With the summertime approaching, almost everyone has travel plans. The weather will be great and the kids are out of school. It's the perfect time to get away. Vacations can be great for unwinding, but can also wreak havoc on your fitness goals!
Instead of completely abandoning your current fitness program, you can modify it to fit your temporary surroundings. The same applies to nutrition. You don't have to toss your nutrition plan overboard just because you're on the road. Just make healthy dining choices whenever possible while you're away.
By all appearances, spring has finally sprung. Even though the winter in Raleigh, NC, can hardly be called severe when compared to some other parts of the nation but it seemed to go on longer that it ought to have.
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Juggling a busy schedule that consists of 40-60 hours in the office, home, life, kid, and animal responsibilities (if you have them) is enough to deter anybody from squeezing in gym time/workout time. However, that does not mean that you are doomed from being healthy.
I'm not sure of anything better to look at while running. The sky was blue and the mountains were white... they never cease to amaze me.It was cold, but I thought it would be a waste to sit inside all morning, so I opted for a morning jog through the snow. Being so excited about the snow and sunshine, I ALMOST went after my run a little ill prepared and therefore would like to share some tips on outdoor running in the winter.