Monday, January 25, 2016

If You're Serious About Triathlons

If you are really serious about triathlons, you might want to check out these items from
This post tells you about some equipment you can purchase to really speed up your bike time.  While these new wheels, aero bars, water systems, etc. are very cool; be warned - they are pricey too.  But check them out as they might be worth the investment.  

I'll be taking a break from blogging for a few weeks.  See you soon!

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Bettering Your Walk Pace

I am not a walker, but many people are.

Not being a walker, I haven't really studied ways to increase your pace.  This post from Jeff Galloway offers some approaches to help you walk faster and increase your endurance. 
Galloway is an interesting fitness expert as he has made his walk/run approach to marathons very popular.

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Viniyoga Helps Back Pain

Viniyoga can help your chronic back pain.
Learn more about how viniyoga or "gentle yoga" can help relief lower back pain.  The stretching motions are helpful to this issue according to this post from the Montgomery Advertiser.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Saturday, January 9, 2016

Using Meditation

Personally, I have not been a practitioner of meditation.
However, I know many people who practice yoga also practice meditation.  There are many benefits for the mind and body that come from meditation.  This post in the St. Cloud Times previews some of the positives that come from meditation.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Swimming Burns Calories

Swimming is a definite "calorie burner".
 Take a look at this post from that outlines how many calories you can generally burn from an hour-long swimming workout.

Monday, January 4, 2016

Frozen Compared To Fresh

Consumers wandering the grocery aisles often wonder if "frozen" or "fresh" products are more healthy, particularly fruits and vegetables.
Dietitian Jenny Norgaard talks about how she gives the edge to "frozen" in this post in the Des Moines Register.  Find out why.