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Just like all forms of exercise, running means something different to everyone. Whether you love it, hate it, prefer the trails or the treadmill, there’s a place in running for everyone. Not to mention, it’s one of the simplest forms of exercise to do. No need to learn complicated steps or buy expensive equipment.Go to Page
If you’re still debating over what to get Mom for Mother’s Day, you’re in luck. We’re here to help!
Last December, we rounded up some of our favorite fitness-related gift ideas which we’re sure mom would love too. This year, celebrate mom by skipping the high calorie brunches and getting active.Go to Page
We live in a society that loves to celebrate. Seriously, at any given time you can perform a quick Google search and find a “holiday” being observed that day. Well it just so happens May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month as declared by none other than the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition.Go to Page
Fitness trends tend to come and go, but here’s one we think is sure to stick around for the long haul. Interval training can help us become stronger, faster and even save us time.Go to Page
How often do you think about what’s in your gym bag? For many of us, our bags are probably packed zipper to zipper with all of our favorite workout essentials. I know I couldn’t get through my fitness routine without a hair tie, my iPod shuffle and a pre-workout snack.Go to Page
April has long been synonymous with keeping the Earth healthy. Earth Day, Earth Week, even Arbor Day all fall during the fourth month of the year. While it’s important to take care of our environment, it’s equally important to take care of ourselvesGo to Page
Wandering up and down the aisles at your local grocery store is anything but a walk in the park. It’s more like sitting in traffic during rush hour, billboards glaring mixed messages in your direction.
Organic chicken. Locally-grown apples. Multigrain bread. The options are endless, but alas, your bank account is not.Go to Page
Seeing a film on the silver screen is more commonly associated with popcorn and king-sized bags of candy than fitness. It probably always will be, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a hint of motivation hiding behind all that action. Case and point: who doesn’t want to go for a run, museum steps optional, when they hear the Rocky theme song?Go to Page
Long before the first blade of green grass peeks out from underneath the winter snow, many runners are focusing on a different kind of green. Their goal? To complete the St. Patrick’s Day race of their choice.Go to Page