A new wellness trend has swept New York and made its mark in Portland -- bone broth.
A 70-year-old Longview woman has become the go-to fitness instructor for generations.
If you are a new mom or a mom-to-be and dying to get out, this may be the fitness routine for you.
There are many touting the benefits of “green juice”, a drink containing fresh squeezed greens like kale and spinach.
A Vancouver woman found a way to lose 40 pounds by walking at work for the last four years. Cindy Mayhak starts her daily walk when she clocks in at 8:30 a.m. thanks to her Trek Desk – a treadmill fitted desk.
Broadway Fitness in Atlanta lets people dance their way to better health like they're the star of the show.
Snowshoeing might be another way to get on your feet and burn some calories. Mt. Hood Meadows has started offering guided tours.
Americans spend an average of 15 hours each day sitting down, and much of that time is spent at work where sitting behind a desk can prove far more damaging than you may think.
Students look forward to their lunchtime vegetable selection at Tualatin Elementary. That’s because some of the veggies were grown in the school’s very own garden.
We made it to February, but a lot of our goals and resolutions for the New Year did not. Finding a new fitness routine could be just what you need to get motivated.
Getting in shape with a hula hoop is a growing fitness trend. Part of it started right here in the Northwest.
Looking for a little help shedding those extra pounds? Don’t want to pay anything Lorna Jane in Bridgeport is offering free workout classes geared towards women (but men can come, too) as part of their Active Living Room program.
If you ever need some motivation to kick your workout into high gear, updating your playlist can help you get moving.
It can be a challenge to start - and keep - those New Year's resolutions. One way to help you stay motivated is by participating in a pop-up workout.
We want to focus on creating changes that stick. So we worked with our Family Matters partners at Providence Health and Services to come up with a 12-month plan.
You may have seen the headlines in your quest to Commit 2 Be Fit. It's one of the "it" diets of 2015: "Eat like a Viking.”
It's being called one of the "it" exercises of 2015, and one you might want to consider if committing to be fit is part of your New Year's resolution.
Sugary sodas and other sweetened sippables will soon be phased out of Providence hospitals in Oregon in an attempt to help people convert to healthier drink choices.