Before plunging into winter sports, we can prepare the body ahead of time by toning up major muscle groups.
Families with children as young as 5 easily bond when they mindfully run together at a fun pace.
Blissful moments in nature can be found just minutes away from home, if we know where to look.
Two fresh new faces on tennis courts these days are pickleball, a fun mixture of tennis, squash and table tennis, and cardio tennis, honing skills amid high-intensity aerobic action.
More golfers are turning to meditation, breathing and visualization to keep their minds focused and free of distraction.
Swimming in open water is a summer delight—provided we take care to avoid lightning, rip currents, careless boaters and other killjoys.
It’s hard to enjoy the water when it’s littered with plastic trash and other flotsam—which is why sports lovers across the country are rallying to collect floating and submerged debris.
Of course, we love our families—but sometimes during the intense intimacy holidays bring we need to a way to jog or exercise the stress away.
Mimicking four-legged creatures like bears and leopards builds stronger, leaner and more agile bodies.
From softball and tennis to disc golf and yoga, exercising together creates strong muscles, warm memories and closer family bonds.