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Hey, swimmers, don't limit yourself to lanes, the aquatic version of a hamster wheel. And landlubbers, give up the notion that strength training and cardio are best done on terra firma. Aqua aerobics, or aquatic fitness, is no longer the domain of...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Cycling, Health, Travel, Water Aerobics
Young people don’t give much thought to their bones unless they’ve broken one. Yet maintaining strong bones is arguably one of the most important things men and women can do to guarantee a robust old age. Seventy-five percent of skeletal...
Qigong to your health. Sometimes called Chinese yoga, Qigong ("chee gong") is a mind-body practice that melds slow, graceful movements, mental focus and deep abdominal breathing to boost and balance a person's vital energy, or qi. Devotees believe...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesLet the other ships have their rock climbing walls and their water slides, their come as-you-are and do-as-you-please ambience. On the new Queen Elizabeth, it's lawn bowling and croquet, formal nights and afternoon teas, assigned seating and fixed...
Tags: Personal Service, Travel, Climbing, Egypt, Dining and Drinking
Four new Jazzercise dance-fitness classes will open in the Petoskey-Harbor Springs area during the week of Monday, Jan. 31. Jazzercise instructor Andrea Cherry has added the classes to accommodate new participants and provide current participants with...
Tags: Health, Physical Fitness and Exercise, Yoga
CORONA DEL MAR — For octogenarian Judy Kidd, working at a family-owned health club keeps her feeling as young as she did in her 50s. Once a well-known figure in the community theater scene, the 82-year-old grandmother has worked for 20 years at...
My dog saved me. My puppy Tacoma, a Lab/pit bull mix, did it by chewing up my only pair of eyeglasses. At the time, in May 2008, I was 44 years old and weighed about 155 pounds. That was down from my peak of 180, but it was still too high for my 5-foot-...
HealthKey.com contributorIt's no secret that Uncle Sam's jeans are fitting a little too snug these days. And it's not a question of being pleasantly plump. Over the past two decades, there has been a dramatic increase in obesity in the United States. According to the Division of...
Beth Daniel won 33 golf titles and is in the World Golf Hall of Fame. She was the 1990 Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year, and in 2003 became the oldest winner of an LPGA Tour event. Today, she keeps fit to maintain her performance in charity...
Props like this Pilates ring can help spice up your workout by challenging muscles in new ways. To add intensity to your obliques (side abdominal muscles) and adductors (inner thigh muscles), try this new move. Sit upright on a mat or a padded, level...
L.A. UnleashedIt's been well established -- with photographic evidence provided by Times readers, no less -- that dogs have a knack for picking strange places and positions in which to sleep. But cats have them beat. After all, what animal could......
Brand XWe sashayed, squatted and sweated to find the city's exotic workouts, from dress-up disco to hipster dance classes to weight-lifting yoga. Now we need to find L.A.'s best massage. But first four spots to try: Slimmons Studio Famed weight-loss guru Richard...
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