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  • Barre54 brings barre workout to Winter Park

     
    Barre54,a fitness studio dedicated to the barre workout method, is scheduled to open in early April in Winter Park’s Hannibal Square. Barre54 offers a full body, cardiovascular workout inspired by pilates, yoga and ballet. Each 54-minute class...
  • After hitting the treadmill? Go for protein.

     
    What should you eat or drink after a work out? In the past, the answer to that question depended on what your workout entailed. If you were weight lifting and attempting to build muscle, then protein was the choice. If you were doing cardio and...
  • Wildlife rehabilitators still hard at work trying to help animal victims of Gulf oil spill

     
    NEW ORLEANS — A baby sea turtle escaped from the jaws of a shark, only to get stuck in oil spilled from BP's well in the Gulf of Mexico. A young dolphin apparently was attacked by his mother, then swam......
  • Performance Enhancing Pants

    Performance Enhancing Pants
    Get better, stronger, faster. It's all in the pants and socks! How hospital clothing is making it's way to the streets helping with recovery of a different kind. With each stride, the muscles vibrate. They draw blood down. With that kind of movement, how...
  • Stretch to help prevent exercise injuries

    Stretch  to help prevent exercise injuries
    There's nothing like an injury to hinder your fitness progress — or stop it in its tracks. As everyone embraces the warmer weather and new activity, it's important to couple enthusiasm for whatever activities you choose with safe execution. First...
  • Weighing in on the Shake Weight

    Weighing in on the Shake Weight
    Of the hundreds of exercise gadgets that have graced TV airwaves over the years, only a handful ever become big-time sellers and even fewer become cultural phenomenons. The Shake Weight is definitely in that rarified category. Over 3.6 million people have...
  • 3-D Films Help Detect Undiagnosed Vision Problems

    3-D Films Help Detect Undiagnosed Vision Problems
    The unintended bonus of 3-D movies; uncovering undiagnosed vision problems. Blockbuster 3-D movies aren't always a hit with some viewers, many viewers are leaving the theatres sick. But optometrists say that could mean there is a vision problem that...
  • Gone Fishing

    Gayle Anderson was live in East Los Angeles with a preview of the YOUTH FISHING DERBY. This event is Saturday, May 15th, 2010. It's it day of FREE fun: You can register from 8a.m. until 9a.m. The fishing derby is from 9a.m. To 1p.m. There will be...
  • Dos and Don'ts of Popular Yoga Poses

    Dos and Don'ts of Popular Yoga Poses
    Yoga is more than just striking a pose. But how you strike that pose is nonetheless critical. Maintaining correct form is essential not only for building a solid yoga practice but also because improperly doing the same yoga poses repeatedly —...
  • How to treat muscle soreness

    How to treat muscle soreness
    Muscle soreness 24 to 48 hours after you exercise is a good sign. It means that you have challenged your muscles and are getting stronger. This is called delayed onset of muscle soreness, or DOMS, and everyone experiences it, even elite athletes. Here's...
  • Building a better brain: Class teaches seniors how to ward off Alzheimer's disease

    Building a better brain: Class teaches seniors how to ward off Alzheimer's disease
    Gino Bettini raises his arms and stretches to the music. Behind him, 35 other adults are seated in chairs in a strip-shopping-center church — waving their arms in unison. A retired chef, 77-year-old Bettini is here, in a tiny storefront in...
  • Healthy workout takes smart meal planning

    Healthy workout takes smart meal planning
    Even the most robust exercise program won't grant you true fitness if you don't take control of your diet. Exercise changes virtually every tissue in the body via many different pathways — metabolic, hormonal, neurological and mechanical —...