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You might not think of the crab as nature's most graceful creature, but if you mimic its stance when you stretch, you'll open up the tight muscles of your front body and give your backside a workout at the same time. Demonstrated here by fitness...
The Hartford CourantWe all know that adolescents form cliques, and some can resort to bullying to establish themselves as leaders of the pack. Adolescent dogs are no exception, and a three-legged dog presents an easy target. Easy, that is, unless the target happens to be...
After the season, the Bears plan to begin expanding Halas Hall, but they might need to build out the training room now. In what resembled a last-man-standing battle, they beat the rival Vikings 28-10 on Sunday at Soldier Field, but the badly needed...
Sitting in front of a computer all day can take a toll on the back. This flowing sequence, demonstrated by fitness expert Jennifer Kries, who uses it on her "Hot Body Cool Mind" DVD series, helps to restore the mobility and ease to your spine using some...
A growing number of people looking for less invasive procedures than plastic surgery or Botox injections to do away with wrinkles and sagging jawlines are turning to the ancient Chinese-rooted practice of acupuncture. And they are starting to come to...
You want your legs to look great from all angles? Why aren't you doing a lunge that works your thighs all the way around? The skater lunge, demonstrated here by celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak and featured on his "Harley Pasternak's Hollywood Workout"...
PETOSKEY — This past summer, Karen Bissonette asked her doctor if she could have just three more months. The 63-year-old Indian River woman was on medication to control high blood pressure. Her doctor wanted her to take cholesterol lowering...
The Medicine CabinetQ: My doctor says I have venous insufficiency. What does that mean? Does it require treatment? A: Venous insufficiency means that the veins don't work properly. Most people develop this condition in their legs. The veins are responsible for draining...
The Baltimore SunThe seventh annual Sticks for Soldiers lacrosse tournament in Fairfield, Conn., has named U.S. Army Capt. Gregory Galeazzi, a 2007 graduate of Loyola's Army ROTC program, to be the second honoree for this year's support. The Thanksgiving weekend...
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This move, with the genteel name of the curtsy side lift, is no lightweight. It works the major muscle groups of the lower body with a blend of dance and fitness. It comes from Pasadena-based Tracey Mallett, the founder of Booty Barre, a technique that...
Karina d'Erizans is featured in the new South Beach-based reality show "The Catalina." The series, which airs 8 p.m. Tuesdays on The CW, chronicles the partying and drama of the hotel's staff. The native of Venezuela is a nursing student at Miami-Dade...
A common mistake people make when working out is to train only the muscles they can see like the chest, arms and legs. But don't forget about the important muscles in your back. Here are two ways you can target your midback and buttock muscles in a safe...
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