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Fall sports are back, and with them jerseys, cleats and bags stinking up your laundry room and garage.
If you’re a mom-to-be, try these workout moves.
As school approaches, it’s time to get back into healthful eating habits.
“Baby steps” will get you where you need to be to do a triathlon.
Jennifer Van Allen
It’s true, men lose weight more easily than women, but there are things women can do to catch up.
Fresh herbs, such as basil, chives and more, have high amounts of vitamins, antioxidants and minerals.
Yes, you can take a break, or at least slow down. But here are some fun activities that count as a workout, too.
This recipe is a great way to use healthful foods while avoiding a salad slump.
The long-distance relay: It can be an awesome monster, but participants say it inspires teamwork.
Start slow, and try to find a program you can adhere to on a consistent basis.
Protein has been shown to provide great nutritional benefits. Still, think before you eat.
How do they relate to one another, and what works best and when? We asked some local experts to weigh in.
Alexandria resident Kristina Ament, who is visually impaired, is in training for the Ironman world championship in Hawaii.
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