I often have to remind people how cardio, weight training and diet activities, in unison, will help them reach their weight loss goals quicker.
Weight training also helps prevent fatigue during cardio, allowing you to increase your lung capacity and strengthen your heart.
A weighlifter's special burden
Whether his arms fell off or not, he said, he was going to lift 500 pounds.
Even after one of their most successful seasons in a decade, it was hard for the Edgewater Eagles to escape the pressure of a rivalry game for the ages.
Urban coyote public meeting
Experts will be available to address questions and concerns regarding coyotes in eastern Orange County.
Can the Knights take it over Tulsa?
Tulsa may seem like an easy match for UCF’s football team on paper, with a 2-7 overall record this season, but the Knights have a bad history they’ll contend with when they meet this week.
Tips to remove tricky water stains
If the standing water around the vases hasn’t buckled the wood, you should be able to deal with the stains without too much effort.
Not every Millennial is flaky and self-entitled; so don’t forget to include them in your marketing plan.
In fact, you’ll find that if you simply speak their language and treat them with respect, they can be some of the best buyers out there.
We human beings are both the creators — and the products — of cultures.
Belonging to our “culture” are such diverse things as our educational standards, manners, what’s playing at the local movie theater and on the TV, our crime, and our punishment of criminals.
Do you dream of hosting the perfect family Thanksgiving celebration? Is it your fantasy to throw a New Year’s party that all of your friends remember?
These are things you should let a Realtor know, regardless of what time of year it is!
Thank you, Maitland veterans
Thank you, Maitland veterans, service men and women, and guests for your participation in the event honoring and celebrating veterans on Sunday, Nov. 9, at Venue on the Lake.
I believe if residents knew about all of the benefits, the city’s zoning limitations and so on, they would be able to make a more educated decision.
I feel that after talking about building a downtown for 15 years, the city finally has a decent proposal.
The Republican mind is a thing of unmitigated wonder as it devolves backward to the 14th century.
Speaking of black holes, I just love the Republican mind, don’t you? I like how ideas to address what challenges America are lost there.
The Winter Park Concours d’ Elegance – now in its 13th year – is a full weekend of activities.
Sunday’s Concours will display more than 160 of the world’s finest automobiles arranged by make and model, chronologically and by private collection for viewing interest.
City to start grant program
Winter Park’s latest effort to revitalize West Fairbanks Avenue may be giving local storefronts a facelift.
DPAC opens in style
On Nov. 6, Orlando celebrated the grand opening of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts with a ribbon cutting ceremony and tour of the brand new facility.
Remember: The best toys are kid-powered.
Consider some extra-value toys, the ones that engage a child and don’t depend on battery life.
St. Margaret Mary celebrates 60 years
St. Margaret Mary Catholic School in downtown Winter Park will celebrate its 60th anniversary this Saturday, Nov. 15, with a mass and reception.
Residents threaten legal action
One of the most controversial College Park developments in recent memory finally passed last Monday to the dismay of some College Park residents – but not without a potential legal battle on the horizon.
Happy Hour for Hunger
In an effort to fight hunger this holiday season, the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Winter Park Village to host Happy Hour for Hunger on Thursday, Nov. 13.
Vet celebrates homecoming
A wounded Army veteran came one step closer to finding a new home in Winter Park on Tuesday morning – the same day that soldiers across the country from past and present were honored and celebrated.