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Gravity Training

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'Gravity' classes at designated Montgomery YMCA locations give you both a cardiovascular and strength training work out.

Get Fit with TRX

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You know about free weights, treadmills and bicycles, but a strap hanging from the ceiling? TRX was designed by a Navy Seal and is now available to the rest of us.

Get Fit: Boot Camps & Home Videos

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So you don't like the gym? How about the great outdoors? Boot camps are becoming a popular alternative to health clubs.

7 foods that fight fat

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Research shows these seven foods can actually help speed the weight loss process if eaten regularly.

Can clothes help you burn more calories?

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - It's not only the way you work out that can help you lose weight. Some exercise scientists say the clothes you wear could also make a difference. Women have long relied on shape

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