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5/11/01


Fun Ways To Get In Shape
By John Winters
Summer's the perfect time to work on your fitness. We've got the toys and games.
2/6/01

Gym Sins
By John Winters
Workout mistakes you want to avoid.
9/28/00

Golf Smarts
By John Winters
Before you take that King Kong swing, strettttttch.

7/19/00

The Sand Is Your Friend
By John Winters Wan't to stay in shape at the beach this summer? Exercise is (almost) a breeze.

6/1/00

Streamline Your Workout
By John Winter
And other tricks on how to fit fitness into your life.







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Real Men Push Prams:
Witness the macho Sport Utility Jogging Stroller D'Lux from B. O. B. ($350). Designed specifically for joggers, the D'Lux is the Cadillac of baby getabouts, complete with aluminum and stainless steel wheels, shocks, three inches of suspension, padded arm bars and a five-point harness to keep the little one from launching skyward should dad hit a pothole. The frame is adjustable for children of a variety of sizes (up to 70 pounds), and it comes complete with a reclining, sun canopy and cargo basket.




Smart Snacks:

If you're like most parents, you worry that the snack you rely on to treat/quiet your kid is probably not very healthy. So what's the alternative? "There are many sports bars on the market," says nutritionist Sue Gilbert, M.S., "such as the Cliff Bar, which are made with multiple ingredients that are high in both protein and fiber. Or you can make your own fast, high protein and fiber snack by spreading hummus on whole wheat crackers or a whole grain bagel." Gilbert also suggests whole grain cereal mixed with milk and berries, peanut butter on apple slices, celery dipped in low fat cottage cheese, or pitted prunes filled with peanut butter.