No matter your lifestyle, after your 20’s, you’re on a downward path, both in terms of athletic potential and good looks. There are plenty of things you can do to hold off the aging process as long as possible, but it’s a losing battle. Even if you eat your spinach every day! I say this … Read more First Look: Baby Quasar PLUS
This year we’ve been talking about two important training sessions for sports performance as well as daily life in general. First, core training, as your body’s core is central to just about all movements. Second, even more central to every single thing your body does, is brain training. Remember the educational games from Agnitus that … Read more Now You (Err… Your Kids) Can Train Your Brain With Agnitus – FREE Giveaway!
Did you know there’s more to brain exercise than the weekly crossword? Even Sudoku pales in comparison to other methods of brain training. We might beat up our bodies on occasion, thanks to our running addictions, but physical activity is the best way to keep your brain healthy and prevent aging. Yes indeed. And it … Read more How to Keep Your Brain Big and Sharp. Plus, Prevent Aging!
As a runner, your sports bras are definitely your #1 most important bra. Which is also your #1 most important piece of sportswear! If you’re out doing a Valentine’s Day 5K, you’ll be wearing one. Sure it might be red or pink if you’re in the holiday spirit, but it’s probably not something you’d wear … Read more Slip Out of That Sweaty Sports Bra and Into Something Fancy (For Valentine’s Day!)
Want more energy? I think we all do! But when most of us think about getting energized, we think coffee. And energy drinks. And sports drinks. But sugar and caffeine, well, they might not be the best choices. Unless you like crazy jitters and sugar crashes! So let’s consider a few ways you can get … Read more The 5 Best Supplements To Get You Energized! (And Calm You Down!)
Whether you’re new to running or have been doing so for some time, are you aware of a condition known as rhabdomyolysis? At its basic level it occurs when exertion results in injury to the muscle fibers causing them to release their contents into the bloodstream; they then travel throughout the body exerting a range … Read more Avoid Running the Risk of Rhabdomyolysis