A recent study suggests that keeping your body active could help keep your mind sharp. According to researchers, physical activity lowers the risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
Hundreds of Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders hopefuls will audition for the squad in Valley Ranch this weekend, and a North Texas grandmother will be among the group.
May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month. NFL quarterback Drew Brees and Olympic gold medalist Allyson Felix talked about the importance of staying fit and active.
Some children and their parents are getting fit by taking yoga classes in a unique setting. A program at a Dallas museum is blending yoga with art.
A new study shows that using a senior’s exercise program — especially those that focus on resistance training — may be able to slow dementia.
One of the newest fitness trends uses a very old skill. Indo-Row machines are designed to replicate the feeling, and work, of rowing on the water.
March Madness may be in the record books, but basketball season never ends for dozens of very healthy North Texas grandmothers.
With a good rope, a flat surface and some open space to jump, it is possible to get one of the best overall body workouts you can imagine.
What is the best way to stay thin? A new study found that it is exercising and eating a healthy diet full of… chocolate? Can that be right?
Ready to work up a sweat? An indoor cycling class has started incorporating the principles of Pilates to take traditional spin class in a new direction.
Self-made captains of industry are a lot like you and me. They lead incredibly busy lives, but still find time to get moving and squeeze in a workout.
Exercise doesn’t only change your body’s outward appearance, it can also change your core — right down to your DNA.