What does it mean to be comfortably uncomfortable? We discuss how your life and your running can improve when you learn to push just slightly outside of your comfort zone.
You finished your big race. Now What? Active recovery can help you keep moving, reduce muscle soreness, and feel your best with low-intensity activity.
It’s week six of the nine-week holiday healthy habits challenge. Our mission this week is to eight 6-8 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. This post gives you tips on how to make vegetables taste delicious so you’ll want to eat more, and how to include more vegetables in your daily diet.
Can there be benefits to getting off track of your health and fitness goals? Focus on the positives while you work to make better choices. Learn how to learn from your mistakes to improve in the future
Try these five fun holiday-inspired workouts to motivate you to exercise the end of the year.
If it seems you are doing everything right in regards to diet and exercise, but still not feeling your best and seeing the results you desire, lack of sleep may be to blame. Join us for week five of the nine-week holiday challenge to learn how to set your environment for success to improve the quality and quantity of your sleep for best results in life.
You’ve been training for months and now the big race day is around the corner. This article is about the 10 ways you can prepare for a successful race day after your running training is complete.
If you think you don’t have time for strength training for runners, try this four-minute Tabata-style timed workout as part of your warm up before your next run.
Week four of the holiday habits challenge is all about why you need to drink water, determining how much water do need and strategies to stay hydrated.
The ultimate guide for runners. If you’re a runner, these are the gifts you’ll want to buy for yourself. Save big with coupon codes, discounts and enter to win prizes valued up to $400 in the giveaway.