Weights are becoming increasingly harder to find — with some back-ordered until the fall — as more people bulk up on home gym equipment as the world spends more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
An Anytime Fitness in Wauwatosa is catching major heat over posting a workout titled, "I Can't Breathe," TMZ reported Wednesday, June 10. Some have said the workout sign was wrong, if not racist. With controversy growing, the corporate office issued a statement slamming the workout. Members said they have a lot of questions, too.
About 100 CrossFit gyms are coming together to ask the state of Minnesota to re-classify them so they can open sooner than other gyms.
A new dashboard from the Minnesota Department of Health outlines the four phases of reopening Minnesota.
Life Time Fitness CEO Bahram Akradi says 90 percent of his 40,000 employees will need to be furloughed unless the government gives him a specific date to re-open his clubs.
Public entities and nonprofits serving children can soon apply for $182,000 of grant funding from the Minnesota DNR if they plan to use the money to help get kids outdoors.