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Trail of the Month: Mission Bay to Mount Soledad

Great for running and biking
February 26, 2016

I Tried It: Hip Hop Yoga

A Pacific Beach hot yoga studio offers a traditional 75-minute flow set to untraditional music
January 22, 2016

Step It Up With Fitbit Local

Fitbit debuts a series of San Diego–specific outdoor workouts
January 22, 2016

On a Mission to Improve Childhood Nutrition

San Diego company Once Upon a Farm brings new tech to baby food
January 22, 2016

New Rooftop Gym in City Heights

The Copley-Price Family YMCA is taking fitness to new levels
January 22, 2016

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in February
January 22, 2016

Yoga Mat Giveaway

You could win this yoga mat!
December 23, 2015

Next-Level Workouts

Get ready to sweat with nine cool trends and health regiments, from blacklight yoga to bone broth
December 23, 2015

San Diego, We Took Your Pulse

You told us where you sweat, when, and how you like it
December 23, 2015

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in January
December 23, 2015

Fashion: Stylish Workout Gear

Workout gear that makes us actually want to work out
December 23, 2015

I Tried It: La Jolla Zip Zoom Zip Line

The longest zip line in California is hidden in the scenic mountains of Pauma Valley
October 30, 2015

The Big Time: USA Half Marathon Invitational

On the heels of hosting the first-ever half marathon with qualifying times, San Diego is poised to join the big leagues of running
October 30, 2015

Spin City: Outdoor Cycling

Hotel del Coronado has introduced Beach Spin, daily cycling classes on its Paseo Lawn
October 30, 2015

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in November
October 30, 2015

Recreating the Water Bottle

A North County company reinvents a classic
October 30, 2015

Health Heroes: Top Doctors 2015

699 physicians in 74 specialties. Plus, a look at local doctors going above and beyond the call of duty, changing the way medicine is practiced, and saving lives
September 25, 2015

Animal Instinct: Saving Lives at the Zoo

For more than 20 years, UC San Diego’s top docs have been helping save lives at the zoo, one precious species at a time
September 25, 2015

Dear Chargers, It's Over

A pre-emptive breakup letter to the team we love
September 25, 2015

Yogasmoga Keeps it Real in La Jolla

A new honest activewear brand for San Diego yogis
September 25, 2015

I Tried It: UFC's Daily Ultimate Training

This craze takes the concept of high-intensity interval training seriously
September 25, 2015

Ice, Ice, Baby: Hockey Returns to San Diego

The NHL invests in San Diego with the Gulls 2.0
September 25, 2015

Ladies First Triathlons

Women's-only race series returns to San Diego
September 25, 2015

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in August
July 27, 2015

Best of San Diego 2015: Fitness & Health

The best trails, classes, studios, and wellness centers
July 24, 2015

Yoga Rocks the Park

Yoga Rocks the Park returns to Point Loma and Carlsbad this summer
June 24, 2015

I Tried It: Posture Therapy

When we're chasing deadlines, good posture is usually the last thing on our minds
June 24, 2015

Tennis Star Taylor Fritz

A member of the Junior International Tennis Federation (ITF), the 17-year-old left Torrey Pines High School his sophomore year
June 24, 2015

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in July
June 24, 2015

Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Miramar

Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Miramar, a direct affiliate of the Gracie Humaita academy in Brazil, recently opened off Miramar Road
June 24, 2015

5th Annual Yoga for Hope

On June 13, join your fellow yogis to help patients battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses
May 22, 2015

I Tried It: Fitness at the Office

Everyone knows that long periods of sitting are hazardous to your health, but still, we don’t get up from our desks
May 22, 2015

Designing Women

Based out of a Crown Point home office, four women rethink sportswear
May 22, 2015

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in June
May 22, 2015

A.J. Preller: A Whole New Ballgame

Rockstar general manager A.J. Preller has built the Padres into a team to talk about
April 24, 2015

I Tried It: Passive Cardio

Sydnie Goodwin tries a three stage low-impact workout at Sauna Sensation in 4S Ranch
April 24, 2015

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in May
April 24, 2015

Running and Drinking

Some joggers love a runner’s high. Others just love a good buzz
April 24, 2015

Chargers: Love 'em or leave 'em?

