Latest Jogging Stories

2008-07-11 09:00:15

By Guy Adams Star-spotting and the pursuit of physical fitness are Hollywood's twin obsessions. Guy Adams experiences the latest way to combine the two We nearly didn't notice Larry King, as he wandered down Beverly Drive clutching a cup of coffee. He looked old and thin, and somehow more vulnerable than the pugnacious chat-show host who invades America's living rooms at midnight. Cheryl Anker was convinced, though. To her expert eye, that hunched figure on the far pavement was...

2008-07-01 06:00:12

By Gray, Richard How do you find the time to exercise in your busy schedule? Here are some tips. Working feverishly on the fitness machines in the late-hour gym at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., 2LT Pete Fredricks, ARNG, tried to maximize his time by packing a two-hour exercise regimen into 45 minutes. Like most Reservists leading busy double lives, 2LT Fredricks-a single father, college student, and floor nurse at a Veterans Hospital-had little time for a complete fitness program to stay...

2004-11-25 06:00:00

WHEN motivation guru and life coach Pete Cohen told me he could change my attitude to fitness in one session, I was sceptical. As a dedicated couch potato, finding the energy to change the TV channel is hard enough. So going on a heart-pummelling, lung- churning run seems like masochistic madness. And it's not just laziness that stops me - a combination of work, an 11-month-old baby and a house crying out for DIY leaves scant time for exercise. But Pete, who was recently an expert on ITV's...

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