Nike Voremo 4 Running Shoes: Tangible Boing

Posted by on May 31, 2009 in Gear | 0 comments

I just completed my first run in the new Nike Voremo 4 running shoes and all I have to say is, “BOING!”  These shoes are set up with Nike’s top of the line cushioning material and you can feel the difference.  Having just retired my 2008 Air Pegasus, I noticed a difference immediately.  Now that may just be the sensation of going from older shoes to new ones, but the improvements that I can feel are a nice snug fit through the midsole, a more...

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Want More Fruit in Your Diet? Blend it!

Posted by on May 28, 2009 in Nutrition | 0 comments

Healthy bodies need a hefty dose of fruits and vegetables, especially if you plan on working to the max. To squeeze in more fruit into your diet, try using your blender to create delicious and incredibly nutritious smoothies. The key is to use only whole fruits – not fruit juices which are high in sugar and low in fiber. Blending whole fruits and some veggies can be a great way to slim down, boost your energy, and get those extra nutrients. If...

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Three Sneaky Ways to Work Out

Posted by on May 22, 2009 in Fitness | 0 comments

Walk Whether you wander around the halls in the air conditioning or get a breath of fresh air, walking is a smart way to get your body moving. The best time for many is during their lunch break; take 30 minutes for food and 30 minutes to walk (or 15/15, however your lunch is split). Exercise in Place While at your desk, waiting in line, or even in the car, you can do some exercise. All you have to do is tighten and release your abs and glutes...

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Tortured Soles

Posted by on May 20, 2009 in Gear | 0 comments

Summer is just around the corner, but I’m already there.  Grilling out on Saturdays, playing pickup soccer on Sundays and getting outside for a run every chance I get, shirtless of course to save on laundry time.   The other great thing is that the dress code is much simplified.  Summer jeans, short sleeves and flip flops on my feet.  Alas, I am afraid this year as the mileage has gone way up my Nikes, I am going to have to make a dreaded...

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Training for a Triathlon? Consider This for the Run

Posted by on May 18, 2009 in Fitness | 0 comments

  As you train your body for the swim, bike and run remember that each event will require a unique training regimen in order to prepare you for a win. When it comes to the run, think like a marathon runner would. Would you start out running 10 miles per day every day? If you’re like most people, you neither have the time or the stamina to start out that way. Can you really fit 50 miles a week into your schedule? How about a run every...

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