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'Brain Break' Program Expands Following Positive Reviews In Frisco ISDFor 10 to 15 minutes at a time, students can step away from their work and play.
The Ones For Justice Looks At 'Brain Breaks' For Young Frisco StudentsFrisco ISD tested the idea last year and it was so successful, they rolled it out at all 42 elementary schools this year.
Fort Worth Mayor Credits Exercise For Part Of Her SuccessFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price has a game plan for handling the demands of the job. When she's out of the office, she's not a couch potato at home, she's a woman on the move.
Getting Your Child To ExercisePhysical therapist Kristen McConnell shares ideas on how to get your kids moving and healthy.
The Benefits Of High Intensity Interval Training ExplainedA few minutes of short, intensive burst of exercise may be just what the doctor ordered.
Blue Zones Project – Power 9The answer to living a long life might just come down to 9 things.
Dallas To Shut Down Streets For Cyclists SaturdayThe Dallas Bike Ride is back for a second year and organizers are expecting it to be bigger than their 2017 inaugural event.
No Need to be "Baaa-shful" at Goat Yoga RichardsonGoats and yoga? We aren't kidding! Get ready to stretch, sweat, and giggle- during this workout with a twist! Eat See Play's Taryn Jones shares her mat with some four legged friends at Goat Yoga Richardson.
Summit's Rock Climbing Wall Turns Your Exercise Routine VerticalAre you looking to shake up your exercise routine? At Summit, they're taking workouts vertical. 'Eat.See.Play' reporter Taryn Jones takes on the rock climbing wall. But with no ropes or harnesses, falling is half of the fun.
Some People Adding Marijuana To Their Yoga RoutinePerhaps you've heard of 'goat yoga' and 'laughing yoga.' But now, in some states, you can do your yoga with a little marijuana. It's called 'ganja yoga.'
Food And Diet Trends For The New YearHere's a look at what you should know about some top fitness trends for 2018.
Fort Worth Zoo's Annual Zoo Run Coming In AprilThe Fort Worth Zoo's annual Zoo Run is coming up in April. Who would win between the zoo's tortoise and hare?
Ellis County ADA Documents Weight LossEllis County Assistant District Attorney Vance Hinds is documenting all of his workouts online to keep himself going.
Exercising In Groups Could Have Bigger BenefitsIf you're looking to get fit in 2018, you might want to try working out in a group. A new study found that group settings can have bigger benefits compared to exercising alone.
Keep Safe When Exercising In The Texas HeatTemperatures continue to rise across North Texas and on days like today, when temperatures are expected to hit the triple-digits, the heat can take a serious toll on your health.
It's Going To Be Too Hot To Run!People with larger body mass are at higher risk for heat-related illness.
Crawling Becomes Popular Exercise At The GymCrawling is becoming popular at gyms across the country. Experts said that it offers more than just a standard workout.
Dallas Ready For Rock 'n Roll Half MarathonAbout 14,000 runners will race for bling and bragging rights.
From The Couch To The RaceHere are some things you need to do to get yourself prepared to go out for a run.
Plano Officer Makes It On CBS Evening NewsFor the past 31 years, officer Arthur Parker has kept an eye on Clark High School in Plano. Parker is not your ordinary school resource officer.
Eat.See.Play: Dallas Rock ‘n’ Roll MarathonLast year, more than 250 Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll Dallas runners chose to run for St. Jude, raising over $90,000 for the kids of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. You can join them in using your race to help save lives!
Surfing In North Texas?... Kinda!With exercises like shark bite and classes called big kahuna surf fitness will make you feel like you're hanging ten.
Thousands Expected To Let It “Jiggle” In Arlington RunThousands Expected To Let It “Jiggle” In Arlington Run
Women Encouraged To Celebrate Their "Jiggle" At Weekend 5KA lot of people have resolved to be more active in the New Year. There are promises to exercise regularly and be more involved in the community. Well, there’s an opportunity for women to do both those things tomorrow in Arlington. It’s a fun run, with a fun name! You’ve heard of the Jingle Bell Run that happens every December? The run Saturday is the Jiggle Butt Run!

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