Wednesday, September 23, 2015

How To Move More

Are you wanting to incorporate "more fitness" into your day?

This post from will give you ideas on how you can do more fitness activities as a part of your daily routine activities.
According to this article, 30 minutes of activities per day is nearly as good as an hour of exercise.

Going to take break here for a few weeks due to some travel. 

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Take Time To Heal

A good reminder from the "I Have Run" blog.  Take time to heal.
A good rule of thumb is if something still hurts after two weeks of rest and the proper ice, stretching and other "self-remedies", it's probably time to seek medical attention.  But don't make an injury worse by trying to "work through it".

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Unique Workout

This gentleman has an unusual workout.
However, it looks pretty worthwhile.  According to this Wall Street Journal article, U. S. Senate staff member Vincent Morris uses a 20-sided die he used playing Dungeons and Dragons in his youth as the basis for his exercise.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Exercise And Heart Attacks

The recent death of well-known J.P. Morgan Chase executive James Lee reignited the debate about whether exercise can trigger a heart attack.
This Wall Street Journal article shows information from the experts that clearly exercise outweighs the risks toward having a heart attack.  Read on for the data.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Finding Time For Triathlon Training

Found some great nuggets in a recent edition of the Wall Street Journal (of all places) on training and fitness.
This is a great read featuring a variety of suggestions as to how you can work the time-consuming training activities into your regular daily schedule. 

Friday, September 4, 2015

Losing Muscle Tone

If you are working out regularly, why do you notice a lack in muscle tone?
As we age, it gets harder to maintain muscle tone.  These tips from an article on will help get you on the track of keeping those muscles from drooping to the floor.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Using Foam Rollers

Using foam rollers as a way to help your muscles to recover can provide a lot of relief.
Check out this post in the "Run To The Finish" blog to learn how to use a foam roller to help yourself "heal".