Dear Dr. Baskett: I have lost about 35 pounds, and now I want to maintain my weight. How much do I have to exercise?
“Exercise has been demonstrated over and over to be useful,” Johnson says. “Truth is, any level is of value.” Walking, he says “gets you outside, and some outside is good as long as you don’t overdo it. The best way to get Vitamin D is sunshine.”Years added? At least three years. That’s the …
Paraplegic Richard Kelly hand pedals his three-wheeled cycle down Sugar Avenue. Kelly rides thousands of miles per year in Billings.
Paraplegic Richard Kelly hand pedals his three-wheel cycle thousands of miles per year in Billings. He proves that sitting in a chair all day doesn’t mean you have to be idle.
^pNEW YORK — Americans’ obsession with jeans is beginning to wear thin.
Local cycling enthusiasts are encouraged by signs that Billings is becoming a more bicycle-friendly community.
Jay Marschall, owner of Gym Jay in Billings, never had to call 911 for a client until he met Carl Parker.
Kory Johnson weighed about 250 pounds before attending a seminar at St. Vincent Healthcare's Weight Management Clinic in April 2009. He has since lost 80 pounds and has maintained that for four years.
One of the first public, group events in which Kory Johnson competed after losing 80 pounds was the Heart and Sole, in which he ran the 10K.
Kory Johnson works out at Fitness 19 at Central Avenue and West 32nd Street in Billings. Regular workouts help Johnson maintain his 80-pound weight loss.
Regular workouts at Fitness 19 in Billings help Kory Johnson maintain his 80-pound weight loss, which he has sustained for about four years.
Yoga has taken flight in downtown Billings.
BOULDER CITY, Nev. — It’s easy to trade the wild ways of Las Vegas for the wilds of the nearby Colorado River: All it takes is a call to a boating outfitter and a federally-approved form of ID.
Derek Stone was expecting a handful of kids, maybe five if things got busy.
Technotronic's "Pump Up the Jam" thumped through the gym while students from kindergarten through sixth grade raced to be first to complete a series of push-ups, sit-ups and jumping jacks.
Daniel Pitman, 9, in front, and Braden Bramhall, 10, do sit-ups during an after-school program at Beartooth Elementary School on Tuesday. The program was started with a Fit Kids grant from the Big Sky State Games.
Students exercise after school at Beartooth Elementary School on Tuesday. It's part of a program that was started with a Fit Kids grant from the Big Sky State Games.