Scott Herman - SDGLN Fitness Expert May 10th, 2013
A great way to switch up your workout is with SUPERSETS! You can use them to work opposing muscle groups at the same time or you can use them to burn through your normal one body part a day muscle building routine to take your body well pass the point of failure.
Supersets will not only help you save time in the gym, but they are going to give you the ULTMATE PUMP while stretching opposing bodyparts in the same workout, like if you were to do back and chest on the same day.
SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego LGBTQ Hike Club brings community members together each weekend to for hikes and walks on trails throughout the county. This Sunday, May 12 at 3:30 pm, the group will explore a "mystery trail" opposite of the Old Dam in Mission Trails.
Group organizer Alex Volzer is looking forward to hiking the trail, which he says looks like it will head out into the rolling hills of the area.
Spartans were the ultimate warrior race. Trained since birth, they were lean, extremely strong, and the only thing that could stop them was DEATH. Even their woman could go toe-to-toe with an invading enemy force! This workout was designed to see if YOU have what to takes to claim the title of Spartan!
Can you make it through these four grueling rounds of total body endurance exercises? LET’S FIND OUT!
SAN DIEGO -- The ROC Race - Ridiculous Obstacle Challenge - will be held Saturday, May 11 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Event organizers say that it is the craziest race ever!
Anyone 13 years and older can participate in this fun 5K, no matter what their athletic ability. The race includes two mystery obstacles, and other "epic" obstacles unlike any other race in the world! Participants will also go down the "world's largest inflatable slide."
All runners will receive a finisher T-shirt and a free beer (or non-alcoholic beverage).
Ryan Vaillancourt - Los Angeles Downtown News April 23rd, 2013
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- As the center of the regional transit system, Downtown is already one of Los Angeles’ easiest neighborhoods to navigate. Now, for those willing to use pedal power, it’s about to get even easier.
The City Council last week approved a new permitting process that officials say will pave the way for a robust bike share program in Downtown, Westwood, Venice and Hollywood.