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.
Jedi are in crazy shape, but how do they get that way? I say Yoda does a lot of yoga, gymnastics, and/or CrossFit.
It hadn’t really clicked how much I identified myself with the term runner. Not athlete, not lifter, not superhappyfuntime weight-loss awesomeman…just runner. And now I can’t run.
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.
When you’re a runner, you’re always hungry. You eat and eat and eat to run and run and run and run. But where is the balance between fueling and weight loss?
Running a 5K sucks. Not as a race or as an event, but as a distance. More miles is more fun.
Running in the summer can be brutal, especially with asthma and humidity.
Overall, the app is fine, but it doesn’t cater to an intermediate runner–which is its target audience.
I’m in love with running shoes. I love them. Love love love them. And I want as many of them as I can possibly fit in my house.
You can’t beat exercise-induced asthma. You just have to outrun it.