Super Bowl Special: Healthy Snacks, Pro Workouts, And So Much More has your entire weekend covered with healthy recipes, in-game tips, pro workouts, and the complete NFL Combine Trainer. Touchdown.

The Super Bowl is the largest television event in the United States every year. In 2011, more than 111,000,000 televisions tuned in to watch the Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25. The NFL is clearly an attention grabber: according to the Nielsen Ratings, 9-of-10 most-viewed programs in 2011 were NFL-related. Only the Academy Awards broke the NFL's tight grip.

Hardcore fanatics and mild-hearted football fans gathered in homes, viewing sites and bars across America. They ate, drank and were mostly merry (perhaps with some sour visages in Steel City). In 2012, we have another stellar matchup in the NFL's ultimate game. The New England Patriots face the New York Giants in a rematch of Super Bowl XLII (2007), perhaps the most exciting championship game in league history. has your entire weekend covered with everything from healthy recipes to in-game tips to NFL workouts to the complete NFL Combine Trainer. Feeling the NFL Fever? We've got you cured.