This Marysville mom recently finished second in a Women’s Toughest Mudder competition, against 450 athletes.
Nicole Tsong, who loves movement in all forms, is a yoga teacher and a writer. She teaches yoga at studios around Seattle and has written her column Fit for Life in Pacific NW magazine since 2012. Read her blog at papercraneyoga.com.
Kickball’s combination of fun and fitness has longtime appeal for local team captains | Fit for Life
Adult coed leagues bring together players of all levels for energetic, but not intense, competition.
Moving days: Here are tips from the experts on staying in shape without going to the gym. | PNW Magazine
Simple suggestions for ways to move more, and better.
Shift away from exercise into a world of movement, and move while getting the rest of your life done | PNW Magazine WATCH
The Movement Movement: ‘Functional fitness’ is not exercise, but it is healthy and, these experts say, essential.
Cascade Bicycle Club’s free group outings ensure there’s no reason you can’t ride along | Fit for Life
Stow the excuses, saddle up and let your leader guide your ride.
Whirling and twirling around the dance floor will leave you breathless at this fun class.
Looking for fun, fitness and accountability? Find a recreational soccer league of your own | Fit for Life
Adult soccer leagues offer options for players of all skill levels.
These high-stamina women pool their considerable efforts to keep a beach ball aloft.
Super-focused students work on mobility and strength in classes designed for those 50 and older.
Seattle Times food pros taste-test a variety of prepackaged smoothies, judging taste, texture and nutrition.