Health & Fitness

People in Bozeman like to stay fit and healthy – it makes all our outdoor activities that much easier and more fun. We've asked local experts for advice over the years on everything from specific workouts for injured limbs to which meal to eat when you run. It's all here.

Spring Training, Group Run, Health & Fitness
the editors
The season's best health & fitness products.  Read more >>
Seasonal Affective Disorder, Massage Therapy, Bozeman
Cheryl McDonald
Avoiding Seasonal Affective Disorder. Read more >>
Dr. Lou Walters
All about altitude sickness. Read more >>
Sheets, Jenny
Where to get racy this summer Read more >>
running, trail running, bozeman
Slepian, Maggie
Trail running—especially in mountainous terrain—is more complicated and challenging than m Read more >>
Photo by Craig Hergert
Dr. Lou Walters
While the blooming green landscape around town is beautiful in the summertime, it invariably means that allergy-inducing pollen will assault us until fall. We breathe in pollen, and it triggers our immune system which tries to protect us like an overzealous bodyguard. Read more >>
Photo by Ryan Krueger
Reuss, Dave
The last of the sky’s bruised-purple tint has faded to black, and now it’s anywhere from eleven at night to four in the morning. The miles and hours pile on top of each other until it’s impossible to tell what time it is. Read more >>
Herzog, Tim
Every sport has its own unique mental components. In a sport like golf, we control the pace of much of the action, but in a sport like freestyle skiing, with its aerials and moguls, the pace is so fast that skiers are that much more at the mercy of the mountain. Read more >>
Ben Hilleboe
What do you envision when you think of “therapy”? If you’re like most people, you probably see a settee in a dimly lit room with “ocean sounds” coming from a CD player. Sound about right? Read more >>
Johnston, Holcomb
Considered power spots in nature, hot springs have been utilized by cultures worldwide for meetings, sacred gatherings, purification, and healing. Read more >>
Coughlin, Bev
Experience has taught humankind that the most effective control of any disease is to prevent it in the first place. That’s why early detection of breast cancer is crucial for providing the best hopes of prevention and survival. Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
Around Montana, runners, anglers, and cowboys are breaking out their gear to help find a cure for breast cancer—the second leading cause of cancer deaths in women, after lung cancer. In the United States, a woman has a one in eight chance of developing breast cancer in her lifetime. Read more >>
Margaret Burns Vap
Bozeman summers are perfect for taking your yoga practice outside. Not only do we have comfy temps, low humidity, and relatively few mosquitoes, you can't beat the inspiring scenery. So mosey your mat over to a spot with a good mountain view and get your yoga on under the Big Sky. Read more >>
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