Karla Bruning specializes in travel, fitness & parenting coverage. Her work has appeared in TIME, Newsweek, Redbook, Shape, Self, Parents, Runner's World, Women's Running, The Week, ABC, ESPN2 & more.
Why sightsee when you can sight-run? Pack your kicks and get ready to run at these hotels suited to sprinters, amblers and all speeds in between.
Like many kids, my niece Gigi dreams of becoming an actor. At 11 years old, she's laying the groundwork—winning dance competitions, scholarships, and leading roles in local theater. When Gigi traveled to Walt Disney World from Rhode Island, she wasn't just another kid on family vacation. She was a Disney "cast member" for a day through the Disney Performing Arts youth program, performing with her dance team for hundreds of guests.
Hawaii is an adventurer’s paradise. Whether you like to run, swim, hike, bike, play in the waves or summit towering peaks, these magical islands offer an activity for you. A mecca of triathlons, surfing and a slew of other water sports, you’ll find the perfect training ground on Hawaii’s shores, plus a host of other adventures to spice up your vacation. You can even compete like a pro in a suite of sporting events. Here is your active guide to Hawaii, island by island.
Looking for a baby-friendly getaway? We put together a list of the top family vacations with newborn babies with the help of moms who know where to go.
Escape the cold and play outdoors during an Orlando vacation this winter. From the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions golf event to road races, hot air balloons, hiking trails and more, winter is the perfect time to enjoy Florida’s endless summer.
Here are seven quintessential Florida outdoor adventures you won’t want to miss this season.
1. Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions
January 16-19, 2020
It’s time to fine-tune your golf clap. The Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions pairs...
's four Florida race weekends or 'gramming your way around Walt Disney World another week of the year, you can keep up with your training at the Happiest Place on Earth. But with more than 30 Disney resorts and a dozen non-Disney properties offering perks like free transportation and extra hours in the parks, it's hard to know which hotel to choose.
These are the best for runners, offering the most perks including running trails with maps, fitness centers (nope, they don't all have them) and ...
At-home cardio workouts can be easier than you think—especially if you have a jump rope. A jump rope workout can be a fun and challenging way to get in your cardio when you have to stay in one place.
“With many of us abiding by stay-at-home orders, we aren’t able to get outside as much or go to the gym,” says Kollins Ezekh, C.P.T., director of programming at Mayweather Boxing + Fitness in Los Angeles. “So this is a great time to add jumping rope into your cardio routine.”
Nope, it isn’t just ...
Looking for a new place to take your sneaks? Just seven hours (and approximately $550) from the east coast, Norway should be on every fit junkie's travel list. Trust us: It's more than the land of ice and snow that inspired Disney's Frozen; it's the ultimate melding of dazzling cities (both cosmopolitan and charming) and jaw-dropping landscapes of mountains, fjords, and waterfalls.
If you're looking to book a getaway this winter, look no farther than Honolulu, a destination with both a big-city vibe and outdoor adventure appeal. December is a busy time for active travelers to Oahu, with the Honolulu Marathon, XTERRA Trail Running World Championships, and Vans Triple Crown of Surfing taking over the roads, trails, and shores—just a few of the fit things to do in Honolulu. It's no wonder Honolulu is routinely one of the most popular...
Who run the world? Beyoncé was right.
In 2018, female runners outnumbered men worldwide, tipping the scale at 50.24 percent of race finishers for the first time in history. This is according to a global analysis of nearly 109 million recreational race results from all 193 U.N.-recognized countries between 1986 and 2018, conducted by RunRepeat (a running shoe review website) and the International Association of Athletics Federations.
As part of that now-majority, and a woman who's logged runs ...