There is now a way to go surfing in Dallas, despite the nearest ocean being hundreds of miles away. It’s the newest exercise program designed to get you in shape.
With freezing temperatures and wind chills, who wants to be outside? This leaves kids at the mercy of video games and snacks. However, parents in DFW do have options.
Thousands took part in Dallas’ first-ever Commitment Day 5K. The race was one of 33 similar events all aimed at sparking a movement to help people begin the year with a 5K run, and encourage them to stick to their goals throughout the year.
Did you make a resolution to lose weight? From slamming a sandbag to taking a soothing nap, there will be a wide variety of options and trends to help you get into shape in 2013.
Childhood obesity is a challenge that familes and cities all over the country must face. But in Fort Worth, the mayor has unveiled a plan to get both kids and adults to live healthy.
Many women have a hard time getting back to their regular lives following breast cancer treatment. But now, some women are finding that a modified yoga class can help in the healing.
The world’s biggest hamburger chain said Wednesday that it will start posting calorie information on restaurant and drive-thru menus nationwide starting on Monday.
Finding the motivation to exercise can be the hardest part of staying fit. But a group of women found that working together, and sharing more than fitness goals, can be a big help.
About 16 percent of Americans have gym memberships. But how many people actually use them? A new app aims to help you reach your weight loss goals, or pay for failing.
As more athletes experiment with barefoot running, doctors say they are treating injuries ranging from pulled muscles to stress fractures, mainly in people who ramped up too fast.
Hundreds of health-conscious kids will take part in a community expo at TCU on Saturday that highlights the benefits of an active lifestyle and healthy eating.
Higher education could help people in ways besides finding a job. A new study from the CDC found educated Americans are less likely to be obese and suffer from chronic diseases.