July 13, 2017
The grueling hills have given way to pavement! With the end drawing near, the last miles have seemed like an eternity. Turning the Corner by Emporia State University I could see the crowd, and most importantly, the finish line. My adrenaline gave way feeling no aches and pains, what a sight to see several people lined the streets of the finish tunnel you went through. Finally after four fours and fifty three minutes I have crossed the finish line with great cheers in the background, finally done!
March 30, 2017
A big question for athletes attempting to achieve weight goals is determining their carbohydrate threshold. Body type, muscle structure, and natural metabolism all have a bearing on how any individual diet and training regimen will help you attain your goals. Many studies confirm that low-carb diets are effective in weight loss. Additional evidence suggests reducing carbohydrate intake can lower LDL, increase HDL, and improve overall triglyceride levels.
July 5, 2016
There’s nothing more frustrating than carefully planning to work in an hour at the gym only to open your workout bag and find you’re missing something essential. Here are some must-pack items your next trip to the gym.
May 19, 2016
Most of us think of nutritional fitness supplements as practically equivalent to medicines: After all, they can help us perform, heal, recover and promote our health and well-being. Supplements also react with our body chemistry, and can even interact with other medications or supplements we take, just like medicines.
May 17, 2016
If you run, you sweat. If you run in the summer, you sweat a lot. And you already know you need to drink water or sports drinks to recover after your run. But hydration should actually be a part of your whole routine, from pre-run prep to post-run recovery.