Try adding 20 decline push-ups to your workout routine
—Photo courtesy of Pearl Street Fitness
Looking for something a little more interesting than jogging around Wash Park's 2.6-mile loop? Then leave your car at South High School, walk across East Louisiana Avenue to the group of four green benches, and challenge yourself with Pearl Street Fitness co-owner Scott St John’s grueling 20-...
June 27 2016, 8:00 AM
—Photos by Eric Senseman
Standing atop a 14,000-foot peak this summer, having nimbly navigated high alpine terrain in thin air, you'll thank yourself for all the uphill battles with pavement, trail, and stairwell that you endured to get there. Mountain summits don’t come easy, but you can prepare yourself by improving your...
June 9 2016, 1:30 PM
—Photo courtesy of bRUNch Running
We get it: It's summer and you want to spend as much time outdoors as possible. That's why we rounded up 10 choice ways to pair fitness with food, booze, and social time, whether you prefer to sweat on two wheels or in a Vinyasa sequence. Bring a friend, get your heart rate up, and by all means,...
June 3 2016, 12:05 PM
—Photo by frankieleon / Flickr / Creative Commons
For a moment, forget the skyrocketing addiction rates that can lead directly to harder drug use. Ignore the political might of a quarter-billion-dollar annual lobbying effort, by far the most robust in our heavily financed—and legislatively influential—political system. Disregard the number of...
June 3 2016, 10:10 AM
Hike Doggie uses a customized bus to transport dogs from their homes to Jeffco Open Space's hundreds of miles worth of trails.
—Courtesy of Hike Doggie
Kath Allen was wearing jeans to her next interview. The 49-year-old redhead didn’t look quite as professional as she normally would, but she’d chosen the denim purposely. After all, her last interview had ended with her black suit covered in hair.
Allen was conducting a doggie interview, a get-...
May 12 2016, 10:58 AM
Could this be the key to relieving PTSD?
—Courtesy of Lotus Medical
Almost six years after first applying to study whether medical marijuana can help treat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a group of researchers has finally won federal approval to begin testing.
On April 19, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) formally approved the clinical study,...
May 3 2016, 10:00 AM
—Photo courtesy of Brett Friedman
On a Saturday in late January, Servicios de la Raza executive director Rudy Gonzales and his staff were working frantically to serve their community. That's always the mission of the largest culturally responsive, linguistically specific human services provider in Colorado, but that...
March 25 2016, 2:45 PM
Daniel Greenfeld and Stephen Smith, co-founders of nOCD. —Photo courtesy of Daniel Greenfeld
Nearly two years ago, Denverite Daniel Greenfeld received a call from a friend who had obsessive-compulsive disorder. Stephen Smith was tired of spending nine to 10 hours a day in his room, consumed by fear. His anxiety was disrupting his life, but he refused to succumb to his panic. He had an idea...
March 23 2016, 3:25 PM