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  • Tension Releasing Exercises shake loose 'therapeutic tremors'

    Tension Releasing Exercises shake loose 'therapeutic tremors'
    I've been running for 30 years and lucky enough to avoid an iliotibial band injury until this year. But my luck ran out a few weeks back, and the physical therapist has banned many kinds of workouts for a while. That seemed the perfect time to try something called TRE, or Tension Releasing Exercises.
  • Crush Games: 'You better be good'

    Crush Games: 'You better be good'
    This weekend at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, someone you know may win a competition you may not know. At the Crush Games, a competition with exercises similar to CrossFit taking place Friday through Sunday, many of the competitors will be South...

    Try this on for size… The ladies of JAFCO encourage community to take a walk 'In My Shoes' at annual luncheon

    Jewish Adoption & Family Care Options (JAFCO) is hosting its fourth annual "In My Shoes Luncheon" Sept. 12 at the Boca West Country Club. The luncheon, chaired by Jenn Betesh, Stacey Austein, Lori Konsker and Kim Fetterman, honors families who are raising...

    CrossFit Navigate Club hits the beach in Pompano

    A recent CrossFit Navigate outing to Pompano Beach offered a free workout to anyone who was interested in building strong muscles and stronger friendships. The CrossFit Navigate gym members play hard and work harder. Approximately 30 members headed to the...

    In life after gymnastics, Kittelberger finds CrossFit works out just fine

    In life after gymnastics, Kittelberger finds CrossFit works out just fine
    HERNDON, Va. — With a 155-pound barbell resting on her shoulders, Gretchen Kittelberger lifted the weight over her head, held it for a second, then brought it back down. After five repetitions, she leaned against a wall, her body upside down,...