The New Age of Yoga
Get acquainted with six unique variations of yoga offered in Austin. If you're note a yogi, one of these classes might inspire you to become one
Eye on the Pride
These kids are redefining their physical limits by focusing on what they can do and challenging what they can’t
Ready to get back into your routine? These tips make school days more manageable for you and your kids
Anatomy of a Pose: Chaturanga Dandasana
Lay the foundation of your Vinyasa practice by perfecting this pose (plus the transition to Upward Dog)
Fit Finds: Festival Essentials
Prepare for fun in the sun with these festival essentials
New to Austin September 2015
Studios and stores for fitness-minded folks
A yoga newbie dives in headfirst (literally) by trying stand-up paddleboard yoga
All Reps Matter
Exercise doesn’t discriminate. When we sweat together, we stay together
Tim Zeddies, Ph.D.
Healthy Bits - September 2015
The science behind health and wellness
Discover! — Williamson County Park
Rejoice in the recreational activities that the 800-acre WilCo property has to offer
FAQ - September 2015
Your health and fitness questions. Our answers.
Workout: Expand Lower Body Forces with Speed, Strength and Stability
Challenge these three S’s with this lower body circuit.
Diane Vives, M.S., C.S.C.S., N.S.C.A.-C.P.T.
Secrets to Making It in the NFL (and Staying There)
Former Longhorn and longtime NFL defensive lineman Cory Redding shares his secrets to staying healthy and injury-free
Brad Cason is creating a high-demand for custom carbon fiber bicycles
A co-working space specifically started to serve health and wellness businesses
Saddle up and become cycling savvy with this guide
Hatch Corn Cashew Chowder
Although it’s commonly known as a hot dish enjoyed in cold weather seasons, this vegan take on chowder can be served chilled on a hot Austin day
Kelly Arthrell – Central Market
Diet Definition: Paleo
In this month’s installment, the paleo diet is explained. Rule #1: Meet meat!
What Were You Thinking?
When you’re training and competing in an Ironman race, your biggest competitor is often your head