Get out and enjoy Colorado’s beautiful weather all over Denver with a game of pick-up basketball. These games are a great way to exercise, meet new people and relieve everyday stress. Denver is one of the most physically active cities in the U.S. and parks are plentiful, but getting a game together can be a huge pain. Hop in on the games featured at these fun area venues right next door for heart-pumping action any time.
2012 Fight For Air Climb Sunday, February 26, 2012 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Fighting for air is a daily struggle for some and to commemorate this feat, the American Lung Association hosts the annual […]
If you’re trying to lose weight, and incorporate exercise into your life, http://www.myfitnesspal.com is a free, online option. It’s also an app on smart phones.
Can running down the street increase your risk of a heart attack? How about having sex? Dr Dave Hnida looks at a new study that looks at intense activity and your heart.
A survey of Colorado adults shows about seven out of 10 say they exercise at least three days a week.
Subzero temperatures and dangerous wind chill have kept many avid runners and walkers inside this week. The elements are too severe for many exercisers.
Walkable communities are gaining popularity around the state. LiveWell Colorado is releasing a blueprint of recommendations to make cities pedestrian friendly.
The key to lifelong fitness is finding a form of exercise that you like. One class at the Buck Recreation Center in Littleton is offering more than just a physical workout.
Colorado Health Foundation grants hundreds of thousands of dollars every year to projects that promote healthy living. Now the Foundation has turned an eye on itself, creating a unique healthy workplace for its own employees.
In the fitness room at Club USA in Littleton, the music is pumping and the room is packed with exercisers of all shapes and sizes. Their toes are tapping and hips swinging to a Latin beat.