The New Year brings with it new goals, especially when it comes to running. It’s time to start logging miles for 2020. And one of the best ways to track both workouts and goals is my writing it all down in a running journal. There are multiple benefits of having a running journal, Yes, our
Author: Lauren Keating
For the past eight weeks, I have been dreaming about how good it will feel to finally run again. My daydreams featured me mid-run, the endorphins pumping in that old familiar amazing feeling, while the motion itself flowed naturally. It was to be like riding a bike. I knew I would be slow at first
Training for a race in the winter? Then you probably feeling just a bit nervous about how you are going to make it through all the training runs in the cold and the snow. But it is possible to continue to run throughout the winter months. Many runners start training in the winter for spring
Cardio and yoga both are exercises that reduce stress. But which one is the best for stress?
The best running pace for beginners should be a pace that feels comfortable, at least 12 to 13 minutes per mile.
You have been working out and eating right—finally saying goodbye to the sweets from the holiday season. But then you are invited out to eat. After being committed to making healthy food choices it seems like there are two choices: decline the invitation and stick to your home-cooked, meal prepped dish to stick to your
It’s almost time to ring in the New Year. And this means we all start singing that same old tune of “new year, new me” mentality that includes losing weight and working on ourselves. In general. It is great to set goals. I am a huge goal setter. But the problem is that most of
When women take on the role of boss in the business world there is still this assumption that they remain primary caretaker of the children. And yes, we can do it all but what about dad? Even today there is still this stigma that men are the primary breadwinners and it’s the woman’s job to
Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year.
There’s nothing more refreshing than gulping down water—and then splashing it all over our red faces—during a hot and humid run in the summer. Having water on hand is a must to prevent dehydration. But what about during those winter workouts? Is it still possible to be at risk for dehydration? Winter dehydration is real.