Health/Fitness :: Fitness
In cities and towns across the country, there are tons of opportunities to join walking groups, soccer teams, baseball teams, cross fit clubs, and dance schools. If you have friends with like minds, you can form your own group.
Millions of Americans spend the day parked behind a desk. Treadmill desks are catching on around the workplace. Alexis Christoforous reports.
Instead of candy, a North Dakota woman says she will hand out letters outlining the dangers of obesity to children she believes are overweight. Many locals are wondering what kind of impact the letter could have on kids. KXJB-TV’s Mellaney Moore reports.
Crash diets have been a part of our culture for decades. Everyone knows about crash diets and everyone has tried it, at least once. People want to lose a few pounds so they will look great for a specific occasion, maybe a reunion or a photo shoot.
A growing number of Americans are standing, walking and even cycling their way through the workday at treadmill desks, standup desks or other moving workstations.
It is rarely an easy task to become an efficient swimmer later in life. Read on for seven quick tips to improve your swimming abilities.
Expect the Unexpected! at the 2014 Gay Games 9 in Cleveland + Akron. Plus EDGE readers get a $30 registration discount starting today and running through the month of September. Read on to learn more about Gay Games 9 and using the registration code.
Davey Wavey’s evolution from peeping tom to entrepreneur.
CBS News Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jon Lapook gives advice for staying cool in a heat wave and the warning signs associated with dehydration.
The summer bathing suit season is here, so if that pooch in your belly is the pain in your mirror, now is the time to do what it takes to get rid of that gut once and for all!