Exercise

A man gets his workout practicing parkour (CBS)

Parkour Going Mainstream With First Ever NorCal Gym

People are gravitating toward a number of novel workout regimens these days, but only one of them can claim the distinction of being the first sport to ever spread across the world through YouTube.

05/07/2012

Yoga (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

HealthWatch: Don’t Count Weight Loss Among Yoga’s Benefits

A growing number of Americans are choosing to unplug from stressed-out, buzzed-up lives with the help of Yoga – but new research suggests that there are limits to the benefits of the ancient practice.

05/01/2012

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Attractive and Active: Best Athletic Wear Stores In San Francisco

One of the perks of living in San Francisco are the great options for working out outdoors. This year, don’t get stuck inside. Instead opt to get fit cycling across the Golden Gate bridge, hiking one of the many nearby trails, or swimming near the Bay.

03/06/2012

A Vasper workout. (CBS)

New Workout Gets Attention From Bay Area Athletes, NASA

Exercise programs that make bold claims is nothing new. But a new kind of workout has grabbed the attention of Bay Area athletes, rescuers and NASA scientists.

02/28/2012

A woman is exercising using an antigravity treadmill. The idea was originally developed by scientists at NASA Ames in Mountain View. (CBS)

HealthWatch: New Treadmill Helps Users Defy Gravity

A new generation of treadmills developed in the Bay Area is using NASA technology to help users defy gravity.

01/30/2012

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Spandex Optional: Best Cycle Shops In San Francisco

San Francisco is a cyclist’s dream and the city is equipped with excellent shops. Several shops even specialize in high-end road racers and team gear. There are also specialty shops with cyclocross bikes, touring bikes, […]

01/14/2012

(CBS)

New Study Shows Walking Helps Retain Long-Term Memory

According to new research, it turns out you can walk your way to better memory.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–02/06/2011

(AP)

CDC Releases Alarming Diabetes Prediction

A new projection released Friday by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested that the number of Americans with diabetes had the potential to double or triple by 2050.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–10/22/2010

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