Kimberly Osborne

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Confessions Of An Age-Grouper: A Perfect Match

<i>Crafting the perfect dating profile, triathlete-style.</i><p>The topic of Internet dating — and particularly how people portray themselves in their online …

Celebrate the Holidays with Sticky Date Pudding

Pro runner Christine Babcock impresses her teammates with this warm dessert.<p>Q: What do you and professional runner/Runner's World columnist Lauren Fleshman have in common?<br>A: This sticky date pudding will fill you with delight, and sugar.<p>Lauren tweeted about this treat a couple weeks ago, but the …

Dessert

Recipe: Healthy Quinoa Fruit Salad Dessert - Women's Running

Photo by Scott Draper<p>Quinoa Fruit Salad with Coconut Whipped Cream<p><i>Serves 6</i><p>Fruit, nuts and protein-rich quinoa team up to create a supercharged …

Coach Culpepper: Goal-Setting Strategies

<i>Learn how to create and stick to achievable racing targets.</i><p>Goals, goal-setting, and being goal-oriented are terms that have been thrown around quite …

Five Indoor Workouts To Boost Your Fitness | Page 5 of 6

Interval Weight Training<p>Lifting weights is an important aspect of becoming a stronger, more efficient and injury-free runner; however, there is more …

Nutrition

<i>Perform better by taking stuff that makes running feel easier.</i><p>If you run at any given pace long enough, you will eventually get tired and slow down. …

Roasted Cauliflower, Butternut Squash And Pomegranate Salad Recipe

Warm cauliflower and butternut squash, tossed with cool, crisp pomegranate seeds and green apple make for a delicious combination in this …

The Runner's Guide to Weight Loss

Fuel up smarter (on real food), run stronger, and drop pounds for good.<p>Conventional dieting wisdom doesn't work for runners. It leaves you hungry, tired, and... overweight. So we updated seven popular weight-loss strategies to meet a runner's needs. Read the articles below to learn how you can fuel …

Weight Loss

7 Principles of Healthy Weight Loss

When it comes to losing weight, the details don’t matter much. It’s the principles that count.<p>Every legitimate nutrition expert, whether a popular …

Nutrition

Avoid Late-Season Burnout

<i>Stay on track for your peak race of the year.</i><p>For many amateur triathletes, fall means it’s time to wind down the training, start (finally) practicing …

Balancing PH Levels In Your Body

<i>Get your PH levels in the right range and keep your biochemical balance in check.</i><p>Athletes—whether distance runners, Crossfitters, triathletes or …

Banana Pumpkin Breakfast Bread

<i>Power through your mornings with this nutrient-packed fall treat from triathlete-chef Lentine Zahler.</i><p>Ingredients<p>1 cup unbleached white flour<br>1 cup …

The Only 2 Running Diet Rules You Need to Know

You could say that a runner's bodyweight should abide by the Goldilocks principle. You don't want to be too heavy, of course. But you also don't want …

The Right Way to Carbo-load Before a Race

Carbo-loading can help you race without hitting the wall—as long as you do it right.<p>Most runners know they should eat pasta, rice, potatoes, or other high-carb foods before a half or full marathon. After all, carbs are a great source of energy, and you need a lot of energy to cover 13.1 or 26.2 …

Nutrition

One Ingredient, Three Ways: Peach (or Apple) Scones

Use leftover buttermilk to bake pastries using whichever fruit is fresher.<p>So you bought buttermilk to make pancakes or waffles like we guessed in Tuesday's post, but you still haven't gotten enough starchy goodness? Use it to bake these scones with a seasonal fruit of your choice. (When we made …

Baking

Make Ravioli from Scratch

This all-day project is definitely worthwhile.<p>If your goal race has come and gone, you may find yourself lost, without purpose, with hours of time to fill on the weekends. Your body might not be recovered enough to run much, but you may be bursting with energy. Channel it into this recipe.<p>Preparing …

Baking

Butternut Squash and Kale Warm Fall Salad

When “pumpkin fatigue” starts to get you down, butternut squash is a tasty, autumnal breath of fresh air.<p>Fall has finally hit its stride. The air is crisp, the leaves have turned, and everything that <i>can</i> be infused with pumpkin flavoring has already been. We’ve got pumpkin waffles, pumpkin beers, …

Butternut Squash

Try Israeli Couscous Before Your Next Long Run

Fuel up with this tasty dish from New York City runner-chef Marc Murphy.<p>New York City chef Marc Murphy is having a big week. This Monday, he opened a new restaurant: Kingside, in the Viceroy New York hotel on West 57th Street. And this coming Sunday in Central Park, less than a mile away from …

New York City

What Runners Can Learn From Bodybuilders

<i>Discover how supplementing your training with specific types of protein at precise times can take your recovery to the next level.</i><p>It’s important for …

Use Your Noodle

Traditional, fortified, or multigrain? How to pick the right pasta for every run.<p>The night before a long run or race, what's for dinner? That's easy: spaghetti. The runner's favorite food—traditionally made with just flour and water—is quick to prepare and loaded with carbs. But now there's a new …

Nutrition

Craft a Dessert Pizza

Get a taste of the 10-page pizza feature in our November 2013 issue with this delectable recipe.<p>Attention, hungry runners: If you haven't yet picked up our November 2013 issue (on newsstands everywhere now), get down on it.<p>Why? Because we've dedicated 10 pages of our magazine—10 mouth-watering …

Dessert

What’s The Ventilatory Threshold, And Why Does It Matter?

<i>Labored breathing is very familiar to runners.</i><p>They call it the ventilatory threshold. It’s that intensity of exercise above which your breathing …

miso sweet potato and broccoli bowl

Here are the things I jotted down on my cooking wish-list <i>whilst</i> (!) I was in the UK: baked cauliflower cheese, a “proper” English Sunday roast (with …

Redefining the Patient Experience with Collaborative Care

It’s a common patient complaint about the people involved in their care: “Sometimes the left hand doesn’t seem to know what the right hand is doing. I don’t feel everyone is working together.” To address this issue, nurses at ThedaCare employed lean techniques to create a patient-centered, …

Why You Should Fill Your Company With 'Athletes'

<i>Editor’s Note: Due to the tremendous popularity of this post, David and Mary have written further about how champion “athletes” succeed in their article “The 7 Secret Traits Of Enduring Champions” here.</i><p>At our company, we work to fill our roster with “athletes.” I don’t mean this necessarily in the …