Prevent Obesity Now, Prevent Problems LaterObesity is on the rise & there's really no sign of a slowdown. There are simple ways you can take control of your waistline, starting now.
Moving U: Dadeland Mall Walkers Find Fitness, Friendships & FunThe Dadeland Walkers find fitness, friendships and fun walking four mornings a week in the air-conditioned mall.
Water Aerobics Keeps Seniors Moving & Provides Therapeutic BenefitsFor anyone recovering from knee or hip replacement surgery as well as back pain, physical therapy is as close as your neighborhood pool.
Marine Keeps Moving And Finds Peace Of Mind At Local Golf CourseDuana Sebastian is a veteran who has discovered golf is a great way to keep moving and find peace of mind.
Moving U: Getting Fit For Birth For A Healthy BabyMiami Trainer James Goodlatte is changing the way women prepare for labor and delivery through exercise.
Researchers Find Cardio Is Best For Weight Loss, Study FindsNew study finds which type of exercise is best for blasting stubborn fat and losing weight.
Combining Fitness & Philanthropy Keeps South Florida Man MovingSouth Florida man combines fitness and philanthropy as a way to keep moving and fit.
Moving U: Married Septuagenarian Triathletes Keep Moving By Motivating Each OtherYou are never too young, or old, to keep moving and stay healthy. Just ask one South Florida couple, in their 70's, training for triathlons.
Moving U: Gain Strength, Balance & Peace Of Mind With Paddleboard YogaThere are plenty of ways to get moving and healthy but there are some who develop strength, balance and piece of mind through yoga – on a paddleboard.
Beat The Gym: You Don't Need A Gym Membership To Get MovingYou don't need a pricey gym or workout equipment to get moving, there are other ways to exercise for free.
Moving U: Recycled Bicycles Get Kids & Adults MovingPassion for biking leads woman to Recycle Bike Exchange which fixes donated bikes and gives them to people who can't afford them.
Exercise May Not Be Completely Linked To Weight Loss, Study FindsA study conducted at Loyola University found that weight loss isn't directly tied to exercise.