Date nights getting dull? Try dinner and some movement.
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.
Ayurveda, an Indian philosophy, matches personal body and energy types to diet strategies | Fit for Life
The Ayurvedic system focuses on 3 pillars of life — diet, sleep and the correct use of energy — and says your dosha type helps...
An energetic pet can motivate you to get outside, get moving — and get your priorities in order | Fit for Life
Nicole Tsong feels the pull of her puppy, Coco, and of the great outdoors.
You might have to overcome cold feet to try cold therapy.
Solo and from the sidelines, Nicole Tsong absorbs the basics — and the fun, social vibe.
From core-strengthening holds to foot-stretching rolls, here are some excellent exercises to try in front of the TV | Fit for Life WATCH
Nicole Tsong demonstrates her favorite ways to get moving outside of a structured class.
Prepare for headlocks, bear hugs and a whole lot of grappling for freedom with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu | Fit for Life
At Gracie Barra Seattle, you’ll quickly get accustomed to close quarters and complex escape techniques.
5 promising trails to explore while waiting for all-out spring.
By applying neuroscience to traditional physical therapy, you might be able to retrain your brain to feel better.
Tubing takes a lot of effort, even if you let the conveyor belt pull you up.
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