Tracking human health through fitness devices is all the rage – how much we eat, how long we sleep. And some new devices gives us insight into our pets too, as it tracks our dogs.
Trend tracker Shaye Strager said she’s seen many sports-inspired outfits during New York City’s Fashion Week.
Throwing a few right hooks will get your heart pumping and makes for the ultimate stress relief. Sign up for a class or try a private lesson at one of our five favorite boxing gyms.
High-intensity interval training is in; Zumba is out.
Here at CBSNewYork, we’re committed to helping you keep your 2013 resolution to work out more. We’ve shared with you our favorite healthy lunches for the new year, along with our picks for the best boxing gyms, yoga studios and creative fitness classes. And now we’re talking Pilates.
With all the temptations, the challenge to keep your diet on track can seem insurmountable, but with these ten tips, your skinny jeans will be thanking you come January 1st.
Think you can’t dance? Head to one of the city’s best dance studios, and let the teachers show you otherwise. All offer instruction in the art of moving your body masterfully and majestically, for beginners and experts alike.
Health and fitness apps designed to help with everything from diet and exercise to monitoring a health condition have been gaining popularity.
Follow Bethenny Frankel’s tips for packing light so that your luggage doesn’t slow you down on your next trip.
A new fitness craze is taking over the city. Pedal NYC Fitness Boutique’s 30/30 class involves spinning and TRX. TV 10-55′s Alex Denis reports on the new exercise trend from the Upper West Side.
Short on time? No problem. Circuits are a great way to cram your strength training and cardio into one highly effective workout.
If this summer’s backyard cookouts and rooftop happy hours had you packing on the pounds, there’s time to get back into a workout routine this fall before the holiday rush of parties and indulgent dinners sneak up on us.
This fitness expert will get your heart racing in more ways than one.
It has often been perceived that women are constantly fixated on their diets. Now, a growing number of men have become obsessed with “bulking up.” The new trend has been called “bigorexia” and it could come with some serious health consequences.
Celebrity fitness trainer Karim Ramos showed us for a Fit Minute. He showed us partner squats, partner push-ups and the “half burpee.”