Fitness & Exercise

Water sports can provide a multi-dimensional range of movement that activates different muscle groups while alleviating pressure on the joints.

It’s winter—everyone into the pool! The latest trend in fitness might sound familiar: It’s water…More

Mambo salsa fills the air: all staccato drums, soaring horns, and maracas. Women with sweat-slicked hair shimmy to the beat, movement that’s ecstatically exaggerated by the chatter of coins on their belly-dance skirts. And the leader of this high-energy Zumba Gold dance class? It’s Penny Fuller, 75.

Mambo salsa fills the air: all staccato drums, soaring horns, and maracas. Women with sweat-slicked…More

Prioritizing building bone strength and maintaining good balance will help you avoid fractures and keep you moving strong well into old age.

If you’re 50 or older, you have a high chance of breaking a bone. Ten…More

The Chinese art of tai chi is a natural choice for older adults: Studies have shown it improves balance, including in adults with neurological disorders.

Across the Pacific Northwest, people are enjoying themselves by swinging swords, rolling across mats, and…More

The fitness fundamentals I use every day arere neither new nor exciting, but were laid out over 60 years ago by the godfather of fitness, Jack LaLanne.

The fitness industry is ever-changing with new fitness equipment, techniques, and trends.  As a personal…More

Physical activity is a simple and productive means to keep your heart healthy.

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of Americans; approximately one in every four deaths…More

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