Even if you’re huffing and puffing through your morning run, you might not be working out as hard as you think.
With 2013 here, people are working on their resolutions. A popular one is getting in shape.
Forget fancy fitness fads. Your body is the only equipment you need.
If you think it feels good when you blow off some stress with a hard workout, slip into 15-year-old Jake Eisenstat’s skin for a while. With a diagnosis of severe attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder and executive dysfunction, the Potomac teen has so much trouble focusing that his parents school him at home. His stamina is poor, and the development of his spatial awareness is delayed.
I don’t care how high the guy can jump or how fast he runs in no pads, or how he does in one on ones against a guy who might not play in the NFL.
Michele Sheiko’s efforts to get healthy began last year, when she considered going on television’s “The Biggest Loser” to share her weight loss journey with others.
Walking into the Velovoom workout studio feels a little like walking into a dance club — the lighting is low, the music is pounding and people are moving with it.