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Brianna Steinhilber

Brianna Steinhilber is an editor and writer on TODAY Health, Food, TMRW and NBC News BETTER.

Brianna Steinhilber is an editor and writer on TODAY Health, Food, TMRW and NBC News BETTER.

Latest from Brianna Steinhilber

What is '12-3-30'? The walking treadmill routine helped 1 woman lose 30 pounds

Social media personality Lauren Giraldo lost weight with her viral treadmill workout. A sports medicine doctor weighs in on how to try it safely.

When Al Roker doesn’t feel like walking, he asks himself this 1 question

Need workout motivation? On days when Al Roker doesn't feel like walking, he asks himself this one question to get moving.

Al Roker hits a 200-day walking streak! Here are his best tips for making it a habit

Roker has walked 10,000 steps a day for more than 200 days straight. Here are his best tips for making a walking workout a habit.

15 ab exercises to tone and strengthen your core at home

The best exercises to target your core and spice up your workout routine.

From sunburn to bug bites: 5 natural home remedies for summer ailments

Natural home remedies and relief for summer pains including sunburn, bug bites, jellyfish stings and poison ivy rash.

The ‘internal shower’ drink promises to cure constipation and bloating. Does it work?

The Internal Shower Drink is the latest viral health trend on TikTok. Can chia seeds, lemon and water cure constipation and bloating? Dietitians weigh in.

Is your walking routine working? Keep an eye out for these non-scale victories

There are non-scale-victories that show your walking routine is working. Al Roker increased his walking speed in 3 weeks. Here are other health benefits of walking to look for.

Why cross training is important for walkers — and 6 exercises to try at home

Cross training for walkers includes strength exercises like lunges, rows, tricep dips and pushups to build strength and improve posture and balance.

4 stretches to do before and after your walk

Stretching is an important part of a walking routine. Learn the difference between dynamic and static stretching and get 4 stretches to warmup and cool down after a walk.

Shortness of breath, jaw pain, fatigue: 3 common symptoms that women shouldn’t ignore

Shortness of breath, jaw pain, and fatigue are common symptoms that can signal an underlying medical condition. Dr. Natalie Azar tells us when to see a doctor.

Boost your energy and improve circulation with this 5-minute workout

When most of us think of exercise we think of a solid 30-minute walk or a strength-training routine.