Triathlete with Cerebral Palsy Writes about “Impossible Mile”
Johnny Agar, who competes in triathlons with his dad, is the author of the bestseller, "The Impossible Mile: The Power in Living Life One Step at a Time."
Life and Basketball: Senior Detroit Women Play to Stay Young
For two hours every Monday afternoon at the Lasky Recreation Center in northeast Detroit, time doesn’t matter – only basketball.
Cardio Doesn’t Have to Hurt: The Best Low-Impact Workouts
Exercise is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself at any age, but as you get older, regular exercise becomes more important than ever.
Best Exercises to Fight Off Anxiety and Depression
Are anxiety and depression putting a damper on your mood? Think about retooling your exercise routine to give yourself a feel-good boost.
How to Start an Exercise Routine that Works for You
Focusing on your target heart rate and switching up your workouts can help unlock an exercise routine that works for you. Here are more keys:
Busy? Yes! Believe It Or Not, You Can Be Healthy Too!
Angela T. Moore, certified therapist and fitness coach, offers tips for finding ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle even when you are busy.
Too Cold to Walk Outside? Try These Winter Workday Activity Tips
Many have relied on outdoor walks to break up the monotony of working from home. Here’s how to replace that activity level during the winter.
Kick Your Workout into High Gear with Cardio Boxing
In this edition of Fitness Over 40, host Ann Marie Wakula takes you to a cardio boxing workout. It's a high-energy and fun way to boost your heart rate.
Diet and Exercise Take Teacher from Diabetes to Marathons
In this episode of Fitness Over 40, Ira Goldberg shares how proper diet and exercise took from nearly 400 pounds to running marathons.
Ways to Encourage Seniors in Your Life to Maintain Independence
As people get older, it can become difficult for some to keep the lifestyle they want. But there are ways for seniors to preserve much of their independence.