The last time I rode a bike was ten years ago when my brother and I participated in an adventure race.
This last weekend, I had the pleasure of meeting my brother in Lincoln, Nebraska, as we finished a months-long plan
I’ll be attempting to run the Lincoln (Nebraska) marathon with my younger brother in about ten days, and, as is
I promised myself a mile today, and I did it… And it feels really, really good.
My wife and I ran (jogged,walked, crawled) a half marathon on a lovely Saturday morning. The weather was great, and so were the people along the course. I just need to be a little better trained for the next one, a few tweaks here and there.
Life has a way of catching up with you and changing you. Sometimes, it changes you for the better. Other times, it takes away from you everything that made you who you are (or were). In either case, you need to remember and tell yourself and those things (or people) who rise against you that you are who you are and you are not to be messed with. There’s a reason you are here and now and will be around.
In one of the episodes of the television series “The Flash,” the titular character gets a bomb strapped to his
“Even when the rain falls down / Even when the light seems like it’s fading / Even when your heart
My brother in-law is a fitness junkie. If there is some way out there to get healthy and stay healthy, he knows it. So I was surprised when he asked several of us for any recommendations on books about handling stress. It’s not that he doesn’t know about it. He just wants to know how to communicate about stress with his personal training clients. The reason it surprised me is because any health program worth its salt should include classes on about stress and how to communicate with clients about it. After all, he went through a good program to be where he is. Like my brother-in-law, there are many other professionals in fitness and health that are looking for ways to address their clients’ entire wellbeing. It’s not all about being physically fit if you die from a heart attack from all the stress in your life. I was listening to Collin Cowherd on ESPN this morning, and he
A lot of people ask me why I put myself through the pain and agony of running five miles, ten miles, or a half/full marathon. To them, it seems like I’m losing the battle against my weight, so why bother? Why not just try some pill or something to lose the weight? Well, running is not all about losing the weight. It has other benefits as well, as I explain to you in this very short Talking Tuesday podcast.
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