Because of the pandemic, your workout will look vastly different from 2020 and other years. Buzz60’s Lenneia Batiste has more on what to expect.
Drew Barrymore finds it hard to “work out every day” now that she has kids, as she no longer prioritises her gym routine.
If you’re looking for some part-time work, Pennygem’s Justin Kircher has some of the top jobs for you to earn a little extra cash.
For those positive with COVID, it may be best to avoid working out for the foreseeable future.
Bring the gym to your home for way less than a yearly membership.
Are you missing the energetic gym environment? Can’t wait to reunite with your favorite workout buddy? In the meantime, the Garmin vívoactive 4S can keep you company. The watch combines activity tracking along with workout profiles for a host of activities, including strength training, which can even keep track of your reps.
Some gyms around the world might be reopening, which is a great thing for gym rats everywhere, but you still need to take some precautions. Bu…
It depends on where you live and the precautions you and the gym take.
Bring the gym to your little corner of the living room with this compact stationary bike.
How to stay safe and get in a productive workout this summer. Buzz60’s Sean Dowling has more.
Unlike most of the rest of the State of Wisconsin, the City of Racine Health Department still has restrictions in place under a new Forward Ra…
The Vilas Zoo, Goodman Pool, beaches and movie theaters are among the places not opening yet.
After a Lake Geneva health club exhausted all possible legal avenues to be declared an essential business, the club’s operator decided to open…
Her dance moves are red hot, her style is sizzling. But always one to fan the flames of pop culture, Britney Spears has announced that she accidentally burned down her home gym.
Increase your general activity throughout the day by walking more, using your car less, taking the stairs, doing more gardening and yard work and cleaning your house.
This column is another “slice of life” of one aspect of Lake Geneva’s history almost a half century ago.