We all have our favorite excuses for skipping the gym, but you can save your breath. Now there is a new “no excuses” workout.
Dancers are known for being long, lean and agile. But instead of slipping into pointe shoes and a tutu to get that shape, celebrities are reportedly turning to the Gyrotonic Expansion System to get those physical attributes.
Keeping kids active during cold months can be a challenge. Check out these five tips from local fitness professionals.
Two weeks ago, the Miss America organization crowned their new queen, Mallory Hagan. Since then, we’ve learned she is devoted to the new fitness program CrossFit.
The flu remains a serious health concern, but the rate of new infections is slowing.
It’s time to kick start those New Year’s resolutions to live healthier. Many of us out there start strong, but then our fitness plan goes out the window after a couple months or even just a few days.
It’s really easy to find excuses not to work out — your job, the kids, your spouse, grocery shopping. Koko Fit Club promises fitness without having to turn your life around.
You’ve probably heard of regular yoga and hot yoga, but have you heard of the yoga designed just for expecting mothers?
Spring and summer sports are now long gone for kids. One of the toughest things about winters is keeping kids active, especially in cold weather.
We know working out is important, but what happens when you hit a plateau and don’t feel or see results anymore? Our bodies are experts at adapting to what we subject them to.
Maintaining an exercise regimen year-round is an important consideration for many, yet doing so during the winter months can be a challenge. If exercising out in the brutal cold isn’t for you, check out the best indoor tracks Minnesota has to offer running enthusiasts.
Ever have one of those days you just want to punch a pillow? There’s a new gym letting you do that, and you can even step into the boxing ring. GymJab in Minnetonka lets you get out some aggression while burning fat and calories.
There’s a new gym in town that has people begging to go. The twist is that it’s very age-specific. That’s right, St. Louis Park is home to a new gym completely dedicated to children.
Getting the recommended six to eight hours of sleep each night can be a challenge. But if you do, you’re likely to be slimmer, healthier and less stressed. That’s according to the National Sleep Foundation.
You know those martial arts films where you see the sword fighting? Well, not only is it action-packed, but it’s also a great workout. The sport of Haidong Gumdo is entertaining to watch, but also takes extreme concentration.
It may not be true that it’s better to look good than it is to feel good, but fitness gear is closing the gap anyway, becoming more flattering and more functional.
On average, people sit for 10 hours each day, more than most people sleep in a night! That’s why a St. Paul man created an app to get people up and at ’em.
You know when you have a tight muscle in your neck or maybe a sore back? There’s evidence that muscle is tightening up because it’s protecting another muscle.
Don’t be surprised if you find someone asking you to downward dog in the elevators this Tuesday morning.
Perhaps summer is the reason you have your midsection on your mind, or maybe you just want to exercise that area more.
If you’re looking for unique new ways to stay fit, aerial yoga might be something to check out. It certainly gives new meaning to the phrase “hanging out.”
The first Wednesday of June is National Running Day. If you’re using this opportunity to start a new running routine and just got a new pair of shoes for the effort, here are some tips on how to break those shoes in.
When it comes to foods, not all of them are created equal. That’s true even with healthy foods. There are a few that stand out above the rest when it comes to getting or staying in shape.
Originated in Russia, kettle bells were used to train soldiers in the fields. In 2000, the exercise came over to United States and took off.
CBS News business reporter Rebecca Jarvis joined John Hines on the WCCO Morning News