Weight Loss and Running for Geeks and Nerds
We need to talk about mental health. There's too much of a stigma attached to anxiety, depression, and the personality disorders. If any one of us is out of shape physically, we seek outside help for it. We go to the doctor, hire a personal trainer, or pop some...
I bit the bullet and bought Battle for Azeroth, the newest expansion for World of Warcraft. I wasn’t planning to go back to the game this time, but old habits die hard, and I have friends to make it a healthy, fun experience.
This is the obligatory “get to know you” episode of the new Geek Fitness Podcast. I talk about how I lost 150 pounds because of Harry Potter
Almost a decade ago, I didn’t get to enjoy the Star Wars weekend I attended. This year, I went back for the runDisney Star Wars Weekend and totally did.
The Ginger Runner capture the emotional and mental aspect of our sport in ways that other docs haven’t. Where Dreams Go to Die is the best running doc out.
The UA HOVR Sonic is definitely road-worthy, and I think it’s most certainly worth a trip to your nearest running shop to at least try on to see for yourself.
Earlier this year (or maybe it was late last year — I don’t remember), I decided to transition away from the Geek Fitness brand into a new one: RunningShoes.tv. I think that was an oopsie, so I’m back and gonna be better than ever.
You don’t need anything but running shoes to start running. But having some basic gear can make a big difference and keep you going.
I found an easy and simple half-marathon training plan with no gimmicks that worked to get me a sub-2hr PR in my first 13.1 race!
Just took the New Balance 1080v7 shoes out for a spin, and I like them so far. Way easier on my knees and ankle than the Altra Paradigm or Mizuno Wave Rider.
Being a runner gives my life meaning. No, wait. Being a runner gave my life meaning. I know you think that sounds hyperbolic, melodramatic, and over-the-top...and you’re right. It is. But I was reading The Terrible and Wonderful Reasons Why I Run Long Distances for...
Chapter 1, in which a urologist calls me morbidly obese, and I just can’t handle the truth. #tomcruise