Combining brisk exercise with direct access to a long list of health professionals, this popular program has dates scheduled through the end of the year.
Whether you've lived here 50 days or 50 years, get your bucket list on.
Follow the journey of local Louisville cancer survivor as he shares his message with others.
Women have aggression to burn off. Just ask the nearest one. She'll tell you. The Dynamite have a legal way to do that and they want women to stop thinking, "I can't."
Nothing like a 6 a.m. spin class to rev up your engine.
This Louisville bakery offers gluten-free wares sure to tempt.
“The lights are energetic and colorful during class and plyometric intervals and at the end of class during savasana, it feels like you are laying under a sky full of fireflies. It’s pretty magical.”
Join runners participating in the Norton Sport Health Training Program to complete the 2015 Derby Festival Marathon and miniMarathon
Louisville actor John Wells continues to land roles across the country, be a wonderful father and provide fitness training despite a condition that could have had him in a wheelchair.
Better yourself this New Year with resolutions you actually enjoy.
"My best advice is to begin yoga with an open mind and lots of patience with yourself. Yoga isn't for the flexible, the strong or the patient. It is FOR those who can't touch their toes, do a headstand, or focus on their breath."
The family five refers to a new series centered around five things for families to do together throughout the weekends.