Ever since it was first established in Santa Cruz in 1995, the strength and conditioning system known as CrossFit has grown rapidly in popularity in the Bay Area and across the country. Today there are approximately 4,400 CrossFit gyms, with a good number in East Bay
The South Bay Area offers some fantastic dog-friendly hiking trails for everyone from those who like slow, short strolls to more seasoned pairs ready for an exhilarating challenge.
There is no escaping the aging process, but there are many things you can do to stay fit and healthy longer.
A unique idea for San Jose’s old city hall building is starting to literally “take shape,” as one county supervisor wants to use the old government headquarters to help government workers stay fit and trim by turning it into a gym.
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.
KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid looks at some technological gadgets at CES aimed at keeping consumers healthy.
Thousands of runners will lace up their sneakers for a grueling trek through the city known as The San Francisco Marathon next Sunday. But for some, the exercise will be more about the journey than the finish.
If the gym or the daily run isn’t really doing it for you anymore, maybe it’s time to step things up a bit and find a new challenge to rekindle or even replace your flopping fitness routine.
Oakland residents will be able to swim, work out and dance at a new sports facility that opened in East Oakland on Thursday.
Take your run from the treadmill to the streets. San Francisco’s hills are perfect for toning your tush and the city featutres plenty of parks and sweeping views that are always worth the sweat.