Michael Hildebrand

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Breakfast Skillet with Green Onion Home Fries

Rated 5 out of 5 by Alwaystimetoeatwell from Great meal for the holidays We were looking for something different over the holidays. This was an excellent choice. I decided to combine the potatoes and chorizo mixture. We cooked them separately as in the recipe. But before going in the oven, we …

Kelly Starrett: MobilityWod Principles

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3 Bad Habits Fit People Don't Have

<i>By Jennifer Cohen</i><p>Fit people aren't born, they’re made. They’re the hard bodies that get up early, hit the gym, work full time, and still have the energy to volunteer at the animal shelter and make Pinterest-worthy fruit cups for the PTA meeting. You see, millions of small, healthy choices can …

How to Use a Foam Roller

Six pre- and postrun routines to boost flexibility and recovery.<p>If you use a foam roller only to rehab injured muscles, you're not getting the most out of it. A roller—which looks like a firm log—can be a valuable part of a healthy runner's warmup and cooldown routine, says Michael Clark, Ph.D., a …

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4 Running Motivation Tricks

Sometimes, the hardest thing about running is actually motivating yourself to get out and hit the road. Here's how<p>Sure, your legs and lungs burn, but running is just as taxing on your brain. From making the decision to lace up to fighting through each mile, "the process of running is …


In Defense of Stairs

Taking the stairs won't save the world, but don't underestimate the benefits.<p>A friend just forwarded me this frothing screed from Gawker about Michael Bloomberg's proposal to increase access and visibility of staircases in New York City. Normally I ignore fluff like this that's clearly written to …

The Top 10 Must-Haves for Any Hiker

Want to start doing bigger hikes? This gear got one hiker through a rim-to-rim trek of the Grand Canyon<p>Hiking is an awesome way to get a solid workout and a hefty dose of Vitamin N at the same time. Jenna Lee, FOX News Channel anchor of <i>Happening Now</i>, knows that well: She recently rocked a demanding …


Ultra-thin e-skin could lead to advances in medicine, cool wearable computing (video)

Remember the names Martin Kaltenbrunner and Takao Someya -- that way, you'll have someone to blame when kids start pointing and laughing at gadgets we consider high-tech today. Leading a team of University of Tokyo researchers, they have recently developed a flexible, skin-like material that can …