Whether you’re looking to completely revamp your current exercise routine or just add a drop-in class or two to your schedule, these options can offer you an easy, less-expensive option to do so in the Detroit area.
This weekend, I had an additional reason to run.
Just because it’s winter in Detroit, doesn’t mean you can’t still find some great groups and clubs dedicated to running and fitness in and around the Metro Detroit area.
There are a lot of ways to get in better physical condition and plenty of places to do it. But if you are looking for what is possibly the ultimate workout, consider CrossFit training.
Would you like a fitness routine that is all pelvic thrusts all the time?
If you’re someone who sits for hours at a time, how do you feel when you finally stand-up? Aches? Pain? Well, there is a way to curb those side effects with some easy, at work exercises that could qualify as a mini-cardio workout.
This year, make sure your New Year’s fitness resolution includes your kids. Doing so could make working out and losing weight a lot more.
The 12 Bally Total Fitness locations in Metro Detroit are being converted to L.A. Fitness clubs under a deal announced Thursday.
Living in the hustle and bustle of Metro Detroit can get hectic and we might forget about all the natural beauty that surrounds the area. An inexpensive way to enjoy the outdoors and get some exercise is by taking a bike ride.
Looking for a workout away from the usual gym and without the monthly fees and contracts, maybe a way to mix it up staying in shape? Consider one of these spots for a workout that gets you out of the same ol’ gym.
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