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
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.
The weather outside is frightful. And so is the thought of running in the winter. It is cold and windy and then comes on the snowfall and then ice. So how do you start running when winter is in full force? Many might be hoping that the answer is that you don’t. But that’s not
Brrrrr. It’s cold out there. And even after we finish our run we can’t seem to shake the chill from our bones. What we need to do is get warm and fast. Once the temperatures drop many of us continue to brave the cold and get in our runs. And for those training for a
// By Jennifer Kelly Geddes for Discover and Play Whether you’re keeping your New Year’s resolution to get fit or simply continuing a healthy workout routine, running in cold weather can be a challenge. Lacing up when the temperature dips takes determination — and some good advice for braving the elements. Before dashing out the
Hey blogging fam! I must say my immune system has really been holding out this winter. We all know the flu strain this year is not joke, and now everyone in my house has fallen ill. I have been able to remain healthy—until now. I’ve had this headcold for about three days now. I’ve been
Stay healthy this winter by using these tips and trick to avoid catching a cold or the flu. Healthy Hacks: 10 Tips to Avoid Getting Sick This Winter : T-Lounge : Tech Times. Share your own tips in the comments!
There is something refreshing about fresh starts. They kind of feel like how your lungs feel when early morning, pre-winter air enters, taking you by surprise. I love signing up for races because they motivated me to work hard the month or plus before the actual day, keeping be inspired, fit, healthy, and feeling good—both
By: Lauren Keating The ocean inhales and drags its liquid contents backward as its waves jump high and then crash to the shore with the ocean’s exhale. There is something about the ocean that is spiritual, but perhaps it is just the spirit of Coney Island. The freshness of life fills the air, as laughter
Came across a great Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/StepIn2MyGreenWorld. Seems like everyone (including myself) has been getting sick. Tea with organic lemon & honey one of my cold remedies. Add cayenne pepper & turmeric for that extra health kick.