Several players for the Pittsburgh Steelers took a healthy message to students at Allegheny Traditional Academy Middle School on Tuesday.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald joined the “Friends of South Park” Friday afternoon, cutting the ribbon on a new Fitness Trail.
If you’re tired of your workout regimen or maybe you need motivation to get started in the first place, there’s a product that might be just what you need.
A local man has completed a sports event that most of us get winded just thinking about. He competed in a triathlon every day for 30 days.
A woman in California has ignited an Internet firestorm with a photo she posted of herself and her three children.
A large new study from the American Cancer Society finds walking an hour a day could significantly reduce an older woman’s chances of getting breast cancer.
The Great Race expo is underway at the convention center and you can really find a little bit of everything.
For hospitals, the third week of September is one of the busiest weeks of the year.
Lisa Seaman, a personal trainer with Fitness Quest Personal Training and Consulting, joined KDKA’s Robert Mangino to talk about realistic steps you can take to get healthy and in shape.
Whether you are fit or not, chances are you sit a lot.
In a new book called “Walk Your Butt Off,” co-author Leslie Bonci, who’s the dietician for the Pirates, Steelers, Penguins and more, has a program to get you walking to lose weight and get healthy.
Walking is the most natural form of exercise. It’s something we’re all born to do.
Playing video games used to be anything but a workout. Then came “motion gaming” and that changed everything. Now, there are video games specifically designed to help you get in shape.
If the prospect of joining a gym sends chills up your spine or the idea of committing to a long term membership contract is not your style, then check out some of the places on this list. Here are the best budget fitness classes in Pittsburgh.
Dr. Gerald Pifer hosted Medical Frontiers and was joined by sports and emergency medicine expert Dr. Moira Davenport to discuss sports related injuries and prevention.