Running in deep water reduces impact, adds resistance, increases flexibility and improves circulation.
The Barre Effect
Is it ballet? Dance? Pilates? Yoga? Turns out barre formats can be all of the above.
Cross Country Skiing Without Snow?
From Boulder Lifestyle, October 2014.
“The greatest thing is that Nordic Walking covers all levels of ability and disability.”
Fitness For the Rest of Us
From Boulder Lifestyle October 2014.
I became a fitness instructor because I was awful at team sports. Read More
Three unusual cross-training workouts pro athletes swear by—and that you can do too.
Walking the Line for Fitness and Strength
What do Madonna, Tony Horton of P90X fame, and David Wise the Olympic Freestyle skier all have in common?
Bouncing Across the Finish Line
In the early 1990s, Swiss engineer and aging runner Denis Naville faced knee problems. Frustrated at being unable to run pain-free, he designed Kangoo Jumps boots so he could run with reduced joint impact.Read More
Hit the Pool’s Deep End For a ‘Killer’ Workout
The myth is that because water keeps the heart rate lower, you’re not working as hard…
Hot workout trend puts a spring in your step
Bouncing around like kangaroos with huge smiles on their faces, Kangoo jumpers burn extra calories, stimulate their lymphatic systems and reduce the impact on their joints by up to 80 percent.
Exercise Balls Are On A Roll
Traditionally used for physical therapy to help patients with balance and stability, fitness balls have now bounced their way into group exercise classes, yoga and Pilates studios, and even home gyms.