Weight Loss and Running for Geeks and Nerds
Your running habit will probably be nasty and filthy. Maybe even funky. This is a dirty habit. You’ll never end a run spotless. And that is amazing.
I am horribly out of shape and in no way, shape, or form ready to run the Dopey Challenge in January. Let’s see if we can change that.
When I first started to run, I had no concept of when to replace running shoes. I had no idea when to replace shoes in general. I started to run in a pair of Skechers that I'd worn almost every day for somewhere between 6 and 8 years. Needless to say, they were almost...
11 years I started losing from 310 pounds. Plus, it’s been another 8 years since I started Geek Fitness. That’s just nuts.
You have no shortage of choices for workout games for the Nintendo Switch, but let us help you sort through them to find the best ones.
What does research say is better for recovery? An ice bath after running or a dip into a nice hot bath to ease your muscles?
Whether you’re a new runner or a veteran, learning how to breathe while running is a fundamental skill that will make you a better athlete.
Running with asthma may seem impossible. But as an asthmatic, I promise you can become a runner if you know these three things when you start!
It was time to s*** or get off the pot. So I decided to take a big one.
Thanks to Capsulejay and RunRunRosie, I’ve registered for a marathon to run with them. Gulp. This is the first weekly overview of my training.
Well, I did it. I registered for a real, full, 26.2 mile-long marathon. The Publix Atlanta Marathon to be exact. March 1, 2020. 25 weeks from now. Or rather, 25 weeks from last Tuesday. Which may mean it's 24 weeks now. I don't know. It's 6 months away, or as Siri...
Y'all probably know by now that I am a huge fan of meditation. I probably don't practice as much as I should (narrator: he doesn't), but I still get a few minutes of focus and breathing in every day at some point. Last week on the Geek to Geek Podcast (my main show),...