We made it to the new year! If you’re anything like me, you’re probably still adjusting back into real life while dusting off a trail of cookie crumbs, Christmas tree needles, and wrapping paper behind you.
If Santa ignored all those holiday gift guides you sent him, and your healthy wishlist remains unfulfilled, I have some ideas for some self-care gifts to treat yourself, and to help you transition into a healthy new year.
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If drinking more water and not taking yourself too seriously are your New Year’s Resolutions, you can kill two birds with one stone.
What gets measured gets managed. Yes, we all have the apps, but there is something refreshing about recording your progress with a pen and paper. Achieve all those New Year’s fit resolutions with a health-focused planner.
What you eat is as important as how you train. If you want to eat healthier and fuel your runs properly in the new year, this Runner’s World cookbook has got you covered.
If you need a boost of daily motivation to kick off the new year, try this run calendar to inspire you all year long.
If your new year’s resolution is to read more books, Atomic Habits will help you build sustainable, healthy habits in the new year. I’m reading this now and loving it! Kick those bad habits and build new habits to achieve all your goals in life.
If you are striving for moderation in the new year, this wine glass will help you balance running and wine.
Strength training isn’t cross training, it’s as important to your run training programing as the long run and intervals. Not sure where to start? Incorporate these five strength training moves into your next workout to build the runner-specific strength that will help you improve your run.
Follow these five tips to become a better runner to run stronger and faster, with a reduced chance of injury and watch out for these common mistakes that runners make
You might be a runner if you act in any of these strange ways. Runners behave in a way that seems odd to non-runners, but is perfectly acceptable in the running community. You know you’re a runner when you can relate to these weird behaviors as part of your normal running life.
Use these three simple strategies to break bad eating habits for a healthier lifestyle.
If Santa forgot some self-care gifts to help you transition into the New Year, I have the best ideas for gifts to treat yourself.
A New Year’s Workout to kick off the year with a bang! Try this high-intensity workout that includes beginner, intermediate and advanced versions, so if you’re starting with your new year resolutions, or if you’ve been working out for years, this New Years-themed workout is for you.
It’s the final week of the nine-week holiday challenge. If you’ve been following along these last nine weeks, we’ve been building the daily habits that are the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. Now it's time to reflect on the past year and make resolutions to get results in the new year.
We often make the same resolutions year after year with little no changes each year. Instead of making the traditional new year’s resolutions this year consider why these anti-resolutions that may seem counterintuitive, actually can help you reach your goals.
Each week for “workout Wednesday” I share a running or strength training for runners workout. To close out the year, I’ve recapped the 10 best workouts and exercises of 2018. If you missed any of these the first time around, I hope you’ll give them a try in 2019.
We’re eight weeks into our nine-week holiday challenge. This week our challenge is to put away the smartphone and the mindless scrolling, and give the gift of presence to our loved ones. I share strategies to reduce time on social media and ideas for what to do instead of reaching for your phone.