Exercise

How to Become a Morning Runner
How many of us go to bed each night with the hopes of waking up early and squeezing in some miles before the day begins? And how many of us, even with the best of intentions, end up hitting snooze and then pushing that run until later in the day? Although pre-dawn runs come naturally to some, you might have to work to become a morning runner.   The good news is that it takes three weeks to make something a habit. By adopting these morning running tips for the next 21 days, you could turn yourself into a morning runner!   Say Goodbye to the Snooze Button One of the bigg..
Thinking Out Loud
I’m Jen Bergman, a professional runner, a first-time blogger and full-time employee at FlipBelt here to bring you the honest truth about my journey to reach my full potential as a marathoner. Reach my full potential? What does that mean? Hopefully for me it means becoming an Olympian after I compete in the 2020 Marathon Olympic Trials. I realize the stats for becoming an Olympic Athlete are 0.000001%. You have one shot every 4 years to be the very best in your country and then hopefully the world. Luckily this is my second shot. My very first Marathon was the 2016 Olympic Trials where I finish..
Get the Benefits of Cardio with these Workouts that Don't Involve Running
Let’s face it: Running is fun, but sometimes you want to do something different but still get the calorie burn and sweat therapy. Get in a heart-pounding cardio workout, no matter how much equipment you have. Many of these workouts can be done anywhere, while traveling, in the park and even with friends. You’re in luck: It’s never been easier to get in a heart-pounding cardio workout, no matter how much equipment you have (or don’t have) access to. And many of these indoor cardio workouts can be done anywhere — while traveling, in the park and even with friends. Jump Rope Remember ..
Are your goals designed to give you the best results?
Motivational speaker Zig Ziglar once said that goals are “dreams we convert to plans and take action to fulfill.” He’s right: We can wish and hope that our dreams will come true, but without work nothing will change — and that goes for fitness and weight loss, too. Specific goals are like roadmaps that are tangible. If your goal is too broad — something like “weight loss” or “looking good” — the odds are you’ll never get there. But, how can you? You must be ready to work — no quick fixes here. Here's how to design the ultimate workout plan. One high-achieving marathoner says he s..