No, we're not talking about kegels. Whether you’re getting ready to have a baby and want to strengthen those below-the-belt muscles, you leak a little every time you do box jumps, or you just want to things
How a container once integral to farming culture came to be the hipster vessel of choice: an Object Lesson In the mid-1970s, my parents fled the New Jersey suburbs to build a house in rural New Hampshire,
Some physiological data from one popular workout. The value of CrossFit for runners has been hotly debated the past couple of years. Is CrossFit a good supplement to running? A replacement for running?
Here's how to stay on track when you're away from home. I just graduated from college and got hired on to a new job that involves weekly travel. I’m thrilled for the employment and next chapter in my but
Proper form, strength training, and the right shoes can prevent injury. It's an all too common scenario: Runner begins training program. A month or so later, a twinge settles on a knee. Runner stretches,
Follow these rules, and you’ll spend more time on the road and less time in rehab. AVOID THE TERRIBLE TOO’S. Doing too much, too soon, too fast is the number-one cause of running injuries. The body needs
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Ben Stein flatly disagrees with President Obama’s apparent strategy concerning future U.S. involvement in the War on Terror. It’s this quote that concerns him: “Our systematic effort to dismantle terrorist