If you have been thinking about running, even though you aren’t sure you even like it, here’s how to get started and maybe, just maybe get on the road to enjoying it as well.
The absolute worst haunting thoughts are the “what if’s” and “should haves” in life. To avoid those awful begrudging feelings from floating up to your consciousness, follow my easy-to-use Guide To Living Guilt-Free This Year!
By now, you have probably read several lists on how to live as your best self in 2016, I am not about that. I am about the little, simple things that keep me going every day.
Happy New Year! 2016 is finally here. Many people have made their resolutions or goals and are ready to make this year the best one yet, but how can you ensure it will be successful? Here are some ideas.
We have all hit lows in our fitness routine. I have been guilty of hitting them for spans at a time. Times where we just want to eat carbs and watch Netflix and completely forgo the workout and gym.
Earlier this summer, Bailey Matthews completed a 100-meter swim, 4,000-meter bike ride, and a 1,300-meter run in one of the most difficult courses in the UK. What makes Bailey's feat remarkable is that Bailey, inspired by his triathlete father, is eight years old and has cerebral palsy.
Sure, turning off Netflix and getting your butt off the couch is difficult, but after watching the following video, you won't have any excuses.