Colder weather won't stop Mayor Lloyd Winnecke's "Fitness in the Park" program from helping Evansville residents get in better shape as the next event in the series will move indoors to Swonder Ice Arena this Saturday morning.
It's been a great summer for hitting the pools and having some fun while getting some much needed exercise. A fact that has not escaped Mayor Winnecke's office as his monthly Fitness in the Park series has focused on water aerobics as the central theme of the past few events. However, as the summer winds down, so does the opportunity to swim, meaning one last hurrah for series water-based theme be
Let this video be your inspiration/motivation for the day (or perhaps the rest of your life). Scott was born with cerebral palsy. Despite doctors telling his mother when he was a baby that he would be a "vegetable," Scott works out at the gym, and can lift bigger weights than we can. He also walks on a treadmill, which is more cardio than we've done in the past three years or so.
You listen to weather updates so you know how to dress. You wash your hands so you don't get the flu. You wear your seatbelt to keep you safe in the car. You are a prevention machine. But are you working to prevent the number one cause of death for both men and women, heart disease? For American Heart Month, we're focusing on ways to avoid this preventable disease. If you want to keep your heart h
You know that friend of yours, the one who's really into running? He might actually be running himself right into an early grave: new research has discovered that too much exercise can be bad for your heart.
We have all seen those annoying late night commercials advertising ridiculous fitness products catering to a fat and lazy population looking to get into shape with minimal effort.
Well, turns out there might actually be something to all this minimal effort business.
It turns out suffers from alcohol dependency might be able to kick the habit by doing what comes natural… texting. Yup, a new study has found actual evidence that there may be a health benefit to text messaging.
Research with young problem drinkers found those who sent and received weekly text messages tracking their alcohol consumption drank less at the end of the 12-week program than they did at
Doctors have been telling us to take at least 10,000 steps a day to stay in shape and prevent health risks, but who has the time? Apparently, the new Striiv pedometer proves that it’s not a question of having time, it’s a question of having the right motivation.