Two years ago when Chuck and Toni Johnson first met Tessa Effland, Chuck thought the personal trainer was annoying.
Jeff Serven is issuing a challenge to his clients that he hopes will prepare them for the avalanche of cookies, cheeses and adult beverages that will rain down on them in a few weeks.
Even if an army of personal trainers and repeated viewings of “Running Brave” aren’t enough motivation to get you running, Kjersten Salzman of Elev8 Fitness thinks she knows what will get you moving.
A couple of weeks ago, some friends and I spent a morning pedaling around the Kitsap Peninsula.
Registered dietitian Brooke Douglas says her offices get busy each spring with endurance athletes looking to shed 5 to 15 pounds in preparation for competition.
In the few moments before Joe Quinn lifts a big weight in competition, he feels the adrenaline coursing through his body.
Need some back-to-school rejuvenation? Want to explore a new way to get fit? Source Yoga in Tacoma’s North End is celebrating its seventh year with its annual free open house Saturday with free classes, specials and a raffle.
When I was a kid I used to dread the arrival of September for one reason, the start of the school year.
Sometimes finding a topic for this column is painful. Sometimes ideas come to me in a snap.
The London Olympics close today and, for me, one of the lasting images will be that of cyclist Kristin Armstrong, who turned 39 Saturday, holding her 2-year-old son in her left arm and her gold medal in her right hand.
If you tune in to ABC tonight at 9 for “Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition” the man you’ll see at the beginning is weak.
If you’re an Olympics junkie like me, this weekend couldn’t get here soon enough. The London Games started Wednesday (yes, two days before the opening ceremonies) and will continue through Aug. 12.
Sometimes when a car passes me while I’m on my bike and I look over and see the driver texting, I think, “Man, I really wish I had cycling insurance.”
At some point over the past two decades just playing sports stopped being enough for American kids.
Next weekend, 10,000 people will roll through Pierce and Thurston counties in one of the nation’s most famous cycling events, the Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic.
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