Among the many great things about Colorado are the many recreational opportunities available both inside and outside. Our Best of Denver celebrates ten examples, with picks including traditional gyms, thoroughly nontraditional spots and even spots on the slopes in anticipation of the soon-to-arrive ... More >>
As the mercury drops and a light drizzle starts to fall at Dick's Sporting Goods Park, the emcee of the Spark Run can't stop reminding us of how much fun we're about to have. "This is not your ordinary night!" he shouts from the top of the scaffolding that overlooks the starting line, as house musi ... More >>
Starting next week, the center of Denver could be the center of your workout. Civic Center Moves is just the latest project promoted by the Civic Center Conservancy to turn Civic Center Park into a more positive Denver space. "People make parks, so starting April 2a, when you work out for free at Ci ... More >>
This week's cover story profiles John Friend, who built his Texas-based Anusara yoga program into one of the country's largest yoga empires before losing it all in a 2012 scandal. Now living in Denver, Friend is collaborating with Desi and Micah Springer, co-owners of Denver-based Vital Yoga, on a n ... More >>
Like every kid in high school, I was forced to fulfill a gym requirement. At George Washington high school, we had the option of taking aerobics -- which secretly I loved, because I dreamed of one day making my own instructional workout videos. Each day our weird instructor -- who had been at the sc ... More >>
Careful -- fall out of your headstand too quickly, and you're liable to tumble down a few hundred steps. This Saturday, August 3, Denver Arts & Venues and long-time partner CorePower Yoga will offer Yoga on the Rocks, a supplement to the popular HealthONE Red Rocks Fitness Challenge, a city-sponsore ... More >>
Despite today's weather, the season of wanderlust is on its way, and with summer comes the big-W Wanderlust festival at Copper Mountain. The annual event gathers yoga teachers and enthusiasts together with chefs, winemakers, musicians (including Moby) and, of course, the great outdoors for meditatio ... More >>
At a Denver Public Schools event about so-called "health justice" earlier today, Alicia Leon, a Denver single mother of four, said the challenge of living healthily is simple: Processed food is cheap, available, and easy to prepare, while fresh produce and healthy meals are expensive, harder to find ... More >>
Starting tomorrow, Aurora will play host to the International Powerlifting Federation World Masters Bench Press Championships. As explained in our cover story about tourism in Aurora, "Wish You Were Here!," local powerlifting champions Dan and Jennifer Gaudreau worked with the fledgling Visit Aurora ... More >>
What do you get when you combine yoga, dance, plyometrics and athletic conditioning? One word: BUTI. Former fitness competitor and competitive skier Bizzie Gold created BUTI (yes, it's pronounced 'booty') after years of training and athletic conditioning inspired her to fuse multiple workout styles ... More >>
Monday, September 19, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
Five years ago, Denver-based Runner's World writer Dimity McDowell and her Portland, Oregon-based running/writing partner Sarah Bowen Shea successfully pitched an article to the magazine, proposing to write about their post-pregnancy training in the lead-up to running the 125-mile TransRockie ... More >>
It's not the most Boulder-ish thing ever to come out of Boulder, but it comes pretty close: barefoot running, the newest cultural export from our neighbors to the northwest and the whitest thing since unpaid internships. If you're not from a place that can price non-whites into trailer parks ... More >>
More athletic than sitting on the couch.Blame it on the holiday influx of cheese logs, goose-meat and cases of Hofbräu, but you've been feeling a little sluggish lately. And broke. Plus, "sluggish" and "broke" is a very negative combination of things to be feeling, according to your court-or ... More >>
Run for your own Happily Ever After in Greeley.
The Black Eyed Peas' credibility, a mainstay in the genre since 1998's Behind the Front, died on Sunday, in a spinning class at the 24-Hour Fitness by my house. It was eleven-years-old. The credibility, once as strong as any hip-hop group's, has been in poor health since 2003, when Fergie ... More >>
When times are tough, it's comforting to know you can always get a nice, cushy government job. And at the City and County of Denver, this can mean earning $28 an hour as a yoga teacher.Yes, Denver is currently advertising for a long list of jobs, including an "on-call fitness instructors" to t ... More >>
Find out whats so funny about art at an Artposium.
The Aetna Park to Park 10 Miler runs its course through the city.
Little Fish Movement Arts offers an elemental celebration.
A yoga master returns to Pueblo for a weekend of inspiration.
Isis's Psychic Fair has it all.
Ah, MySpace, thou art a foul temptress. It's amazing how the social networking website is treated by so many young adults as some sort of secret journal where they can spill their most outlandish desires and drug-addled exploits. It's a virtual candyland for perverts and journalists alike. Nowhere e ... More >>
Yoga 101 gives newbies a gentle start.
Dogs get to stretch with doga.
Pinball Showdown pits game fanatics against machines
The Oxford Club
Taking it to the mats
Lucky Mutt Strut raises money fur a good cause
Latin Dance FX & Fitness
Cherry Creek Trail
Wheat Ridge Recreational Center