Resistance training (“lifting weights”) has tons of benefits for your body.
The Carlsons, both in their 60s, are committed to staying active and exploring parts of the world they haven’t seen before.
How do healthy people stay healthy? They make it easy on themselves.
While many young children fantasize about being a ninja, 10-year-old Bella Palmer of Woodbury can legitimately say she is one.
What if we could tell you with increased confidence that exercise can halt or even reverse the aging of your body?
Wanting to lose weight is a far cry from losing weight. It’s easy to make excuses for skipping your exercise, but it can and should be a regular part of your life. It’s easy to keep eating the way you always have, but simple, whole foods will combine with exercise to get you where you want to be: leaner, stronger, healthier and happier. The power of good nutrition and consistent exercise is almost like magic, and here are our secrets.
Seeking the “Fittest on Earth,” the worldwide fitness competition challenges those who dare to enter in three parts: the Open, Regionals and the Games.
Laura Funk of Lakeland has been attending classes at Jazzercise Woodbury almost since it opened. “I joined with a friend of mine who wanted to get in shape after having a baby,” she says. “I’m still holding down the back corner [21 years] later.”
Kids learn best by example. If you’re tired of telling your children to go outside to play (without you or them getting up from the couch), you might want to consider these Woodbury-based family fitness activities.
There are many wonderful fitness instructors in Woodbury. Meet six, all over the age of 60, who inspire their students to move and have fun through a variety of classes, including tai chi, boot camp and hot yoga.