Wearing a newborn baby reminds a longtime exerciser that the best fitness routine is just walking.
Founder Nikki Azzara is working out of D.C.’s Union Kitchen to try to make dough off of dough: the chickpea version and a black bean brownie flavor.
The RS-1 is as useful for boxers as it is for mall walkers, or anyone who wants to up the calorie burn of a workout.
Booming bass may be bad for your ears, but it’s good for business.
Soap made with olive oil, shea butter, goats milk and honey are the main attraction at this new store.
Valentine’s Day can be a stressful holiday, particularly for anyone worried about measuring up to the lovey-dovey standard. What can you do to make sure Feb. 14 is about amore instead of angst? Local couples counselors suggest these techniques.
The just-opened gym wants to offer “CrossFit equipment, but not a CrossFit atmosphere,” according to owner Maddie Watkins. The goal: Create a place where no one is too intimidated to walk through the door.
For transit users, waiting around is no big deal. But even the most patient passengers have their limit. And this week, we definitely hit it.
Joined a gym for the classes? You might get a better deal at Next Phase: It’s a gym exercise studio, minus the rest of the gym.
Looking for a sweet snack that won’t wreck your diet? Several entrepreneurs in the D.C. area are whipping up grab-and-go treats that you can feel good about eating.