Published: March 06, 2011 @ 9:45 p.m.
Woman who loves cycling tries to extend her ride with a new type of seat.
Published: March 05, 2011 @ 10 p.m.
Finding time, inclination and oomph to exercise is tricky enough on its own. But even when all three are present, unforeseen glitches can gum up the works.
Published: March 02, 2011 @ 10:50 a.m.
JIM HILLIBISH:The word "energy" in eats and drinks boosts prices faster than you can run around the block. There's more than just marketing to this madness.
A good athletic drink or food is a balance of ingredients that rapidly metabolize into energy. Athletes are willing to pay dearly for this.
Published: Feb. 28, 2011 @ 8 p.m.
Physical exercise isn't just good for your heart and muscles. "Any kind of exercise will keep blood flowing to your brain, and there is evidence it may help new brain cells grow," says Gino Colombara, executive director of the Alzheimer's Association Southeastern Virginia Chapter.
Published: Feb. 27, 2011 @ 11 p.m.
DETROIT - Paul Mergentime didn't take many group fitness classes.
A spinning class, a step aerobics class or two; his physical fitness routine mostly consisted of running.
Published: Feb. 22, 2011 @ 11 p.m.
MOLLY SUHADOLNIK: Pushing yourself in workouts is beneficial to other areas of your life. Learning how to ignore your body's signals of pain teaches you lessons about work, family life and every day stress.
Published: Feb. 14, 2011 @ 11 p.m.
MOLLY SUHADOLNIK: I would like to share some more books I have come across that have made an impact on my life. These are all worth reading and I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.
Published: Feb. 13, 2011 @ 8 p.m.
Studies suggest that continuing to exercise throughout your middle-aged years and beyond is an effective way to promote life longevity free of chronic disease or disability.
Published: Feb. 08, 2011 @ 11 p.m.
MOLLY SUHADOLNIK: The definition of intensity as stated by Merriam Webster is, "extreme degree of strength, force, energy, or feeling : the magnitude of a quantity (as force or energy) per unit (as of area, charge, mass, or time)." When you look at it in this way, it starts to make sense in how it is applicable to fitness.
Published: Jan. 31, 2011 @ 11:51 a.m.
MOLLY SUHADOLNIK: Have you ever looked around and noticed the way people are standing or sitting? Typically, you will see a hunched upper back and a neck craned up jutted forward. Take a look at the shoulders as well. They are usually rotated internally and forward.