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Category Archives: Fitness

Denver-based CorePower Yoga to open first studio in New York City

CorePower got its start in Denver in 2002, opening its first yoga studio at 13th Avenue and Grant Street in Capitol Hill.

Personal trainer from Gold Hill sets record with 57 fourteeners in 32 days, eight hours

Joe Grant, a trainer for endurance athletes, spent a little more than 32 days pedaling to and climbing all the Colorado fourteeners, setting a self-propelled, self-supported record.

Mind’s Eye: Lessons from an Olympic bicycle racer

If we’re to succeed as a country, perhaps it’s time to slow down a little, and let those others catch up. Maybe we can all win the race.

What’s that colorful tape on the beach volleyball players? It’s kinesio tape. Here’s how it works.

That colorful tape on the beach volleyball players in the Rio Olympics? It’s a big lift for athletes.

Want that new job? Skip the cocktails, slap on your running shoes and start “sweatworking”

For years, business networking has meant after-work drinks or a shared meal. Now, for some, it’s all about grabbing a pair of running shoes and bonding over a fitness class, thanks to sweatworking.

Free adaptive yoga program for traumatic brain injury helps those with TBI balance their recovery

Most of us think of pretzel-like shapes when we think of yoga, but teachers training for an upcoming adaptive-yoga course had to take on a different challenge — teaching the muscle engagement required for downward-facing dog pose while sitting in a chair. The techniques teachers learned in recent sessions at The River Power Vinyasa Yoga, […]

Yoga goes urban at Union Station with first Denver Yoga Festival

the Denver Yoga Festival is showing off its urban chic in a four-day extravaganza Aug. 4-7 that takes yoga to the streets with a morning yoga class on Union Station Plaza and a yoga flash mob in front of the fountains at Union Station.

To reverse damage of sitting, take a brisk, hour-long walk

If you spend all day sitting, then you might want to schedule some time for a brisk walk — just make sure you can spare at least an hour.

Martial arts training with kids helps Colorado seniors with dementia

More than 30 kids and seniors shouted and waved their arms around Tuesday morning in Little’s Creek Park in Littleton during Anthem Memory Care’s first aikido class for their residents, taught by Denver Ki-Aikido instructors. The sport offers seniors with dementia a number of health benefits, including spacial recognition and mind-body awareness.

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