Austin's a fit city. There's no doubt about it. Journey along with Pamela LeBlanc as she explores all that's out there for the fitness-minded.

UT cheerleading documentary airs Thursday

4:01 pm Oct. 31, 2016

A documentary about what it takes to make the cheerleading team at the University of Texas will debut this week on the Longhorn Network.

“Texas Cheer” looks at the tryouts and training the cheerleaders go through

Reel Rock Film Tour headed to Austin Oct. 27

5:47 am Oct. 24, 2016

Pizza, beer and climbing films? Check, check and check.

The Reel Rock Film Tour returns to Austin on Oct. 27, with a screening of short films about rock climbing at Stanley’s Farmhouse Pizza, 13187 Fitzhugh Road.


Susan Rankin departs The Trail Foundation

4:20 pm Oct. 19, 2016

Susan Rankin has parted ways with The Trail Foundation, the non-profit organization that works to maintain and improve the Butler Trail around Lady Bird Lake.

Rankin led the foundation for 10 years, and says she is

Testing the new vegan menu at Snap Kitchen

3:29 pm Oct. 14, 2016

I’m a notoriously dismal cook. (Except for pies.)

It’s not so much that I can’t cook, but I’m always running late, traveling or exhausted from the latest workout I’m trying out. My husband handles dinner duty

The Pilates Movement Studio opens in Westlake

5:02 pm Oct. 13, 2016

Add one more option to the already burgeoning Austin area Pilates scene.

The Pilates Movement Studio has opened at 3300 Bee Caves Road.

The facility, owned and operated by Cathy and Jack Brown, teaches only the classical

Heart Walk set for Saturday

3:04 pm Oct. 12, 2016

Do you exercise regularly?

Half of all adults and more than 60 percent of children don’t, according to the American Heart Association.

The organization’s annual Heart and Stroke Walk aims to change that. The event encourages people