My number one gear care tip to remove the funk from your clothes is to add white vinegar to every load.
One of the most common problems, when people work out, is the funk is everlasting. Even after washing and washing your clothes. Let’s be real, sweating is stinky business. After a while, you will get immune to the mild post run or workout funk. Even more so when you hang out with runner/fitness friends after you are done. White vinegar will be your best friend!
It’s holiday time and you need a plan to stay on track. Here are four (4) keys to staying on track during the holidays. I’ve been in the lab and testing these tips. So far they have been working during this holiday season. (more…)
If you have started a workout regime or have ramped up your current level of activity, you may be sore and not feel like you can continue. It is normal to have soreness after a hard workout or a change in activity levels. When I have hard workouts, I have a few things that I do regularly to manage my post-workout recovery. I am not a licensed physical therapist or a doctor but I will tell you about what has worked for me. (more…)
While doing a run streak, I find myself wanting to stay hydrated. It can be hard to get in your daily water. It is important to stay hydrated. Whether you are an inside the gym once it hits 70 degrees kind-of person or a stay out in the 100-degree direct sunlight kind of person, hydration is important. Here’s the thing it’s not just about water either! (more…)
Have you ever wished someone would pay you to workout? It’s the dream, right?!? Well, here are Five Ways Steps Earn Money. It seems like everyone is looking for an incentive to get that workout in or even hit that step goal. (At least once you come out the other side of the obsession with your step count…you long time fitness tracker wearers know what I’m talking about!) (more…)
A mile a day needs some creative thinking to keep a run streak alive. I’ve come up with 5 creative ways to one mile a day to complete the Runner’s World Holiday Run Streak. (more…)
As another Thanksgiving comes to a close, I want to introduce you to another person I’m thankful to know. In case you have no read about some of the other people who embody giving back, check out Alissa Palladino, Katie Rosenberg, and Harley Eisenberg‘s efforts to help others with their training. Each person you’ve met and will meet really gives of themselves.
Now that you’ve met the others profiled to date, meet Bob Wells. (more…)
Are you a person who says they are too busy to get in a workout? Have you ever said, “I could get in some movement since I have time to kill?” Are you a person who arrives early for meetings or group outings (like 15 minutes or more early)?
Do you live in a city, like Atlanta, where the traffic is so unpredictable that you may arrive 30 minutes early when leaving at the same time may have made you 30 minutes late? Do you want to be ready to make the most of your free time or extra found minutes?
If you answered, “YES!”, then keep reading for a list of things to keep your fitness journey always moving forward! (more…)
It’s Thursday and I’m back with another Thankful Thursday. Before I introduce you to another runner who gives back to the community, I want to let you know the next few will be all men. In honor of November being Men’s Health Awareness month, I thought I could introduce you to some of the great guys giving back to the community.
Without further ado, please meet Harley Eisenberg.