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Basecamp Fitness offers an efficient, effective workout with "assault" bikes and strength training.
Class draws from yoga, Pilates and ballet for an hour of all-in-one cardio, strength and mindfulness.
A yoga master holds foot clinics that can help not only your toes but your aching knees, hips and back.
The new generation of saltwater sensory deprivation tanks offer a taste of deep relaxation — and salt.
A new study confirms that having strong muscles can lengthen your life.
Three new hotels within a 30-mile radius of Minneapolis provide a plush experience at home.
The owner of Salt Salon Spa Cafe says breathing in salt-diffused air can reduce stress and improve your health. We gave it a try.
Twin Cities gym blends yoga, strength and cardio for a killer workout.
Michele Vig is on a mission to stop the spread of clutter.
The couple has no regrets about the time and effort spent building from scratch: "We learned we worked really well together. We had so much fun."
Here's what happened when a novice hit the bunny hill, with some help from a patient teacher.
They're forgiving, flattering and oh, so comfortable.
Andrew Flesher knows Minneapolis' stately 510 Groveland building intimately.
Starting Friday morning, the stadium's massive main concourse will be transformed into a holiday boutique with some 200 vendors.
The purple pop star inspired this fashionable assemblage at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
HydroTrack takes track training and translates it into no-impact water workouts.
Why a massage that doesn't feel good can be good for you.
Logrolling will challenge your core, legs, lungs — and pride.
It was a relaxing summer day until a lifeguard arrived with an unsettling order: All adults must help search the water for a missing 6-year-old.
Eating meat, veggies, fruit and nuts – and little else – wasn't as hard as expected.
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