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  • Build your brawn -- for better looks, better living

    Build your brawn -- for better looks, better living
    THE role models are all around us: 60-year-old Sylvester Stallone looking trim and muscular, 65-year-old singer Aaron Neville sporting bulging biceps, and a robust Harrison Ford, 64. What do they have that other men their age don't? Maybe a good...
  • Recapture the vigor you thought you'd left behind

    Recapture the vigor you thought you'd left behind
    THE job description of little boys includes running around, screaming and fidgeting. But by the time those boys reach midlife, a sea change has often happened. They're falling asleep in front of the TV at 7 p.m. and laboring up stairs they would have...
  • Wacky Fitness Gear

    The Muscle Man of Technology Bruce Pechman demonstrated some some amazing fitness products for 2010 to help you get in shape. Most products are perfect for home or on the go. For more information on Bruce Pechman go to www.mrbicep.com Banglz Designer...
  • ARCHIVE: Eagle eggs set to hatch any day at Norfolk Botanical Garden

    ARCHIVE: Eagle eggs set to hatch any day at Norfolk Botanical Garden
    You can catch the hatch of the first egg in the treetop bald eagle nest at Norfolk Botanical Garden via the garden's special Eagle Cam at www.norfolkbotanicalgarden.org. But you may want to first get a snack and beverage to tide you over because watching...
  • Wii Workouts: Best of the Games

    Wii Workouts: Best of the Games
    When Nintendo's Wii console came out, couch potatoes across the country rejoiced. Here was a way to get in shape and play video games at the same time! But the bowling, tennis and other early sports titles ultimately delivered less-than-challenging...
  • A Clue to Aging's Toll on Muscles

    A Clue to Aging's Toll on Muscles
    As people age they lose muscle mass, about 1 percent a year starting in middle age. That loss, called sarcopenia, is a major reason for continuing strength training throughout life. Recently, British researchers may have found a clue to why muscle loss...
  • Lexus LX570 has it all, for a price

    Lexus LX570 has it all, for a price
    It can pilot the family on the open road or climb a hill and ford a stream, while cooling a couple cans of pop and a sub sandwich for either. Lexus loaded its LX570 full-size SUV with just about every conceivable amenity and then added a new one for...
  • Key Stretches to Prevent Back Pain

    Key Stretches to Prevent Back Pain
    In this week's Wellness Report: last week we talked about back pain - and the cost to you and your employer his week: we talk to a fitness expert--and learn the best ways to prevent a serious problem. Hours sitting at your desk, your computer, long-...
  • Experts Pick Top 10 Fitness Myths

    Experts Pick Top 10 Fitness Myths
    Most fitness professionals have seen or heard it all. Miracle diets, perfect workouts, promises of flat abs in two minutes a day. Chris Hoover, fitness supervisor at the Jewish Community Center in St. Louis, says he constantly sees people acting on that...
  • Keep on the Go, Stay Healthy

    Keep on the Go, Stay Healthy
    We all know exercise and activity help achieve a healthy body. But did you know regular exercise helps develop a sound mind and spirit as well? In other words, what's good for your physical being is also good for your spiritual self. Plus, many...
  • Denise Austin: Q & A with a fitness guru

    Denise Austin: Q & A with a fitness guru
    Denise Austin has made a life out of motivating people to get moving. For more than 25 years, the San Pedro native has watched the fitness world transform, cheerleading along the way. She's sold more than 20 million exercise videos and DVDs, starred in...
  • Preventing Further Complications

    Preventing Further Complications
    Heart attacks, strokes, nerve damage, kidney and eye disease--these are just a few of the medical complications that can result from having diabetes. Medication alone is not enough to stave them off. A healthy lifestyle that includes nutritious foods...