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.
If you are working to Commit 2 Be Fit this year, it is always easiest when you do it with support. KATU’s Liz Bonis found a family working out together to shape up in 2015.
It's not just humans who need to make a commitment to exercise. As you start your New year's resolution to become healthier, there are ways you can include your dog in the fitness.
Two fitness passports offer access to dozens of studios and gyms in the Portland area, for a fraction of the cost of a full gym membership.
Planning a holiday party this Christmas season, but concerned about the calories? We talked with Megan Roosevelt of Healthy Grocery Girl about how to put together tasty and nutritious Christmas food.
The holidays are a great time to spend with family, friends...AND food. Have you packed on a few pounds this season? Is one of your 2015 new year's resolution to becoming healthier? Why not "Commit 2 Be Fit?"
Holiday get-togethers are filled with laughter, family and lots of food. But if you're hosting a party and don't want to pack on the extra pounds, there are some lighter alternatives to classic Christmas dishes that you can try this year and can help you Commit 2 be Fit.
As the weather gets cold and rainy, it’s pretty easy to put off your jogging routine. Providence's annual “Heart to Start” training programs are hoping to help you keep up with your fitness goals through the winter.
It's all about the three "H's." Hands, head, and have layers on.
Local doctor Miles Hassell has been helping people get healthier for years. Now he is sharing his knowledge about the "whole food diet" with a new cookbook.
Click "play" on the video to hear from registered dietitian Meghan Roosevelt, aka the Healthy Grocery Girl.