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Top Running Games when you can’t get off the Couch

Games now are more interactive. They do not only get your heart pumping and give you adrenaline rush, they also make you move, groove, and want to jump off your mom’s couch. If you are a running enthusiast and for some reason, you don’t feel like hitting the treadmill or doing even a 3k outdoor […]

How To Deal With Exercise And Your Spring Allergies

Spring is a great season for outdoor exercises with the warmer weather and the great view around you. However, it can be pretty challenging for those with allergies as spring is synonymous with pollen season. Runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, and congestion are some of the allergy symptoms triggered by pollen. But this doesn’t mean […]

How Busy Moms Can Squeeze in Running in Their Routine

Moms often have a lot on their plate. From managing the household to taking kids to school, a workout routine for moms is really more of a luxury than a need. According to clinical psychologist Lavina Rodriguez, Ph.D., while the most common excuse for not exercising is “no time,” there are deeper reasons like lack […]

Work Out Tips for Plus-Size People

Losing weight is no easy feat. It takes work and discipline to reach the ideal weight you want. But going to the gym can be intimidating for some people especially if they are a little bit on the heavy side. Some plus-size people struggle with self-confidence or feel intimidated seeing others who are physically fit […]

Running vs Cycling: Which is better for weight loss?

Different forms of exercise have been proven to aid weight loss.  Running and cycling are two of the most effective workouts that can help you shed off some pounds. According to Professor Hirofumi Tanaka, director of the Cardiovascular Aging Research Laboratory at the University of Texas, running and biking are both rhythmic aerobic activities that […]

A How-To Guide to Mindfulness and Running

Over the years, mindfulness has been increasing in popularity. Meditation studios are increasing in number to accommodate the demand to unplug and reconnect with one’s body and surroundings. Mindfulness is all about being in tune with the present, listening to your body and being one with the moment. Running with mindfulness allows you to go […]

Exercise and Anxiety: How to Keep Anxiety at Bay

The beginning of a new year is an opportunity to start anew. A clean slate. A chance at making the new year the best one yet. But for some people, it can be a challenge. Financial stress, winter blues, and the holidays ending can dampen your mood and increase your worries. For some exercise enthusiasts, […]

Tips from Elite Runners on How to Train During Winter

Many athletes think that the winter season is the perfect time to pack up their workout gear and hibernate. However, for elite runners, the cold season is not a time to slack off on training. “Many runners simply take the winter off, but this is a huge mistake,” USATF-certified running coach Jason Fitzgerald said. Barely […]

How Your New Year’s Resolution Can Change Your Life

At the beginning of every year, we make a list of resolutions and changes to achieve. Most people have weight loss and a healthy and more active lifestyle at the top of their New Year’s resolutions list. However, having the best intention for your goals is only the first part of achieving it. You need […]