How To Deal With Taxes & Stress The Healthy Way

How To Deal With Taxes & Stress The Healthy Way

Posted on April 10th, 2014 in Blog, News.

“We have what it takes to take what you have.”–Suggested IRS Motto  There’s an age old saying that there’s two things that are certain in this life – death and taxes. While that may be somewhat accurate, we certainly wouldn’t want the taxes to be the cause of death or even stress. Stress has been more »

Fitness Fuel: What’s Sabotaging Your Workout Efforts?

Fitness Fuel: What’s Sabotaging Your Workout Efforts?

Posted on April 8th, 2014 in Blog, News.

Pizza and pasta and beer, oh my! Now that spring is here and we’re seeing a lot more athletic activity from our users, we’re taking a look at fitness fuel and how what you have for breakfast could affect that post work jog. Do you track your foods in a daily food log? While it more »

Who Fartleked? The Ultimate Guide to Running Lingo

Who Fartleked? The Ultimate Guide to Running Lingo

Posted on April 4th, 2014 in Blog, News.

Fartleks: (noun) – Easy runs broken up by quick sprinting bursts. Woah..what were you thinking? C’mon.  We’re wrapping up #RunWeek here and figured your knees could use some rest – let’s work that brain muscle instead! Whether you are just getting into running or you’ve had it as a routine staple for a while, it more »

National Walking Day

National Walking Day

Posted on April 2nd, 2014 in Blog, News.

This post is for those bold enough to take the stairs – when the elevator is RIGHT THERE. This is for those that park in the spot furthest away from the store, even when it’s not crowded. This is for those that lace up their shoes and deny the couch a victory – at least more »

#RunWeek With Greatist & Brooks

#RunWeek With Greatist & Brooks

Posted on March 31st, 2014 in Blog, News.

Whether you’ve been meaning to get started, need to buy a new pair of shoes, can’t find the right place to put your keys while you’re doing it, or are simply just afraid of getting that first one out of the way, it’s the perfect time of year to put those excuses to bed with more »

Inside Peek: Powering the MapMyFitness Community

Inside Peek: Powering the MapMyFitness Community

Posted on March 28th, 2014 in Blog, News.

It takes a lot of tools, a lot of hands, and a lot of technological resources to power the MapMyFitness empire!  Our Vice President of engineering, Jesse Demmel, talked with our open cloud team at Rackspace about how we keep our rapidly growing brands, our 22 million users, and of course, the app itself, in more »

75th Year – Still One Gear

75th Year – Still One Gear

Posted on March 25th, 2014 in Blog, News.

How One MapMyRide User is Honoring  His Great Grandfather’s Ride In 1939, Rock Hill Chamber of Commerce member, James Spratt White II decided to take a 700 mile ambassador tour to encourage folks to visit his “good town.” With a bag in his basket and a one gear bicycle, he set out for the hills more »

Don’t Skip this Pebble

Don’t Skip this Pebble

Posted on March 21st, 2014 in Blog.

We’re excited to announce a new integration with the Pebble Smartwatch! Pebble began as an idea on Kickstarter, and quickly grew to be one of the most popular smartwatches around. Pebble puts specific apps and notifications on your wrist, giving you immediate access to what’s most important. In our growing community – that includes fitness! more »

Lean & Green – 32 Healthy Green St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Lean & Green – 32 Healthy Green St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Posted on March 17th, 2014 in Blog.

  Forget to wear green today? While we can’t help you out with that pinch, we can jump in when it comes to what to eat this St. Patrick’s Day. Check out this compilation of healthy green choices from our partners at Greatist.com. At least you’ll be nourishing yourself while you’re practicing your accent.  We’re more »

How To Increase Your Endurance – Without Running a Single Step

How To Increase Your Endurance – Without Running a Single Step

Posted on March 17th, 2014 in Blog, Endurance Running.

If you have a running goal – be it marathon, 5k, or just a jog with the dog, there obviously has to be some running involved. Our friends over at STACK recently featured an article that stated days that were filled with strength training in between would not only help prevent running injuries, but actually more »

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