Category: Health

Tips for Beginning Runners »

I used to run track and cross country in high school and college. 4:30 miles and 16’s for the 5k were of the norm. I had some tendinitis in my knee towards the end of college and when I graduated I quit running altogether. I’ve started back and have compiled a short list of things […]

5 Of The Best-For-You Fruits »

Fruits are generally high in fiber, water and vitamin C and regular consumption of fruit is usually associated with reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular disease, stroke, Alzheimer disease, cataracts, and some of the functional declines associated with aging. Sounds pretty good, huh? It’s even got it’s own category in the food pyramid. They even suggest […]

Un-bore your workout »

Shamelessly stolen from Men’s Health…here for mere convenience. Start with Your Hamstrings “Most men do the exercises they like first and save the ones they know they hate for last,” says Steve Lischin, NASM-C.P.T. “Toward the end of a workout, they either put little effort into these exercises or just skip them entirely.” Performing your […]