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Warming Up to Running in the Winter

Wintertime running is just as safe as running in any other season. There are, however, a few precautions to consider.

Bringing Family Closer Through Fitness

PBS Parents recommends a few of the following tips to encourage family fitness and a healthy lifestyle that everyone can try together.

Ouch! Is Playing Through the Pain Okay?

When does pain indicate something more significant? What if you’re injured? Is medical attention always required? We turned to local medical professionals for their advice.

Take a Hike: Tips & Resources to Take with You

Now that summer is in sight, we’re making a conscious effort to enjoy more of the great outdoors, particularly all of the hiking trails throughout our state and beyond.

Real World Fitness: Eleanor Zhang 18, 4/C Midshipman, USNA

This month: find out about Eleanor’s workout, her thoughts on nutrition, and see the results of her fitness personality quiz.

Over-Indulger, Under-Estimator, or Eliminator? 3 Fitness Mentalities to Avoid

Like most things in life, balance and moderation are key—and combining the positive elements of each fitness mentality listed below is key in reaching your health goals.

Un-Eat It! Working Off That Traditional Turkey Dinner

Here, we determine the calories for Turkey Day staples—and the subsequent exercises needed to lose ‘em

The Rundown on Running: From Form to Finish

Susan Noble, an Annapolis-based runner and marathon coach, gives us her rundown on the practice of running.

HIIT VS LISS: High-Intensity versus Low-Intensity Workouts

From running to resistance training and all those aerobic and anaerobic exercises in between, fitness, like most things in life, is not a one-size-fits-all situation.

Pedal Power: A Tips and Trails Guide for Cycling

For those of you, who haven’t saddled up in a while—and, of course, for those of you who do so often—we invite you to join us for a leisurely ride.