Regarding Tricks & treats. The numbers below show approximately what it takes for 160 pound person to “work off” the Halloween Candy (which is no trick) when it comes to consuming the “treats”.
Ice is a natural anti-inflammatory, so ice baths are a great technique to include in your recovery routine. Ice baths not only help in mending your muscles, but they also help you feel fresh as you train and race.
When to train with a common cold,
When do you take time off?
If you want to see your times improve, you must be consistent about following your training plan and take advantage of your rest days. And yes, you will see improvements with speed work.
Have you ever had a pain in the butt? And no, this does not refer to your significant other, kids, friends or foes. This is regarding issues with your backside tissues of glutes, legs and sometimes lower back.
Meet the newest medalist from Team USA, Caroline Dunn and her journey to gold.
It’s no sweat to stay hydrated ~ but how do I determine my sweat ratio?
As we know, when we train sweat is inevitable, (even after our workouts, you may have discovered you’re still toweling off from profusion). The amount of sweat depends on several elements, such as the intensity level, weather and individual temperatures, which included your sweat rate.
If you’re like me, there’s the hustle and bustle of life, training, work, family, volunteering, etc. But that doesn’t mean our bodies should lack the rest it needs.
Ah, the joys of our 4 legged runners. Here’s the scoop: It’s okay to walk your pup after a run, however, you don’t want to begin a two a day running work-out routine because your body may not be trained properly for two a day running workouts.
So here’s something I wanted to bring to your attention. How often have you looked at your Garmin (or some form of GPS device) after a race and said? “I ran longer” “this race course was short” “My GPS says I ran xxx distance over the actual race” Below is some helpful information, a combination […]