It’s cool to play games for hours on end. But a lot of the time, we feel bad because we don’t move or because we eat garbage. It doesn’t have to be that way
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.
I lost 155 pounds, and I learned more than a few things that keep me fit, active, healthy, and geeky. The most important lesson, though, is this: Diets don’t work. Lifestyle changes do.
Hearthstone is a Warcraft-themed CCG with everything I’ve been looking for: online, casual, fun, and–most importantly–cheap.
If there’s a single piece of exercise equipment I wish I could put in every home in America, it’d be something like the FitDesk.
The future of fitness is in augmented and virtual reality. Run across a glacier, bike on a volcano–visit exotic locales and get your heart-rate up, without ever leaving air conditioned awesomeness of your own living room.
Do you need to lose weight? Like D&D character stats, weight is just a number. Health is way more important.
We all know working out and staying healthy takes a lot of time. A lot of time. So much time that fitness very easily becomes our primary hobby, and everything else we love is kind of forced to just sit on the bench while we press it. (See what I did there?) But...
Still sick. Still stuck at home. Still unable to be active--even walking to the kitchen wears me out and makes me dizzy. So I've taken to doing what geeks do best on sick days: gaming. Today's going to be a strange hodge-podge of gaming geekery. I resubbed to World of...
MMO raiding is stressful. Sitting at a computer, staring at a screen, and wiping to Korfok the Unintelligible for 3-6 hours can be hell on your body. Add in your raid leader and guild officers critiquing your performance, and there goes your mind. Fortunately for you...