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.
The hardest part about weight loss isn’t losing weight. It’s keeping the weight off for the rest of your life.
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 best way I can analogize how losing weight made my life better is that I didn’t suddenly get a whole new version number, but it got a much needed point-release patch.
Running in humidity can be a nightmare, despite what Sebastian from The Little Mermaid says. It may not be better down where it’s wetter.
Ending my tenure as a member of #TeamNewSkin doesn’t mean my training is over. Far from it.
Things are looking up: I’m a #FitocracyAmbassador and in a Runner’s World book for beginners!
Human beings aren’t adapted to eating grains, and if you cut them out of your diet, you’ll feel and perform better. Guest Post by Chelsea Whitten.
Over the past month, I’ve hit a pretty good stride with my running and pushed past a few barriers–both mental and physical–thanks to New-Skin.
Peet’s Coffee asked me what I give a cup about. My answer is simple: you.