Shoreline’s Katrina Young monitors her diet carefully to make sure she achieves emotional and physical balance plus mental clarity. She needs to build muscle but...
Fit For Life
Writer Nicole Tsong finds a new way to sweat every week, offering tips and opinions on exercise classes, techniques, trends and more.
Learning can be intimidating for a beginner, but it’s a fun way to work out, once you get the hang of it.
Writing down your meals, snacks and daily stressors helps clarify your true habits, and set healthy, reachable goals.
Spinning in a Cyr wheel at Emerald City Trapeze Arts is a great workout. But there will be falls.
Working out on a mini-trampoline is known as rebounding, and it will get your heart rate up if you’re willing to stay with it.
The Sexy Sculpt class strengthens and conditions, even if you’re not quite up for the dancing part — yet.
You’ll need a lot of gear — and a lot of breath — for this intense workout.
If you invest some effort in ski conditioning, your legs will thank you the first time you’re zooming downhill this winter.
Planning on stuffing yourself at Thanksgiving? Try some kimchi or sauerkraut on Friday. | Fit for Life
Fermented foods, like kimchi or sauerkraut, are a good way to follow a Thanksgiving feast.
Ballet might not be as sweaty as some workouts, but it’s a great way to build strength and challenge your body awareness.
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