We asked big thinkers from all walks of San Diego life what they think about the latest Chargers stadium drama
March 23, 2015

Trail of the Month: Chollas Lake

Great for running and walking
March 23, 2015

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in April
March 23, 2015

Hiking Tijuana

For another view of San Diego or an all-new race route, head south!
March 23, 2015

I Tried It: Trapeze

Walking into San Diego Circus Center is like stepping into a real-life training ground for Big Top performers
March 23, 2015

Epic Bonding Through Fitness

San Diegans get together for a friendly competition
March 23, 2015

Where Better Health is the Order of the Day

The eye-catching holistic haven Sonima Wellness Center hosts classes ranging from meditation and yoga to hip hop
March 23, 2015

Del Mar National Horse Show

In celebration of its 70th year, the Del Mar National Horse Show will feature at least 3,000 horses and more than $350,000 in prize money
March 23, 2015

Inside the Icon: San Diego Padres

Peek inside the organization as the Padres head to Peoria for spring training
February 23, 2015

Trail of the Month: Highway 56 Bike Path

Great for running and biking
February 23, 2015

Borderland Beisbol

Soccer, schmoccer. Mexico loves America’s favorite pastime
February 23, 2015

I Tried It: The New Jazzercise

When I hear the word “Jazzercise,” neon leotards, leg warmers, headbands, and old ladies come to mind
February 23, 2015

Tijuana Zonkeys Play Hoops

The border city’s stake in the most important basketball league in northwest Mexico
February 23, 2015

Workout: Indoor Climbing and Yoga

This is not the indoor climbing that was trendy around the advent of Y2K
February 23, 2015

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in March
February 23, 2015

Yoga in the Garden

Lux Art Institute’s backyard is the new studio
February 23, 2015

Game On for San Diego Padres

Will the shake-up at Petco pay off for new Padres GM A.J. Preller?
January 27, 2015

Get Fit & Have Fun in San Diego

From doggie bootcamps to intense bodybuilding programs, it’s an exciting time to get in shape. What are you waiting for?
January 27, 2015

Like Father, Like Daughter: Josh and Sierra Kerr

Professional surfer Josh Kerr has made headlines as one of the best in the world, but these days, it’s his seven-year-old daughter who’s making waves.
January 27, 2015

Now Open: Bank Olympic Club

La Jolla’s newest fitness studio will change the way you look at the average gym
January 27, 2015

Upside Down Yoga at Trilogy Sanctuary

This studio has put a new spin on the traditional practice with aerial yoga
January 27, 2015

Trail of the Month: Los Peñasquitos Canyon

Great for running and hiking
January 27, 2015

Shoot and Score with Fanpics

A mobile app company is flipping the cameras on sports fans
January 27, 2015

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in February
January 27, 2015

The Best Juice Bars in San Diego

Look out, craft beer—juice is taking over many areas of San Diego. But East County still looks thirsty. Get with it, guys!
January 1, 2015

Juice!

Meet the local juicers, fasters, entrepreneurs, newbies, and lifers helping the cold-pressed craze become a permanent way of life
December 23, 2014

San Diego Magazine Staff Go-to Recipes

We all love to juice. Here are four make-it-at-home drinks
December 23, 2014

3 Misconceptions About Juice

Fact vs. fiction with Lindsay Nader of Juice Saves
December 23, 2014

12 Reasons this Juice Costs $12.50

It ain’t cheap to squeeze 3 to 5 lbs. of produce into a 16-fluid ounce bottle. Hanna Gregor of OH! Juice explains why
December 23, 2014

Juice Glossary

In every little bottle of juice, there’s a lot of science.
December 23, 2014

The Faces of Juicing

We dropped in on two rad juice bars to chat up the locals
December 23, 2014

The Time is Ripe for Juicing

Juicing, we believe, is not just a trend or craze—it’s here to stay. Bottoms up!
December 23, 2014

I Survived a 30-day Juice Fast

By Dr. Shidfar Rouhani, a naturopathic physician at Bastyr University Campus Clinic in Sorrento Valley
December 23, 2014

5 Green Drinks that Taste Good!

Try these juice drinks for your daily vitamin boost
December 23, 2014

Nuts About Milk

Just when you thought you couldn’t see any more kinds of milk, local juice bars are devoting entire sections of their menu to it
December 23, 2014

Power of the Juice Press

San Diego’s Suja leads the cold-press juice movement in America
December 23, 2014

Juice Trend: Shots

Can’t stomach an entire glass of veggie juice? Get your nutrition spring-break style
December 23, 2014

Juice for Kids!

Allison Fowler, co-founder of Sneakz Organic Milkshakes (and daughter of Padres co-owner Ron Fowler) “deliciously disguises” a serving of vegetables
December 23, 2014

Trail of the Month: Lake Miramar

Great for running and biking
December 23, 2014

Hiking: Cuyamaca or Bust

REI’s new hiking series is for women only
December 23, 2014

Behold, the ClassPass

Torn between joining two gyms… or three or five?
December 23, 2014

I Tried It: Boxing Fusion

There’s no greater stress reliever than beating your fists against a heavy bag
December 23, 2014
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