Boot camps, yoga, jogging groups– people love working out in Colorado’s city parks, but now workout groups might have to pay to break a sweat in a park.
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Denver residents are blessed to live in a place where they can enjoy being outdoors at least some part of all 12 months of the year. One of the top 10 healthiest places to live, Colorado offers a plethora of opportunities for you to get fit, have fun and soak up a little sun all at the same time
I like yoga, but it’s not supposed to be competitive. Now they are trying to make it an Olympic sport.
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Set among some of Colorado’s most beautiful vistas are its many welcoming and peaceful retreats, places to replenish and revive one’s emotional, mental, and spiritual health.
The Pitkin County Jail is planning to offer a yoga program to its inmates.
Though Yoga has been around for thousands of years throughout Asia, the U.S. adopted it within the past century as if it has been our own. Whether it came along with Eastern traditions such as acupuncture and martial arts, or perhaps influenced by famed Beatle George Harrison haling Hare Krishna with the Maharishi, it’s here to stay.
Fitting exercise into a busy schedule can be a challenge, especially for those who like one kind of exercise but know they need more of another — like yoga instead of weight lifting. One trainer is keeping Colorado fit by combining classes at Mountain Fitness Training Center.