Reasons to Exercise With Music (+ 5 Energizing Playlists)

Reasons to Exercise With Music (+ 5 Energizing Playlists)

Posted on July 30th, 2013 in Blog, News.

Are you one of those people who can’t head out for a run without your iPod? Along with a few reasons to crank up the tunes during your next workout, we found some great playlists from the PopSugar team. Music motivates: Too tired to hit the gym? Playing an upbeat song can help get you more »

Snacks To Help You Stay Cool This Summer

Snacks To Help You Stay Cool This Summer

Posted on June 23rd, 2013 in Blog.

If you pay close attention, you will notice that your body is always seeking equilibrium. If you are dehydrated, your body begs for water. If you are stressed, your body desires sugar or alcohol. And if you are fatigued, your body craves caffeine or other stimulants. Seasons also instinctively alter your choices in foods and more »

Cycling in Europe – Part 2

Cycling in Europe – Part 2

Posted on June 20th, 2013 in Blog.

Last week I outlined a few tips for planning your European cycling adventure. Below is more advice ranging from trip selection to gear and everything you may need along the way. Enjoy! Trip Selection for Easy Route Finding: If you don’t speak the local language for asking directions etc, you should first try a tour more »

Cycling in Europe – Part 1

Cycling in Europe – Part 1

Posted on June 13th, 2013 in Blog.

Europe offers superb cycling with many quiet roads through scenic countryside and great cuisine to replenish your energy reserves. Yet surprisingly, few North Americans or Brits can be found on continental European roads, perhaps because they aren’t aware of how easy it is to arrange, especially with the availability of Internet resources. Having recently returned more »

14 Must-Try Tools to Speed Recovery

14 Must-Try Tools to Speed Recovery

Posted on May 20th, 2013 in Blog.

The following post comes from our friends over at Greatist – the fastest-growing fitness, health and happiness media start-up. Along with a few tips below we’re highlighting for you, check out more health and fitness news, tips, healthy recipes, expert opinion, and fun times at Greatist.com. The workout may be done, but the work is more »

Cure This Common Running Pain

Cure This Common Running Pain

Posted on April 23rd, 2013 in Blog.

The following post comes to you from our friends at Men’s Health – the men’s guide to fitness, workouts, weight loss, and more from the world’s largest men’s magazine. Along with blackened toenails, many runners tend to suffer from iliotibial (IT) band syndrome—an overuse injury that often causes pain on the outside of the knee. more »

Health Tip: Put Down that Salt Shaker

Health Tip: Put Down that Salt Shaker

Posted on April 17th, 2013 in Blog.

The following post comes to you from our friends at dailyRX- a news network and leader in publishing health news for consumers and patients alike. Growing evidence shows cutting back on salt consumption reduces blood pressure and, in turn, the risk of stroke and heart disease. Two new studies show that a reduction in salt more »

What’s it Like to Run the Boston Marathon?

What’s it Like to Run the Boston Marathon?

Posted on April 13th, 2013 in Blog.

The Boston Marathon is a sporting event like none other. From the hardy back of the packers, to the primed up pros, the Boston Marathon remains a symbol of excellence for runners of all skill levels. With the big day in Bean Town on Monday, we are bringing you a few tricks of the trade more »

5 Tips for a Stress-Free Race Day

5 Tips for a Stress-Free Race Day

Posted on April 8th, 2013 in Blog.

The following post comes from our friends over at Greatist – the fastest-growing fitness, health and happiness media start-up. Along with a few tips below we’re highlighting for you, check out more health and fitness news, tips, healthy recipes, expert opinion, and fun times at Greatist.com. The day you run a race, the hardest work more »

2013: The Year of “Me” – Part 2

2013: The Year of “Me” – Part 2

Posted on March 27th, 2013 in Blog.

By Brian Shepherd Two months have passed since I began 2013 in pursuit of improving my overall health and fitness. I publically declared my intentions here. While I was very careful not to call my journey a “New Year’s resolution,” the timing of my proclamation and the fact that health and fitness improvement is the more »

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