• Circuit training is an efficient and challenging form of conditioning. It works well for developing strength, endurance (both aerobic and anaerobic), flexibility and coordination.
    Advanced strength training tips and techniques designed for those with intermediate to advanced skills.
    Video games like the WiiFit and Dance Dance Revolution make exercising really fun. FitbyFun.com gives you a free video workout game so you can enjoy aerobic and dance exercises without shelling out cash. Animated characters guide you through warm-up and cool-down moves and the main workout. Choose from different routines, workout music and backgrounds so exercising never gets boring.
    Exercisetv.tv is like having an extensive workout DVD library at home. Get free videos, from simple demonstrations of one exercise to full-length workouts, featuring expert and celebrity trainers. Choose workouts that target specific body parts, workouts using equipment you already own or go wild and try a new workout video everyday.

    Running can help you lose weight and get rid of stress. While this site won’t run for you, it’ll help you keep track of your run using GoogleMaps. Share routes with other runners and share stories and tips in the message boards. Sign up for a challenge for more excitement.
    Articles, poses (asana), all the basics for beginners, intermediate, and advanced.

    No need to go to an exclusive resort in the mountains to achieve Zen; YogaToday.com brings Zen to your computer screen. You’ll get a new yoga video every day, with certified yoga instructors at scenic Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  Don’t worry if you’re not a pro; there are videos for beginners and advanced yogis.

    You don’t need to hire health and fitness specialists get expert advice.  The American Council on Exercise has hundreds of articles on safety tips, designing your workout, and exercise advice for those with medical conditions. They’re all in one-pagers so you can print them out and read on the go.
    Welcome to The Aerobics Dictionary!This section of turnstep.com has animated pictures and descriptions for many aerobics moves
    Strength training is using some form of resistance against muscular contraction in order to build strength, anaerobic endurance and the size of your muscles. There are many different methods of strength training, the most common being the use of barbells, dumbbells and machines. Strength training should be part of any balanced fitness or sports training program which also includes aerobic and flexibility exercises.
    Go Hiking Today!!  These websites will help get you outdoors and on the trail of your dreams.  Get ready to go hiking!!
    Featured articles on physical activity.

    The Healthy Eating Pyramid was updated in 2008. This food pyramid was developed by the Harvard School of Public Health and is based on scientific evidence about the links between diet and health.  The Harvard School of Public Health offers information to help you make better choices about how to eat. Let’s find out what this food pyramid is all about, from the bottom and up.

    Providing easy, online access to government information on food and human nutrition
    for consumers.
    A service of the National Agricultural Library, USDA.

    Zumba Fitness® is the only Latin-inspired dance-fitness program that blends red-hot international music, created by Grammy Award-winning producers, and contagious steps to form a "fitness-party" that is downright addictive.

    Since its inception in 2001, Zumba Fitness has grown to become the world’s largest – and most successful – dance-fitness program with more than 10 million people of all shapes, sizes and ages taking weekly Zumba classes in over 90,000 locations across more than 110 countries.
    Open year-round, Taconic Outdoor Education Center (TOEC) provides environmental education, outdoor recreation, Project Adventure, maple sugaring, retreats, and public programs for elementary schools to high schools, scout troops and clubs. Highland Lodge, with a wood-burning stone fireplace, colorful nature displays, comfortable woodland cabins, friendly service, excellent meals and knowledgeable educators is a perfect fit for these activities. Some visitors stay overnight, while others visit for a day. Center staff also visit schools and provide lessons in classrooms
Last Modified on September 16, 2011