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  • Who better than Madonna to open luxury gyms?

     
    When it comes to celebrities and being fit, Madonna often comes to mind. At age 52, she still tops the my list of stars that make exercise a priority. Her muscular body has been the recipient of compliments (wow!) and criticism (is there such...
  • Graduating to the next level – whether you want to or not

     
    Not too long ago I compared an instructor cancelling an individual exercise class to a child's snow day.  The joy of gaining that extra time without the guilt of taking it upon yourself to skip a class was priceless, I wrote. But today the news was not...
  • Suspension of disbelief: Suspension yoga didn't kill me, is pretty awesome

     
    A couple of key things to know about my workout ethos: 1. I do not like to work out. 2. If by some bizarre confluence of circumstances I do find myself working out, I prefer to take some sort of......
  • USC basketball: UC Irvine pregame

     
    Greetings and salutations! Back again, I am, coming to you from the Galen Center, where at 1 p.m. Saturday USC will open its 2010-11 regular season against UC Irvine. Trojan fans shouldn't be on edge about a possible upset. USC......
  • Moving on mountains: Four hikes for the holidays

     
    When the holidays strike — and the feast that comes with them — sometimes it's best to just walk it off. Here, we round up some of the city's more scenic guided and unguided hikes, from seasonal waterfalls to moonlit treks. Moonlight mile See wha...
  • Working out: The cure for the common cold?

     
    One week ago, I was feeling pretty good about myself, mentally and physically. In the preceding six days, I'd achieved some positive momentum on the exercise front, starting with a fairly eye-opening suspension yoga class. Two days later, I somehow......
  • Laker girl profile: Bria's experience as a Sparks dancer prepared her to become a Laker girl

     
    This is the second post of a weekly series that helps you get to know the Laker Girls (who, by the way, officially go by one name only). Laker Girl name: Bria Years on squad: Five seasons Hometown: Los Angeles Resides in: Harbor City College/high school:...
  • Karma: Four volunteer opportunities for the holidays

     
    HOLIDAY GUIDE 2010: The holidays are more than just turkey and awkward encounters with far-off relatives. It's also the season for giving. Of course, others have the same idea. “The holidays tend to be very popular; from November to January; [we see an]...
  • San Francisco start-up Skyara aims to be the Etsy, Airbnb, Meetup and Groupon of experiences

     
    Skyara wants to turn you into a weekend warrior. Or cappuccino maker. Or blogger. Or mountain biker. Think of Skyara as a marketplace for experiences: Hatha yoga, making balloon animals, becoming "remarkable." (Seriously want to sign up for that one)........
  • Healthy Habits

    Healthy Habits
    Planning a wedding while simultaneously trying to maintain a job and a life can be immensely stressful – and immensely hard on your body. If this sounds familiar, read on. The experts have a handful of quick, easy tips to help busy brides-to-be...
  • David Servan-Schreiber dies at 50; physician wrote about cancer battle

    David Servan-Schreiber dies at 50; physician wrote about cancer battle
    Reporting from Paris -- When he was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor 20 years ago, David Servan-Schreiber, the French-born doctor, neuroscientist and later bestselling author, took the phrase "physician, heal thyself" to heart. Submitting to the...
  • Fitness: For 'Burn Notice' actor, it's not about winning a muscle contest

    Fitness: For 'Burn Notice' actor, it's not about winning a muscle contest
    Coby Bell is a football player in BET's "The Game" and an ex-spy in USA's "Burn Notice," which is set in Miami. This actor, husband and father of two sets of twins shuttles between his home in California and various production locations for work, but...