Chris Freytag

Chris Freytag
Chris Freytag has dedicated her adult life to motivating people to lead healthier lives. A contributing editor to Prevention magazine, she's also written two books, Shortcuts to Big Weight Loss, and her latest, 2-Week Total Body Turnaround. She also has appeared on NBC's Today show and MSNBC's Weekend Update.

Spring Clean Your Health

By Chris Freytag | April 9, 2013

Just like the first of the year, a blank page in your journal or day pl

Make a Commitment for Commitment Day

By Chris Freytag | December 27, 2012

Entrepreneurs are wired to be committed. If you don’t do the work, you might not have a business—or

Freytag: My Five Favorite Fitness Apps

By Chris Freytag | October 1, 2012

Managing your time effectively is essential to being productive. Too often, one of the first things

How to Develop Success Habits

By Chris Freytag | July 20, 2012

If you want success as an entrepreneur or success in trimming your waistline, the strategies are the

Exercise and Happiness: Finding Flow

By Chris Freytag | July 3, 2012

Do you ever go out jogging and feel completely in a groove? You are in a zone and feel like you co

7 Ways to Have Kid-Like Energy

By Chris Freytag | May 31, 2012

Remember when you were a kid and your energy was boundless? Days seemed long and you could run aroun

How to Eat Just One Chocolate Bunny Ear

By Chris Freytag | April 6, 2012

With the bright colors of spring come the allure of bright Easter candy—and the chief temptation of

The Compound Effect and A Healthy Life

By Chris Freytag | October 12, 2011

“People are either motivated by something they want, or something they don’t want.” – Darren Hardy Profound success is the result of small, smart choices completed consistently over time—and it applies to every area of your life, whether it’s your work, relationships, finances or your health. That’s the theory behind The Compound Effect, a book…

Behind the Scenes on The Today Show

By Chris Freytag | June 24, 2011

Life moves fast when you are busy. Each new day is an opportunity. When you are on TV, your opportunity may come in the form of three-minute segments. For the first day of summer, I was on To help set the scene, The Today Show has multiple studios in its stacked, vertical offices. Kathie Lee…

Freytag: “Help Me Help You”

By Chris Freytag | June 1, 2010