Riders on the 63 stationary bikes in a Flywheel class aren’t just trying to break a sweat. They’re trying to best themselves and their classmates.
Participating in a Polar Bear Plunge? Or shopping for your spring break beach getaway? Two local women want to help you suit up.
Getting carried away at a party is a holiday tradition. But if photos of you twerking wind up on Facebook, you might kick off 2015 with regret. Try these ballroom moves instead.
More than 40 presenters, including instructors, scientific researchers and musicians, will address attendees Saturday at George Washington University.
Anna Guest-Jelley thought something was wrong with her body, so she went on 65 different diets. Then she tried something that actually made her feel better: yoga.
Think your mom is the most intrusive and overprotective of them all? Rachel Ament knows 26 Jewish daughters who beg to differ.
"Whenever I go to a formal event, I think to myself, 'I could run into a senator, I could run into George Clooney.' You never know who you’re going to see."
The most important prop for Sarah Ewing’s yoga practice? Her phone. That's how she searches studio schedules, signs up for classes and actually manages to exercise after work.
Dancing Mind owner Paula Baake is transforming more than just bodies. She’s also challenging the traditional gym experience.
Cameron Graham arranges display cases, dips chocolates and greets customers. It’s a job her parents, Ellen and Jim Graham of McLean, Va., always wanted to find for Cameron, who has intellectual disabilities, but never could. So they created it.