With all the temptations, the challenge to keep your diet on track can seem insurmountable, but with these ten tips, your skinny jeans will be thanking you come January 1st.
A large study from the American Cancer Society finds walking an hour a day could significantly reduce an older woman’s chances of getting breast cancer.
Follow Bethenny Frankel’s tips for packing light so that your luggage doesn’t slow you down on your next trip.
Are you looking for affordable fitness? Well look no further. There are plenty of way to stay fit and healthy without going broke. The options below offer plenty of fitness opportunities to fit Any budget. Whether you want an affordable gym membership, a fun group of people to run with, a yoga class, or something more upbeat, you are sure to find something to suit your interests.
Are your children in need of an exciting outdoor play area perfect for imaginative and adventurous play? Ridge Cabinet has the expertise, experience and advice you need. Children love to be outdoors, and with the warm weather finally here, they should be encouraged to play outside as often as possible. If you are thinking about building a new play area for your kids, now is the perfect time!
See what these Baltimore experts have to say about eating right for your workouts.
Cold weather can be the perfect excuse for kids to stay indoors and busy themselves with sedentary activities like television and video games. Enough of the excuses! It’s time to get our kids moving. Here are some easy tips for keeping children active during the colder months.
Running is not just for those in marathon condition. If you have a desire to lead a healthy and active lifestyle while making new friends along the way, then joining a running club might be for you. Check out these local groups and see what they have to offer. New members are always welcome at Baltimore’s best running clubs.
Forget fancy fitness fads. Your body is the only equipment you need.
Baltimore-based Under Armour recently launched its What’s Beautiful campaign, challenging women to redefine what it means to be a female athlete.
With a smooth, even stride, Robert McKenzie easily completed a 1 1/2-mile run on the track at North Hagerstown High School. But the 44-year-old Hagerstown police officer wasn’t running for fun. He was completing part of a physical fitness test that new officers have been required to take since 2006.
It’s the Ravens’ offseason, but one player remains engaged with fans. It’s all in the name of fitness.