More people are resolving to gain more muscle and strength in 2020 versus losing weight or getting skinny.
A new study shows that one in three people in the US would stop having sex for a year to achieve their fitness goals.
If you look at statistics from years past, most Americans resolve to get fit and healthy, about 50%, so one Valley health club is helping them do just that in 2020. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
A Decatur man spent much of 2019 hiking the Appalachian Trail, a New Year's resolution that he won't soon top.
Critics of the high-end exercise equipment maker say the ad is sexist and classist.
Local personal Trainer Becky Hoodie talks about drinking habits that could be making you gain weight.
“It’s simple,” Hanna Alger said. “ There’s nothing that I have to do other than get up and move one foot in front of the other. I can start when I want and I can stop whenever I want and it just lets me be me.”
“I feel much better about myself now and getting compliments from younger men and women sure boosts the self-esteem," the grandmother said.
Busy lives sometimes mean putting aside things that are good for us like a healthy meal or a workout. A valley company is working to help women find the time to take care of themselves through a simple service called My Athlete Box.
People who work out in the morning seem to lose more weight than people completing the same workouts later in the day, that’s according to a study that’s lasted almost ten years.
FOX 10's Renee Nelson reports
What if you could cut your workouts to just a few days a week, but still get the same results you get by working out every day?
FOX 10's Ty Brennan checks out Burn Boot Camp Gilbert on Power Road just south of Rittenhouse. https://burnbootcamp.com/locations/gilbert-az