With a plethora of places to get a sweat on throughout the city, Los Angeles is one of the best cities to be for high caliber fitness. Here are a few of our new favorite places to workout.
As one of the fitness capitals of the world, Los Angeles is no stranger to unique and one-of-a-kind fitness routines. Although climbing stairs might not seem like a novel idea, sometimes the simplest ideas are […]
Grayson practices HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, to build muscle and burn fat.
The Special Olympics features athletes with intellectual disabilities competing in such sports as swimming, basketball, track and field, and gymnastics.
Fitness guru Denise Austin and her daughter Katie visited KCAL9 Studios Saturday morning to talk about Katie’s new book that offers teens tips for a healthy lifestyle and personal empowerment.
For the tennis lovers out there it is not difficult to get in a great cardio workout while having fun. The sport offers amazing opportunities for those that are novice to experts. With the amazing weather in Orange County year-round, it is not difficult to find the right court to achieve your goals. Grab a racket and can of balls and explore the best tennis courts in Orange County.
Sometimes moms and dads have it tough. Although nobody can be more cherished, a child can sometimes make it tough for parents to do the things they love and need to do. Working out is one of those practices. No more excuses because now some of the best Los Angeles gyms provide child care. Consider the following options. They’re superb.
Gyms have taken the necessary measure to provide safe child care for busy parents ready to get in shape.
The American Council on Exercise found that “hooping” burns an average of 420 calories per hour – the equivalent of a cardio kickbox class.
Contrary to popular belief, fitness doesn’t have to be a dreaded obligation.
Author Maria Kang joinged us on KCAL9 Monday to demonstrate exercises from “The No More Excuses Diet” book.
A fitness trainer in South Bay, known as “G.I. Joe” Charles, has spent the last 15 years of his life motivating people to work out and get in shape.
Fitness and Lifestyle Expert Christine Lusita stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to share some amazing health and fitness products.
Two men were videotaping George Plitt Jr., 37, on the tracks north of the Burbank train station when Plitt was hit by a Metrolink passenger train, according to Burbank police Sgt. Scott Meadows.
If you’re trying different approaches to losing weight or getting fit, and nothing seems to be working, the answer may be in your DNA, rather than your diet.