I ran into a friend on the street this past spring. "Oh!" I said. "I didn't realise you played tennis." She replied: "I don't," then offered no explanation as to why she was wearing a little skirt.
The amazing collection of doctors assembled at Kensington’s Town Hall for the Anti-Aging Conference were not actually anti-aging. They were in favour of aging, they just want us to do it well.
I used to work in banking, which at times was mentally tough. Now I'm exploring something physically tough. But at the end of the day, it's still all about throwing your weight around and winning the order / deal / fight (delete as applicable).
You’ve probably seen them at the gym. They’re big, they don’t say much, and they are preoccupied with lifting.
Only you can decide how you impress them: By doing it, or just talking about it?
Spring, it is a-coming. And that means that summer, and its less forgiving wardrobe, is right around the corner. Need to kick start your routine? We've got a personal trainer to explain just how.
A new info-graphic from OnlineCollegeCourses.com, states that 'exercise stimulates brain cell growth'. Who knew?
Times are moving swiftly. What was once deemed a socially taboo form of entertainment, indulged in only by the rich or the famous (or bankers), usually under the cover of darkness, is now mainstream family fun.
Londoners, Forget the Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics. Summer 2012 will be remembered for the hula hoop that rolled back.*
Driving through downtown Minneapolis on a Sunday at noon revealed a few things: no one seems to actually live downtown. And the baseball fans have all gone home. But not all of the partiers. Not the ones on the moving bar heading north on 2nd Avenue.