"Three months before my wedding, I had a realization: I don't want to be an obese groom." Three months before my wedding, I had a realization: I didn't want to be an obese groom. This was not hyperbole.
Neely was born into this sport, literally. Her dad (Steve Spence, 1992 Olympic marathoner and 1991 World Champs Bronze Medalist) was running the Boston Marathon on the day she was born. She grew up in
• When you're ill, it can be hard to tell whether exercise will make you feel better or worse.• If you're unsure, you can use the "neck rule" to determine whether working out is a good idea. When you're
From San Francisco to South Carolina to South Africa, these are the marathons, half-marathons, and other races to look forward to this year. Let’s face it: There are so many races held every week, at distance,
Most guys who are embarking on a new mission begin with one fundamental question: When do we eat? Let the Dinner Bell Ring Most diets are all about what foods you'll cut out. This one is all about what
Blame the odor on gas-producing bacteria, says Lee Silverman, managing director of WIN laundry detergent. Silverman explains the basic science behind smelly Lululemons: oil and water don't mix. Cotton
Most people have days they’ll never forget. For me, that day is April 26, 2011. It was my first time appearing on National Public Radio. As part of the program All Things Considered, host Michele Norris
Ready to get your HIIT on with a treadmill workout? Barry's Bootcamp trainer Erica Stenz created this 20-minute, superintense sweat sesh just for you. (And we just did it — it totally kicked our butts!
Reaching the 26.2-mile finishing line takes months of tough, lonely work – and, yes, a ton of carbs. Here is an essential how-to guide from a seasoned veteran On Sunday morning, thousands of people will