walking for fitness

When gyms were forced to close during last year’s pandemic lockdowns, workout routines were disrupted, leaving many unsure about how best to continue their healthy, active lifestyles.

Be well. This is a both a lifestyle and mantra for many who live in Edina. From bike trails to fitness studios, access to nutritional foods and quality healthcare, Edina has the infrastructure to support a healthy lifestyle.

Teens with depression have a new line of defense against destructive emotions.

The Creek Valley Wellness Committee won a Connecting with Kids Leadership Award for their work at Creek Valley Elementary School, which includes starting a running club, initiating Mix It Up Day, and introducing new fruit and vegetab

On September 12, the Preeclampsia Foundation is bringing its Saving Grace Gala home after a decade of traveling the country.

Bobby Hart tries out the disc golf course at Rosland Park.

The disc golf course at Kenneth Rosland Park in Edina was built by the will of the people.

At York Gardens Assisted Living, residents can take fitness classes with certified fitness professionals to develop strength, flexibility and balance.

Edina Mountain Bike Team member Max Ellingson, No. 331, is part of a growing local sport.

Edina High School junior Max Ellingson began mountain biking in eighth grade. You’ll find him astride his hardtail mountain bike as soon as the last bit of spring snow melts from pathways.

Up-to-date equipment helps keep student athletes safe.

“Concussion” is the buzzword in youth sports these days. The high-energy pace and physicality of football, hockey and many other activities make some bumps and bruises inevitable.

From backyard gardens to open fields, daisies can grow just about anywhere. So sprang the name for Jennifer Morris’s idea-in-the-making—Daisy Camp.

Winding through the majestic scenery of the St. Croix River Valley, the Ironman Bicycle Ride is one of the first and biggest biking events in the Midwest each spring.