There are plenty of Turkey Trots in the Triangle if you want to burn off Thanksgiving calories.
Celebrate Take a Child Outside Week with outdoor crafts, fishing for beginners, outdoor yoga, and hands-on fun at Duke Gardens.
Carolina Parent's September issue focuses on youth sports: the good, the bad and the ugly.
Designed for ages 12-19, the Town of Apex will use Elevate to create wellness programs for all ages.
Public pools offer free admission to ALL ages at various times as well
The U.S. Postal Service will release stamps with the look — and feel — of actual balls used in eight popular sports.
February's all about hearts, and Wake County is putting the focus on preventing heart disease.
CycleBar's Brier Creek Shopping Center location in Raleigh is offering free cycling classes.
Sports venues and fitness centers in the Triangle welcome kids and their caregivers, making exercise a family-friendly time.
Christy Separk and her family, who live in Henderson, North Carolina, are the grand prize winners of the 2016 Fit Family Challenge.
The Go Ape Treetop Adventure Junior Course opened in mid-July at Blue Jay Point County Park in Raleigh.
A handful of Olympic hopefuls are North Carolina natives, or have deeply rooted ties to the Tarheel state.
The time has come to announce our 2016 Fit Family Challenge grand prize winner of a trip to Universal Orlando® Resort!
Fill out our survey for a chance to win gas for your car!
O2 Fitness at Fuquay Crossing in Fuquay-Varina is inviting visitors to enjoy free workouts and fitness clinics, and to win prizes at its "Grand Reopening" June 27.
This is our last minute blitz, so log your activity by June 15 at 2 p.m. for a chance to win these prizes!
Join Our Fit Family Challenge by June 21 for chance to win a Dick's Sporting Goods gift certificate and UNC Kids Club membership.
Changing up your typical morning smoothie from a cup to a bowl opens up the door for endless possibilities.
Join our Fit Family Challenge by Tuesday, June 14, for a chance to win 2 tickets to Go Ape! at Blue Jay Point in Raleigh.
Just like we teach children to read, write or socialize, we must also teach them how to be physically active and develop fundamental motor skills and movement concepts.
From festivals to 5Ks, our Fit Family Challenge special events deliver fun and points!
This weekend, grab your kids and head outdoors for unique community celebrations.