The first race I ever went to was two hours away and I had no idea what to bring to a race at the time. I think I probably brought way more then I needed to and I even had my mom carry a backpack for us while we ran. Now that I have a few races under my belt I know what I need to bring, and it’s not as much as I thought I needed, but there are some things you NEED to bring!
It’s no secret that diet and exercise is key to a healthy heart and body, but did you know there are some foods that can help you repair your heart? It’s true, check out these six foods for a healthy heart!
Getting some fitness in during the winter time can be really fun, but it can also be dangerous. No one likes the cold, but it’s also physically dangerous. When working out in the cold make sure you are prepared. Follow these tips to make sure you stay safe while outdoors.
The American Heart Association recommends that a healthy adult get at least 150 minutes of aerobic exercise every week, or 30 minutes 5 times a week. If you can’t do 30 minutes in one go, you can split it into two 15 minute sessions and still get the same benefits.
It’s no secret that preparing meals at home is way healthier then grabbing something at a restaurant! But it’s also important to keep track of what is going into your home-cooked meals. Sometimes ingredients in our favorite meals can add a lot of un-needed calories and fat! Here are some simple ways to make your favorite meals healthier.
I am a ‘bare bones’ runner, and by that I mean I generally don’t like to take a lot of things with me when I go out for a run. However there are a few things that I love to use for keeping fit, like my fitbit, ipod, and wireless headphones.