are what you eat, so let's make it good! Our favorite food, lifestyle, and fitness bloggers teach us what "Eat Your Best" means to them. What does "good food" look like for you?

Linda Cheng
by Linda Cheng on Jan 17, 2017

Move Your Best: Measure Your Beat

Not getting the results you want from your workouts? Chances are, you’re working the wrong metabolic energy system in your body. Each type of fitness goal (weight loss, cardiovascular, toning, etc) requires efficient use of the body’s three energy systems. The best and easiest way to know which system you’re working is by monitoring your heart rate.

Joe Rosenthal
by Joe Rosenthal on Jan 12, 2017
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