A heartfelt story that isn't close to being over, yet.
Thanksgiving is a flat tire event for nutrition. Do you fix the flat or blow out the other 3 tires?
This is my first installment from our guest writer, Abby Domen. She is a smart lady!
Fitness and Food apply to Christians. In America, we suck at treating their bodies as temples. Here is my story about trying to make a difference.
Here are 12 tips that make race day as fun and enjoyable as possible.
This blog could focus on any of three different messages, all of which could be a could be a couple chapters long. The uniqueness of the people, the history of the places, and how the ride changed me are all great stories to tell. I will sprinkle a little of each in here. Climbing mountains holds … Continue reading Pyrenees: a trip inside as much as outside.
Someone told me, "The Pyrenees are a theme park for adults who like exercise and eating." This idea's truth rings deep. Unlike the traditional blog, this one is focused on recommended behaviors, and there is exactly one reason for that...I wish I had something written to guide my thinking before I prepared to travel to the … Continue reading How to prepare for the Pyrenees
Running takes up a lot of my training time…partly because it is a big part of my sport and partly because I like what it does to me. Pilates and Cycling can take lots of expensive equipment, but running has no such requirements. Shorts, shirt, shoes and a place to go…that is all that is … Continue reading Running in the New Mexico Sun…with my son.
"But for each of us, isn't life about determining your own finish line?" Diana Nyad This last weekend, my finish line took 2 days to reach, and there is no way I could ever forget it. I was scheduled to cycle 162 miles this weekend, including my first 100 mile day. For a seasoned cyclist, … Continue reading My first 250 km weekend
Today is my next time....