Dallas, or "The Big D" is a small cosmopolitan Texas city whose culture embraces all things jumbo size. But this embracing of large living, doesn't stop Dallas' residents from being active and fitness savy. The Dallas Cowboys aren't the only ones competing for sport acclaim. There are also hundreds of senior citizens who participate in the Dallas Area Senior Games. This year the event celebrated its 25th anniversary with competitions in archery, basketball, swimming, running and more. Though most of Dallas central is urban, by hoping in a car and driving a few minutes outside the city proper, the outdoor exercise nut can find a few good places to take in some fresh air and get movin'. The 12 mile loop around White Rock Lake is perfect for running, inline skating and cycling. There is also Cedar Ridge's 600 acres of parkland which has 9 miles of hiking trails through part of Texas Hill Country. Outside of football, rodeos and racecar tracks, Dallas is best known for its world-class golf courses. One of the most popular private courses is TPC Four Seasons - Las Colinas. Dallas offers many public golf courses too.