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Central Ohioans dive into new year with new goals, challenges to reach them

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Commit to be Fit: Central Ohioans participating in New Year challenges to jumpstart their health and fitness goals this January. Get inspired here:Read more

Metro Parks host first Winter Hike of the season

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Metro Parks to host 13 winter hikes through February.Read more


Family shares love of Metro Parks from one generation to the next

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The love of Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks is shared by many.Read more

Don't let winter wreck your workout

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This time of year, it can be difficult to keep your exercise routine if you have one. Read more

How to handle the Thanksgiving calorie surge

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It’s time for turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole, pumpkin pie and everything else that tops your Thanksgiving dinner table. So, is there such a thing as healthy...Read more

New guidelines count short bursts of activity, housework as exercise

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Move more, sit less and get kids active as young as age 3, say new federal guidelines that stress that any amount and any type of exercise helps health.Read more

Unwrapping the calories in favorite Halloween candies

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But if those Halloween treats do get the best of you, don’t beat yourself up. Just get back on track.Read more

Get the most out of your workout with personal trainers

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Personal trainers can give you support with your fitness goals and help you with other health aspects outside of the gym, like nutrition. Read more

Former ballerina, Harvard grad may have created the next big thing in fitness

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Former ballerina and Harvard alumna Brynn Putnam believes our fascination with our image is fueling the next big trend in fitness.Read more

Students participates in National Walk to School Day

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Students took part by walking or biking with members of the Columbus Police Department and Columbus Public Health. Read more