Staying healthy and fit takes willpower – but online you’ll find inspiration from a community of other people exercising along with you, and lots of great blog resources. At VitalJuice, sign up for a free daily e-mail or check out online content, including reviews of products like the post-gym “shower in a bottle,” and fitness books (zumba, anyone?) Take This Class is a social network for sharing info about and reviews of gym classes nationwide (so you can find out where to take a live zumba class); plus, there are useful interviews with celebrity trainers. That’s Fit provides tons of Fit at Home DVD reviews. At FitSugar, keep your mind as well as your body in shape when you take interactive quizzes like “How Well Do You Know Your Arms” (name that muscle) and “identify the produce.” Glamour’s Vitamin G polls readers with a health question of the day (share your spa experience from hell).
Daily Spark has tons of fun workout playlist ideas, like “15 Halloween Workout Songs to Burn Off Candy Calories” and “40 Upbeat Songs to Make Your Workout Fly By.” FitCeleb shares celebrity workout secrets, while Skinny Vs. Curvy has an ongoing celebrity weights and measurements feature–awful, we know, but just try not to click through…Running Shoes Guru tests (duh) shoes, as well as cool gear like this GPS watch that also tracks your heart rate. Fit Bottomed Girls also reviews upcoming products, like Febreze Sport. Ask Coach Jenny your running questions. Check GoodFoodNearYou for healthy choices and nutrition information at restaurants near your zip code. And Nutrition Data Blog both de-geekifies findings from recent health studies and has a Nutrient Search feature where you can find foods that are, for example, high in fiber and low in sugar. If all this isn’t enough, take heart: NewTeeVee reports that you’ll soon be able to Tweet from your treadmill.