Fitness Junkie - a person who has made working out a part of their daily lives and dedicates all their free time to working out and/or doing physical activities.
Okay, let’s be realistic: the holiday season is coming, and with all the gatherings that you have to attend starting this month until January
Long Runs can be boring, especially when you're doing it alone. But to safely run a marathon one is required to do Long Slow Distance "LSD" runs to help prepare the body to endure the stress of the upcoming race.
The season of long lines at the taxi stands and cab service stalls has finally arrived. Not that anyone’s looking forward to that. It’s also the season of sketchy characters in the person of cab or car service drivers.
Recently we’ve been reading about fellow running/multisport enthusiasts who collapse during a race, with tragic results. While we can’t control all the conditions during race day...
Here are some apps and gadgets (to help get you started on the journey to a new, fitter you.
Bikram Yoga is a series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises. Practicing Bikram Yoga has been proven to help with weight loss, improve blood circulation, support injuries and relieve back pains
It may seem like an embarrassing thing to do (it could hurt your pride, yes), but there are times when quitting a race – or not showing up at all – is one of the smartest decisions you’ll ever make.
Don’t be overwhelmed with all those hi-tech running gear you see in your favorite sports shop. Here’s a list of the top 10 things you should have in your “running kit” to run safe and sound.
A sports bra is one of the most important sports gear a woman can have – it has a big effect on training and racing performance.