Here's a list of 12 super foods and a description of how they'll help your body and mind:
Tip #1 Why are you running? Are you running for better cardiovascular health? Are you running to lose weight? Are you competitive and looking to enter a race? Your reasons for running will help you determine how to begin a running training program.
I'll be tooling around on my bike, nodding a greeting here, a smile of camaraderie there only to come to a screeching halt because a group of people decided to STOP RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BIKE PATH to, I don't know, do something important like solve world peace?
Oh. My. I told myself I wouldn't turn this into a rant post, so ignore the all caps up above. Let me take a deep breath and start again...
Sometimes we just don't think. None of us are perfect, that's for sure. So, the other day, when I seemed to be almost literally running into people on the bike path, I figured it would a perfect time to write a post on basic bike path etiquette.
Here are some do's and don'ts when using a bike path this summer:
Now what you do? The way I see it, you've got only one choice: get back on track as quickly as possible! Here are four ways to get back on track with you weight loss plan after a long holiday week-end.
Running is a fantastic way to get in shape, lose weight, and to find better peace of mind and overall health. It's a cheap and easy way to get in shape; all you have to do is run, with little gear required. And, in as little as thirty minutes you can get a very complete cardio workout.
With all these benefits, it might be tempting to go out right now and run ten miles, right? Wrong! Before you do that, check out these five running tips for beginners. You'll have a better running experience if you do.
My high protein pancakes topped with 1/2 banana and no-sugar-added jam. Yum!
You'll end up with 3 belly-filling pancakes for 240 calories. That's low enough to be able to add on fruit or sugar-free jam and keep it within a reasonable calorie count per meal.
Here's the recipe:
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Nope! I'm very much aware of those risk factors -- whether it's for humans or dogs. Jake is a small German Shepherd, and 74lbs was too much for his small frame. He was pudgy. If he put on any more weight, it could turn into a very real problem.
My vet suggested a very simple method that worked wonders for Jake. He's now a sleek 67lbs. Could this method help you lose weight, too? Is it too controversial for humans?
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