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Fitness

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  • Racing for fun, charity

    Locals are stretching their muscles and lacing up their running shoes in preparation for the seventh annual O.C. Marathon Sunday. The weekend kicked off Friday with the opening of the Active Lifestyle Expo, which also runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m....
  • Run toward fitness

    Run toward fitness
    COSTA MESA — Watch out marathon runners, the next generation of competitors is rounding the bend. As preview for what was in store the next day, about 2,000 kids 6 and younger participated in the Kids Run the OC event at the Orange County...
  • My Pet World: Ways to deal with a timid stray kitten and company

    Question: My daughter planned to take in a stray kitten, but her two cats weren't friendly. She ended up giving the kitten to me. At first, he spent most of his time under the bed but now he's very loving toward me. If I sit down, he's in my lap. However,...
  • Lululemon opening at South Coast Plaza

    Editor's note:This corrects the cost of Sunday's class. Yoga-inspired apparel brand Lululemon Athletica will open a retail store with a kickoff party Thursday night at South Coast Plaza, according to a store announcement. The store, which sells high-...
  • On Faith: A day of spiritual practice can do wonders

    A day of rest. A day of mindfulness, of slowing down to appreciate life. A "Sabbath." Regardless of religious background, a day devoted to spirituality — to "be" instead of to "do" — calls for motivation, creativity and planning. Cell...
  • Community Commentary: Move more, eat less is a good mantra to have

    First of two parts. "Simplify, simplify," — Henry David Thoreau We have a national epidemic of overweight people and obesity, now affecting two-thirds of adults and one-third of children. For the first time in modern history, life expectancy is...
  • Horoscopes

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): You can't win them all. Avoid conflicts with someone who rubs you the wrong way, as there is nothing to gain by it. Exercise is an excellent way to vent pent-up frustrations. Social gatherings may be a bore. TAURUS (April 20-...
  • New fitness club hopes to revitalize area

    New fitness club hopes to revitalize area
    NEWPORT BEACH — After being plagued for years by dwindling foot traffic, tenants of the Via Lido Plaza shopping complex hope that the opening of a new fitness club will help put them on the treadmill to economic health. Construction crews were...
  • Cuban ballet touching down in O.C.

    One of the world's top ballet companies will stop at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts next week. But they're not Russian; they're not even European. They hail from Havana, Cuba. The Cuban National Ballet's production of "The Magic of Dance" will...
  • Community Commentary: The tape measure doesn't lie

    Second of two parts. The following are a few strategic pearls for maintaining a healthy body size, distilled from thousands of hours of clinical conversations and training: Privately, put on tight clothes from your past and look in the mirror. Give away...
  • Health Walk strolls into town Sunday

    Like thousands of young Americans, Irvine resident Samir Jaka never thought that a heart attack could happen to him. When the 30-year-old collapsed during an afternoon basketball game with friends in April 2010 at Lemongrass Park in Irvine, the pain...
  • IVC faces another challenging season

    "It isn't whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game" is an old sports adage, maybe outdated in today's "win-at-all-costs" era. But at Irvine Valley College, women's soccer Coach Simon Davies is old school. He has to be. The Lasers play in...