Protect Your Heart With These Foods

Cardiac diseases are one of the biggest health problems in our culture. By eating more fish, fruits, veggies, whole grains, nuts and vegetable oils and less red meat and processed sugar we can lower our risk of disease.

Healthy Resolutions for 2018

The beginning of new year is the perfect opportunity to start a new habit. It gives us a chance to refresh and evaluate our goals. Make 2018 the year that you tackle your goals!

Four Tips For Anyone Starting to Run

The most common comments I get from nonrunner friends are “I wish I could do that” or “I can’t even run a mile.” But the truth is, that’s actually normal when you’re starting to run. In fact, most seasoned runners also didn’t knock out a quick mile on their very first go.

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Pilates Moves for Runners

Pilates focuses on strengthening your core, improving your balance, coordination and posture. As a low impact activity pilates is a great tool to balance out all the pounding of race training.

The 12 Reasons Every Runner Should Consider Racing

Bart Yasso is known as an expert and prominent figure in the running world. Yasso discusses in his latest book why we sign up to race. His book is titled Runner's World Race Everything: How to Conquer Any Race at Any Distance in Any Environment and Have Fun Doing It.

Running Your First Race

Adding a race to your calendar gives you a goal to train towards and will help to motivate your training. Check out these tips for getting to your first starting line.

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Exercise Is Our Best Miracle Drug

Exercise is just as good for your head as it is for your heart. Aerobic exercise has significant impacts on your brain. Exercise is a natural way to lift you mood, improve your memory and protect your brain against cognitive decline.

How To Reduce Soreness Post-Workout

Just because you’re sore that doesn’t mean you should skip your workout. There are actually things that you can do that will make you feel better.