Take a barre workout, and add the ability to grab on at several heights. Then add spring weights. And some crazy hanging exercises. The result: Ladder, a new class that's encouraging students to climb out on a limb.
When the 65-year-old endurance swimmer recently decided to see how long she could hold a high plank, her knees and elbows didn’t touch the ground for two whole hours. But she has lots more up her sleeves than just muscles.
Dr. Andrea advises a reader on how to handle a sister who's letting a monetary dispute rip apart their family. Also: We moved to a new house, but I just want to go back to our old neighborhood!
While residences, offices and restaurants have flooded the 35-block area of D.C. known as NoMa, fitness establishments simply haven’t followed suit. So NoMa's Business Improvement District decided to go ahead and open its own yoga studio.
If participants want to shave seconds off their time at this point, they’ll have to focus on what they’re wearing, how they’re sleeping and what they’re eating. Or, maybe they can try one of these additional options that are out there (and a little out-there).
Maybe you’ve heard a certain myth: Greek cuisine is all gyros and meaty moussaka. Not true, says Greek cookbook author Aglaia Kremezi. Her new book celebrates the vegetarian heritage of the Mediterranean.
Dr. Andrea advises a group of readers who are fed up with a colleague who can't talk about anything but himself. Also: Why won't my wife let me see her naked?
Treadmills are awesome — if you know how to use them, says David Siik, the creator of Equinox's new Precision Running Program. He offers some technique pointers to make the most of the technology.
Our readers chose their favorite places to sweat in the DMV.
Zambia’s biggest export is copper. But Namaala Liebenthal would like to see the landlocked African nation become known for something even shinier: the faces of people joyfully busting a move.