Busy weekend ahead! Krewe of Centaur Mardi Gras Parade on Saturday and then the Super Bowl on Sunday means a weekend full of partying and fuller bellies! But if you're committed to fitness, what should you do? I spoke to local fitness instructor Heather Binyon, who provided some healthy advice …
Here's a video of some guy doing dead lifts at some competition who gets sick ... but keeps on going. "LIFT!!" ... **picks it up** *vomits* ... "DOWN!!" weight is added and repeated. After watching this video I'm done with the internet for the day.
Anyone who's been listening to my show for any length of time knows I'm a horse person. Yes, I'm like a little girl begging for a pony most days... Except we have five (two of them mine, Paisano and Under Pressure, check 'em out here).
Here's the story of a man who went from 120 lbs and had to be hospitalized for anorexia, to how he recovered to not only become a body builder but also a competitive eater named Furious Pete. Pretty inspiring stuff for a Monday if you ask me.
Arthur Boorman was a disabled veteran of the Gulf War for 15 years, and was told by his doctors that he would never be able to walk on his own, ever again. You'll notice that statement is past tense. "Magic is believing in yourself, if you can do that, you can make anything happen.&…
One of the hardest things for a guy to do is start an exercise regimen. What you need to get yourself off the couch and moving is some kind of motivation. We may have found the perfect tool: the undead.
Move over, oil and water: A local FOX affiliate in Houston, TX, has discovered a new phenomenon that will have everyone scratching their heads. It's called -- wait for it -- Pole Fitness for Jesus, a bi-weekly program in which women dance on a stripper pole set to Christian music.