After 40 years teaching self-defense and competitive taekwondo in Oklahoma, Poos Taekwondo delves into Olympic training.
It says something about Oklahoma City that famed yoga instructor Patrick Beach will soon teach at Betina Wills’ studio. “It’s exciting that we, the (local) yoga community, have grown enough to be able to do that and not worry about if we can pay for him to be here or if anyone will show up,”…
OU Medicine hosts the 7th Annual Wheelchair Basketball Tournament to benefit the Greater Oklahoma Disabled Sports Association.
During the late 2000s, paintball was a fairly popular pastime. Nearly 5.5 million people nationwide played at least once in 2007, according to a report from the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association, making paintball one of the most popular extreme sports in America. By 2013, participation had fallen to 3.5 million and domestic sales of paintball…
A local yoga studio helps veterans deal with PTSD through nontraditional practices.
Local pro triathlete Dan Tigert dedicates his 2015 season to the Go Mitch Go Foundation.
A Gazette free fitness festival aims to help get metro residents on track.
Soon, she made the transition from practicing martial arts to teaching it at a high school.
After the fame and fortune, The Boz became an actor and a servant to the Lord.
The name Brian Bosworth evokes images of a swaggering, young Sooner jock without a care in the world. For some, it might be hard to believe, but The Boz — just like the rest of humanity — has to age. In fact, he turned 50 on March 9. Story by Ray Cavanaugh and Kory B.…