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  • CrossFit Laurel invites athletes and community members to breast cancer fundraiser

    CrossFit Laurel is teaming with Mammograms In Action, a Southern California-based nonprofit, to host a unique athletic competition. Barbells for Boobs — Amazing "Grace" will help raise funds in the fight against breast cancer, both locally and...
  • Tony Horton's workout is anything but confusing

    Tony Horton's workout is anything but confusing
    Tony Horton, the chiseled face and torso behind the extreme workout program P90X, doesn't care if you lose 10 pounds. He's not about helping you get ripped abs in five minutes. Instead, Horton wants you to get hooked on health. All you need is "a body,...
  • Mrs. United States 2011 embraces paleo lifestyle

    Mrs. United States 2011 embraces paleo lifestyle
    Two years ago, Mrs. United States 2011 Shannon Ford was diagnosed with celiac disease, an intestinal disorder triggered by eating gluten. Since then, she has embraced "a paleo lifestyle" that includes eating lean meats, vegetables, fruits and nuts and...
  • Short and social workouts led fitness trends in 2012

    Short and social workouts led fitness trends in 2012
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - From mud races to sweat parties to CrossFit competitions, workouts turned smarter, shorter and more social in 2012, experts say, as fitness was sweetened with a little help from smart phones and friends. "Everything is about making...
  • Olympic sailor is all about CrossFit, paleo diet

    Olympic sailor is all about CrossFit, paleo diet
    Plantation resident Anna Tunnicliffe competed in women's match racing for Team USA at the Olympics this summer. She won gold at the 2008 Olympics in a different class of sailing. Since devoting herself to boats professionally, she has been two-time World...
  • Shape Up! Five fun ways to stay on the road to fitness

    Shape Up! Five fun ways to stay on the road to fitness
    Fall is near and our incentive to have bikini-fit bodies may be coming to an end. Or is it? Most experts would agree that the importance of year-round fitness is essential. So with big holiday meals looming in the distance, you might want to get motivated...
  • Gear: New ways to be old school

    Jump, push, pull, lift, move. The boom in functional fitness, led by hot, high-intensity programs such as CrossFit and P90X that use traditional exercise movements and gear, has caused people to look at old-school strength in new ways. The result: house-...
  • No shadows on Jenna Lee's fitness spotlight

    No shadows on Jenna Lee's fitness spotlight
    When your dad, Bob Lee, has played in the Super Bowl — twice — there is a familial expectation that you'll be athletic. Jenna Lee is the youngest anchor in cable news networks, and her show "Happening Now" for Fox News often runs her ragged...
  • South Florida native Niki Taylor: 'I'm a very physical model'

    South Florida native Niki Taylor: 'I'm a very physical model'
    Supermodel Niki Taylor was born in Fort Lauderdale, grew up in Pembroke Pines, and achieved international success as a teen — gracing the covers of Elle, Vogue and Shape magazines. She was featured in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue twice. In...
  • Ryan Lochte, UF swim team endure intense workouts at Patrick Air Force Base

    Ryan Lochte, UF swim team endure intense workouts at Patrick Air Force Base
    What does an 11-time Olympic medalist do to challenge himself in a workout? He visits Patrick Air Force Base to take part in pararescue indoctrination training. Olympians Ryan Lochte and Connor Dwyer joined their alma mater University of Florida swim...
  • Interview: Marlon Wayans talks 'A Haunted House,' explains 'Scary Movie' exit

    Interview: Marlon Wayans talks 'A Haunted House,' explains 'Scary Movie' exit
    You won't see Marlon Wayans reprising his role as Ripcord in "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" this spring — he and most of his co-stars were written out of the sequel to 2009's "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" — but you will see him in the found-footage...