After successfully completing the Kinetic Sprint Triathlon earlier this year, I felt ready to compete in the International distance: 1500 meter swim, 40k bike,10k run. I chose this race to fine tune my strategy for my target race, the National Champion Ship in Milwaukee, WI, August 2014.
Feet are among the most complex and important parts of your body, with the largest number of bones and with a very important role they play in the cardiovascular system. Unfortunately, as it so often goes, the complexity leads to vulnerability, meaning that there are plenty of problems that you can have with your feet. And even when your feet are perfectly healthy, there are other problems that you can have, such as soreness and the dreaded odor. So, how does one keep their feet healthy and fresh?1. Have a shoe salesperson measure your feet
I first learned of this technique from reading an article by strength coach Charles Poliquin in 2007. He was shown this technique more than 24 years ago by bodybuilding trainer and nutritionist Bill MacDonald.
It's time to lace of those running shoes and enjoy a workout outside. Changing up your cardio routine through the week can be challenging. Most people see running as a boring type of exercise compared to high intensity training or circuit training workouts. Well to me running is meditation, a break from the strenuous workouts and time to connect with nature.
Today I will be sharing a recipe from a gourmet nutrition book I have at home. This recipe would fit well after a workout to refuel the body with a great source of protein, sugar, carbohydrates, and fats. You could also use this as a meal replacement in the mornings before you go to work or even the afternoon for lunch. This shake takes it to the next level by offering that peanut butter-chocolate tast combo we've all grown to love. I hope you all enjoy this recipe and be sure to share it so others have the chance to try it as well.Ingredients:Rolled-oats 3 1/2 tbsp
Good Tai Chi Chuan is all about the basics.Tai Chi Chuan means Ultimate Fighting Fist. Some people shorten it to just two words -- Tai Chi. It's considered by many to be the most difficult martial art to master. Unlike most other fighting systems that rely only on the physical strength of bones and muscle, Tai Chi Chuan's core essence is the invisible energy of chi.
MANTRA BOARDS ~ ~ choose words that inspire, motivate, empower and sets your HEART ON FIRE, create a collage and use it as a screen saver, alternate different screens to run, so that you'll always have colorful stimulating energy that will help you meet your daily goals.