A 3-minute exercise to strengthen the muscles you use to balance yourself and stay on your feet - while you strengthen all your leg muscles. Pretty great for just three minutes.
A half-day Walk in one of the great walking cities of Europe. A few more hours to Eat great stuff in one of the world's great food capitals. Eleven miles. Eighteen kilometers. More than 1,000 calories burned. What a Way to sightsee.
Let's start the week loose. Comfortable. Flexible. Because flexible muscles make everything easier and less tiring. Today's Way'll relax and stretch your back and abdominal muscles. Make them feel and function better.
A wonderful and weird Walk. Wonderful because it's a great walking and eating city. Weird because it's the Mile High City, so you may feel like you're taking a high elevation hike when you're strolling the sidewalks with direct views of the Rocky Mountains.
Like all first-Mondays-of-the-month, today comes with a simple, gentle one-minute Way to improve your health. C'mon, by the time you finish reading this Way, you'll probably finish today's healthy exercise.
If you're in shape to hike around Glacier National Park, do it while the glaciers are still there. If you're not - get in shape. Before 2020, when the massive glaciers will disappear, completely. Right now, click and gasp.
Good news: all you need is frequent exercise to maintain muscle strength and mass. At any age. Like all fourth-Mondays-of-the-month this year, today comes with a simple, one-minute Way to increase your strength. This month: your core muscles, especially your abs.
Backbone Trail up to Castro Peak. Back down to the Malibu beaches. Walk 15 miles. Burn 1,800 calories - Way more than you (should) eat at Coogie's and Duke's.
A 2-minute exercise to strengthen the muscles you use to balance yourself and stay on your feet - while you stretch and strengthen your calf muscles. Pretty great for just two minutes.
All around the Northern Hemisphere, this is a wonderful, colorful time for hiking and walking. You should do some. Like Monument Mountain. A moderate 3-mile walk in the woods to views across tens of miles of western Massachusetts hills and valleys turning more than fifty shades of red, orange and yellow.