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Longevity experts can tell us how to put the “golden” into our later years. For me, my great-aunt is a shining example!
Walking is still the simplest, most efficient way to embark on a long-term wellness journey for body, mind and spirit. Here is a simple program to get you started!
Sometimes all you need to calm down is a simple breathing exercise. Our certified trainer Celine shows us how in two simple steps!
Toronto-based jewelry designer Francoise Turner-Larcade gives us her inside scoop on fit after forty. Hint: Includes lots of brown rice, moderate exercise (nothing extreme), and homemade facials!
Getting out the door to exercise for the first time can be tough – especially after a 60-pound weight gain. FTI Co-founder Rebeca Plantier explains!
An ex-professional dancer turned Total Barre instructor and fitness guru tells us how to get toned for real! No tutus required!
Yes, this headline goes against everything we stand for at Fit to Inspire. Just like being pregnant, moving homes, or getting a flat tire, there’s never a really convenient time to squeeze fitness into everyday life. Who has the time, really?
Women in 12 cities across the United States participated in the Fit to Inspire Post-Thanksgiving Waddles!
Right, here goes. I am about to embark on a 15-pound challenge. It’s been a long time coming.
Miles Hilton-Barber, blind adventurer, inspires others to achieve their full potential through his own incredible feats
Call it marketing wizardry. Call it hocus-pocus. All I can say is that the Power Balance wristband works for me.
In an FTI exclusive interview, Bellyfit founder Alice Bracegirdle recounts her journey from welfare mom to fitness guru.
One of our favorite icons offers a little lesson on fitness as fun.
How can you take a tragic event and turn it into a positive one? Mahi shares the story of losing a friend to cancer, and taking her memories on the running field.
“I’ve spent my whole life taking care of my family, my extended family, and running a business. Now that I am retired, I can focus more on body and spirit – the running around I do is for me!”