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  • Justin Timberlake, Michelle Obama among Jimmy Fallon's first guests

    Justin Timberlake, Michelle Obama among Jimmy Fallon's first guests
    There's still a week until Jimmy Fallon's version of "The Tonight Show" debuts, but NBC has already announced the program's first week of guests, which is to include First Lady Michelle Obama and the new host's BFF, Justin Timberlake. The guests for the...
  • Kettle bell overhead squat

    Kettle bell overhead squat
    The kettle bell overhead squat is a graceful way to build strength and flexibility at the same time. It's demonstrated here by David Schenk, co-founder of Cross Train LA in Hollywood. What it does The twisting, weight-assisted squat builds strength in...
  • Sochi Olympics: Dario Cologna wins 15k-classic/15k-free skiathlon

    Sochi Olympics: Dario Cologna wins 15k-classic/15k-free skiathlon
    SOCHI, Russia — Dario Cologna had the strongest finish to win the men's 15-kilometer Classic/15-kilometer free skiathlon at the Sochi Olympics on Sunday, showing he's back to full fitness after a season disrupted by an ankle injury. The Swiss...
  • Asian Art Museum's 'Yoga' exhibition poses a historical view

     Asian Art Museum's 'Yoga' exhibition poses a historical view
    Yoga has a 2,500-year history that sprung up in India as a series of mental and physical practices to help escape the cycle of suffering that flesh is heir to. "Yoga: The Art of Transformation" at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco (Feb. 21 to May 25)...
  • Carl Lewis: Chris Christie tried to intimidate me during Senate bid

    Carl Lewis: Chris Christie tried to intimidate me during Senate bid
    Olympic track and field legend Carl Lewis is the latest person to accuse New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie of political tactics that some may view as bullying. The nine-time gold medalist said the Republican governor threatened to cancel a plan to make...
  • Instagram's most liked butt? N.Y.C. woman is hot new name in fitness

    Instagram's most liked butt? N.Y.C. woman is hot new name in fitness
    You might not know Jen Selter by name. But if you are an avid user of Instagram, you might know her butt. The New York City woman is being called the Next New Thing in fitness, hailed by some as "the next Jillian Michaels," after she amassed a social...
  • Review: Charisma illuminates 'Run and Jump'

    Review: Charisma illuminates 'Run and Jump'
    In Alexander Payne's "Nebraska," comedian Will Forte surprised audiences by playing the straight man to Bruce Dern and June Squibb's slightly unhinged cranks. For his follow-up performance in director Steph Green's luminous and lovely "Run and Jump,"...
  • Your teen is just as stressed as you are, study finds; how to help

    Your teen is just as stressed as you are, study finds; how to help
    Teenagers in America report they are just as stressed out as adults, according to a new study by the American Psychological Assn. And during the school year, many teens report even higher stress levels than adults. In an online survey of 1,018 teens and...
  • Cold? Good thing if you want to lose weight, researchers say

    Cold? Good thing if you want to lose weight, researchers say
    Turn your thermostat down -- and don’t add a sweater. That, researchers report, will not only save energy to heat your home but will use more body energy and perhaps aid weight loss. Before you get too excited, the scientists are not suggesting...
  • A good fitness tool made better

     A good fitness tool made better
    If the five-toed shoe and the kettle bell were among the biggest innovations in workout gear in recent years, how do you make them better? That's the question that inventors face every day as they try to improve the seemingly unimprovable. Below, find...
  • One of five LAFD recruits in training class are related to department firefighters

    One of five LAFD recruits in training class are related to department firefighters
    One in five recruits in a new Los Angeles Fire Department training class are related to firefighters working at the agency, according to figures released Thursday evening. Of the 70 recruits hired for the class now in training, 13 are sons of...