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About a year ago, when Tacoma resident John Armstrong was shopping for a trampoline, he wasn’t very happy with what he found online.
When it comes to joining a bike club, the biggest challenge is showing up for the first ride.
During a recent tour of the new crown jewel of Metro Parks Tacoma, it quickly became clear that names like “gym” or “fitness center” simply don’t do justice to the South Tacoma Area Recreation Center.
Jeff Woodworth doesn’t know it but he’s my nemesis.
The way Rochelle LaRose and Erica Eddings describe shedding a combined 205 pounds, losing weight sounds pretty easy.
The path from Mount Rainier to Ruston Way might be downhill but organizers of an emerging local race have spent nearly a decade running uphill.
Pierce County Gets Fit, a local health coalition, is launching a weight loss contest called Pierce County Matchup that will pit teams of five against each other to win cash prizes.
One of the best pieces of workout equipment at your local gym also is one of the easiest ways to hurt yourself.
After years of being out of shape, Renea Atwood and Leslie Kilbourne discovered the key to getting fit: each other.
Yolanda Young-Dae used to get lost on a regular basis looking for the intersection of fitness and fun.