Until I went to Hogwarts, I weighed 310 pounds. Now, I’m 170 after changing my lifestyle based on what I learned there.
Your Fitness Quest
Day 4! Woo! I only ran a mile today, but I did it faster than I did yet: 8:54. I look forward to when my typical mile time gets down to the 7:50-8min mark again. That’s always a good boost to my confidence.
If your mouth is dry and you feel thirsty, it’s already too late–you’re on the way to dehydration. Even if you think you’re drinking enough, you’re probably not (we all overestimate how much we drink). So drink up, geeks!
Stop making excuses. You have to carve out time for the life you want to live and the way I want to live it.
There are few fitness lessons as important as the one you can learn from Captain Jean-Luc Picard: make it so.
I run because I love to eat. I love tasty things, and the more I run, the more tasty food I can nosh on during the day.
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.
It should come as no surprise to anyone reading this that I love running. Love it. But the running itself is only part of what I love. Almost as much as putting one foot in front of the other, I love being outside. I love the sun blinding me. I love the wind on my...
Gaining weight while trying to lose it can be like losing XP in your favorite MMORPG.
As much as fitness and weight loss is an incredibly personal undertaking, if you head into an expert-mode dungeon without some kind of backup, you’re going to wipe hard.