Forget about the mud pies of your youth. The Grand Rapids Mud Run is serious about mud: expect to swim mud pits, slip down a 60-foot mudslide, slither through tunnel crawls, and wrangle a slippery hill climb.
A triathlon is one of the greatest physical challenges out there, and Ann Vidro, the co-director of the Michigan Titanium, wants to offer an event of the highest caliber with one unique feature: at the race on Aug.18, kids, family and even dogs can join participants on the trail as they cross the finish line.
Have you ever felt as if you “should” be doing more yoga? Flip Dog Yoga studio owner and yoga teacher Nick Dobkowski doesn’t believe in guilt trips, especially when it comes to yoga.
If climbing rope bridges or flying along zip lines during daylight hours isn’t enough for you, TreeRunner is kicking it up a notch.
The Color Run will be flying into Grand Rapids for The Color Run Hero Tour on Saturday, July 28.
When is the last time you howled at the moon? Elaina Mackey, yoga teacher and founder of Alchemy Yoga, might just lead you in that direction at her upcoming full moon event, Set Yourself Wild.
Megan Rader is moving Kula Yoga to a new, larger location that will give her the opportunity to provide more class offerings as well as childcare for yoga students taking classes, but that’s not all she’s excited about.
Getting bored with simply adjusting the incline on your treadmill to get a better workout? Looking for reasons to explore the coast this summer?
Soon, more than 1,600 participants will bike through West Michigan for the sixth annual MSU Gran Fondo.
“You want to be careful about having that last beer,” Dave Petroelje, owner and chief beer officer at City Built Brewing (CBB) said with a laugh, when asked for tips for those biking the upcoming Built So Fly event.