holiday meal
Food & Nutrition

Holidays don’t have to be fattening!

December 20, 2017 0

Every holiday we decide that ‘this is the year I won’t gain weight’ during the holidays. And every year, we get to the holidays and within a day, we are so off our routine we […]

Natalie Johnston Running
Running

How To Become A More Efficient Runner

December 20, 2017 0

I think it’s safe to say that most competitive runner’s goals are to get faster and to gain PR’s, but the question is at what cost? I drove myself into the ground for so many […]

Triathlon
Multisport

Don’t Just Sit Around! Plan for 2018 Now!

December 18, 2017 0

For most of us, the 2017 race season is winding down. We are enjoying some down time — glad for a break from the early morning long rides, grueling track workouts, and rigors of training […]

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Running

Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone in 2018

December 18, 2017 0

If you’re like me, by December I usually consider my year of running as “in the books”. My goal races are finished and I use the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s to rest, recover, […]

GU Roctane
Product Reviews

GU Energy Labs Roctane Capsules

December 13, 2017 0

The Electrolyte Bridge for Endurance Performance Across the Water and Earth I am a former ultra-distance runner and now a long-distance ocean athlete whose stomach does not always agree with an environment that moves in […]

Indoor traning
Cycling

Give Me 20 Minutes

December 13, 2017 0

Have you ever woke up with a tickle in your throat, a high resting heart rate, a general ache that might be the first signs of a cold, but might possibly be nothing? What should […]

culpeper tri
Multisport

Season’s Greetings and New Year Planning

December 13, 2017 0

Let me first wish everyone the happiest of holidays and much love, health, and fitness in the coming New Year. This is the time of year when we are all doing a little reflecting on […]

indoor cycling
Training

Spinning the Wheels on Indoor Cycling

December 13, 2017 0

Mid-Atlantic winters can be particularly harsh. Unless you are one of those die hard cyclists who actually seem to take pride in the fact that they bike outdoors in frigid, icy, dark, unappealing conditions, you […]

winter running
Running

Winter Running Tips

December 10, 2017 0

Our winters can be a combination of freak snow storms and chilly mornings. We are not complaining, but it surely makes those early dark nights more bearable. When it comes to our time out running, […]

Mushroom Cap Half
Running

Mushroom Cap Half Marathon Recap

December 5, 2017 0

In the early morning hours and quickly following the first gun shot, The Weekly Fight, a non-profit, veteran organization that raises money for post-traumatic growth, opened the race running 13.1 miles in formation. Runners ran […]