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Stand Up Paddling

The fastest-growing sport across the nation, this “exercise in disguise” is a low-impact, full-body workout that also relieves stress.

Barefootin’

The latest research suggests that barefoot running, when approached slowly and sensibly, may allow individuals to reach new goals.

Swing Into Community Tennis

For beginners or those who haven’t played for several years, doubles tennis offers a less physically demanding way to experience the sport’s social and fitness benefits.

Exercise Detox

Try these suggestions to rev up your metabolism, burn calories, build muscle and clean out your system.

Sierra Bender’s Holistic Boot Camp

Working from a mind-body-spirit perspective, the international fitness guru helps women understand wellness as a whole-self process that empowers them to lead truly integrated lives.

Hoop It Up for Health

When Betty Shurin, aka “Betty Hoops,” picked up a hula hoop 10 years ago, she didn’t know that one day she’d take home a Guinness World Record. But in 2005, Shurin set the pace for the world of hula racing, running 10-kilometers with her bright red hoop continually spinning around her waist...

Bike to Work

People might start commuting by bicycle to improve their fitness, save money or support sustainability, but they continue because it’s fun.

Kayaking for Health

For years, much media coverage of kayaking has characterized it as a young person’s adrenaline sport. Lately, the focus has changed to encompass a wider audience by spreading the word on sea kayaking, day-touring and recreational paddling.

Shall We Dance?

From the mambo’s sultry hip shimmies to the foxtrot’s long, sweeping steps, ballroom dancing has captured today’s fitness spotlight as a shining venue for shaping up, improving cardiovascular health and losing weight.

Nia: Cardio and Consciousness

Looking for a cardio workout that engages both mind and body with a side order of consciousness? The Nia Technique may be just the ticket.