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!
I’m not scared of ghouls and ghosts. My biggest fear isn’t something popping out of the shadows to eat my brains. It’s the fear of getting fat again.
Stop overthinking your goals and resolutions and go break a sweat. You will always fail to get results if you keep making excuses not to work out.
I grew up playing roleplaying games, not fitness games. I started with The Legend of Zelda--complete with the cool-as-heck, gold NES cartridge--and I’ve never looked back. Two dozen or so Chrono Trigger rentals, Final Fantasy VII on release day, World of Warcraft for...
Do your feet lose weight? Yes they do!I did not expect that, so let me tell you what else to expect so your wallet isn’t caught off guard like mine was!
Drink more water by putting something (like ubber bands) on your water bottle, and you can magically see how much water you’ve drunk during the day. It’s awesome, and it’s simple.
I get asked how to start running a lot. A lot. I love this question because it’s easy to answer: use Couch-to-5K or a program like it. But there’s a problem. C25K is hard. Like really hard. Especially if you’re not a runner. Even more so if you’re not active at all, and you’re just starting out with fitness and exercise.
The goal is to move more and be more active than you currently are. You don’t have to hit the gym. You don’t necessarily have to set time aside for it. You just have to incorporate moving into your life more often.
Professorbeej is dead. From a certain point of view. Much like how Darth Vader killed Anakin Skywalker, Beej just took out Professorbeej.
Today’s run was pretty easy. A 9:27 mile, and my heartrate never went over 165, really. Not that I noticed, at least. And that’s awesome. Recovery runs aren’t meant to tax you. They are just there to keep you moving and making sure your body doesn’t wither away into a lifeless husk.