Winter Coping Tips for the Movement Impaired

Winter Coping Tips for the Movement Impaired 1

As pretty as snowfall might be, the winter months can wear a person down. When added to the already glum mix of cold weather and limited daylight, mobility issues can make winter difficult to get through. We can empathize! That’s why we’ve put together our favorite methods and tips for coping with winter blues. Spend…

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Best American Races for Runners in 2019

Best American Races for Runners in 2019 2

Why do we run races? Love for the sport, sure. The challenge to body and mind. The camaraderie and setting are important, too. For most runners, though, a race is more than just a chance to compete, or a medal to hang around their neck. It is a life experience worth cherishing for the hard…

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4 Ways to Safely Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions

4 Ways to Safely Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions 3

In the spirit of optimism and support, we salute your new year’s resolutions, whatever they may be. In our experience, what separates those who achieve their new year’s resolutions and those who don’t is simple: setting and pursuing resolutions in an intelligent, safe way. Failing to do so can not only derail a person’s gung-ho…

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Workout Ideas for When Gyms Get Crowded in January

Workout Ideas for When Gyms Get Crowded in January 4

Have you noticed how crowded the gyms are in January? That’s because a curious phenomenon takes place at the beginning of each new year: people flock to make good on their New Year resolutions (and get the most out of their shiny new gym memberships). Not your scene? No problem. There are plenty of creative…

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