Winter can have kids itching for activities and sometimes those activities are lacking “active” in them. We spoke with Bridget Wagoner, a Fitness Trainer at Functional Conditioning, about tips for keeping kids active during the winter months.
These top indoor tracks will keep runners fit during the cooler Colorado months.
Yoga and Pilates are fun ways to get fit without pounding your joints. Whether you want to work out in a class or at your home, check these places out for yoga and Pilates gear.
You’ve heard smoking and obesity are tickets to a shorter lifespan. How about your chair? Dr. Dave Hnida looks at a new study that shows how sitting takes years off of your life … and what you can do about it.
Save some money over time and build a home gym. It’s an easy way to get in shape and stay in shape.
Summer is just around the corner and it’s time to get in shape for hiking and exploring the great Rocky Mountains. Indoor cycling, or spinning, offers high-endurance classes are the perfect class for cycling enthusiasts or anyone who needs to get in better shape. With classes for every skill level and budget, all you need is a membership, or at least a day pass, for a great workout at the five best places to spin in Denver.
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.