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.
Intense enough to train police academies and military special operations units yet varied and accessible enough for motivated retirees, high school athletes and new moms, CrossFit workouts can work for everyone.
Target Corp. has a new building for employees. Target Plaza Commons is a center to help create dynamic and flexible meeting spaces, and provide wellness activities for Target workers.
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.
People have been working out and dieting as long as we can remember. And they’re still looking for ways to do it better. So it’s no wonder that health clubs and app developers keep coming up with new ideas.
Train for the worst, hope for the best. That’s what Krav Maga is about.The mission of Krav Maga is to teach defense in the hopes that you’ll never have to use it.
There’s a new machine popping up in gyms across the Twin Cities that’s doing the workout for you. Sounds like a dream come true, right? Well, there’s a little more to it than that.
There’s a new barre in town and it seems like everyone is lining up to get served. Except at this barre, it’s not the drinks that will make your legs a bit wobbly.
January is Family Fit Lifestyle month — a time where families are encouraged to have a healthy start to the New Year.
When you start a new workout routine it’s much more helpful to achieve your goals if you can see your progress. That way you know if your endurance is increasing, if you’re losing or gaining weight, and if you’re getting stronger.
Many people are making the effort to exercise in 2012. Gyms see a 25 percent spike in memberships this time of year. But more than half of us who resolve to bust our butts in the new year start sitting on them after just a few months.
Gym memberships cost a lot of money, but you don’t need to belong to a club to get in shape. For fifty bucks, you can buy a couple dumbbells, resistance bands and a weighted medicine ball.
Are headsets making you fat? The annual dropout rate at U.S. health clubs is soaring toward 50 percent, which has triggered a war over the hearts, minds and flabby thighs of Minnesotans.
World traveler Dan Buettner visited the WCCO Radio studio this morning to tell Dave Lee about his newest work on finding happiness. National Geographic writer Ford Cochran has recently reviewed the book titled “Thrive”. http://blogs.nationalgeographic.com/blogs/news/chiefeditor/2010/11/dan-buettner-shares-secrets-of.htl
How can we keep our minds and bodies fit during the Summer? Ted Johnson from Performance Athletix is in studio to talk fitness, and he gives examples of what to do from elite athletes.