Blissful moments in nature can be found just minutes away from home, if we know where to look.
Pesticide, plastic phthalate, heavy metal and BPA chemicals efficiently exit our body when we perspire during a workout, sauna or sunny walk.
Two fresh new faces on tennis courts these days are pickleball, a fun mixture of tennis, squash and table tennis, and cardio tennis, honing skills amid high-intensity aerobic action.
Effective self-defense comes when we move mindfully through environments and know how to safely redirect an opponent’s energy.
Spring is a fine time to lace up our running shoes and head for the road or trail; maybe even start training for a community race.
Gyrotonic exercise, the latest trend in fitness studios, uses special equipment to enable smooth, circular motions that make the body more fluid and supple.
The human body is designed to wear well at least through age 70, and with the right exercise, diet and activities, we can push that number higher.
Kettlebells are coming of age, delivering a speeded-up, full-body workout that burns as many calories as a six-minute mile.
Guidance from a personal trainer, clear goals and an ability to forgive our own slip-ups are key to staying on track with an exercise program.
As Pilates expands its reach and creative potential, it goes beyond improving people’s posture to enhance coordination and self-confidence and reduce stress.