Category: "Fit X Family" Articles

Raising a Fit Family
April 2, 2020
After the birth of their first child, Christophe and Patricia Ponsart ran a triathlon together. Then they did it again after their second kiddo, and yet again with their third. The tradition checked a...
Home Gym Hideaway — The Bunker
April 1, 2020
What comes to mind when you think of a home gym? Is it a garage turned into a partial gym space? One-half fits actual fitness equipment, while the other half is filled with storage...
Eight Places to Beat the Heat With Your Kids
July 31, 2018
  1. Schlitterbahn Waterpark 400 N. Liberty Ave., New Braunfels   2. Typhoon Texas Waterpark 18500 TX-130 North Service Road   3. Liz Carpenter Fountain at Butler Park 1000 Barton Springs Road   4....
Grabbing Life by the Vines
December 1, 2017
Bruce and Ronda Prothro inspire us to continue to pursue our passions, stay active, and prioritize relationships and community at every age. They have found a challenging yet sustainable way to maintain these priorities...
Better Together
June 1, 2017
Support groups for men and women who desire to be better parents, role models, and partners.
Fitness for the Future
June 1, 2017
Introducing kids to an active lifestyle.
SuperMoms
June 1, 2017
We all know those women who appear to possess mystical magical powers. They raise perfect children, they have stellar jobs, and they excel at every sport they pursue. How in the world do they...
Introducing Your Pups to Your Newborn
March 1, 2017
  Dogs are often a couple’s “first child” and are treated as members of the family. When the family grows and parents welcome their first human baby, a bit of prep work can make...
Soar Through Your Pregnancy
February 1, 2017
The nine-month journey of pregnancy creates an unforgettable experience. The physical changes to a woman’s body coupled with new hormones can offer a sense of calm, and sometimes a side of discomfort. While many...
How to Coach Your Kids
February 1, 2017
Have you ever…wait, scratch that. How often do you look in the mirror and criticize your appearance? We all do it. Now, the real question: How many times have you looked in the mirror...
Yoga Poses for Family Festivities
December 1, 2016
The Little Yoga House: thelittleyogahouse.com Parenting is challenging. Making sure everyone's needs are met (including your own) can often seem overwhelming and exhausting. Stress, anxiety, and chaos are all emotions most parents experience daily, yet...
Setting a Healthy Example for Kids
November 1, 2015
Just as I took another bite of my juicy Top Notch double cheeseburger with jalapeños, my 7-year-old asked me, "Is that cheeseburger healthy?" I held up my index finger to signal that I needed...
Marathon High Builds Runners, Shapes Lives
September 1, 2014
Early on the morning of Feb. 16, 2014, 81 middle school- and high school-aged students stood quietly as a group on the northwest grounds of the Texas State Capitol. They were just a small...
Finding Remedy in Racing
August 1, 2014
In 2007, at just 4 years of age, Ainsley Rossiter was diagnosed with neuroaxonal dystrophy, a rare, degenerative, and terminal developmental disorder usually affecting children between the ages of 18 months and 6 years....
The Specialized Child Athlete
April 1, 2014
As more youth athletes focus on one sport, the need for physical fitness training increases.
For the Kids, By the Kids
April 1, 2014
Since its inception in Dallas in 2010, Camp Spark has expanded throughout the United States into nine cities and serves approximately 300 kids.
Lisa Mazur Teaches a Fit Lifestyle
January 1, 2014
This Irving Middle School teacher helps her San Antonio students find a healthier lifestyle.
Self Care Leads to Self Sufficiency
December 4, 2013
The Saint Louise House empowers homeless women and children.
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