Added by Patti Serrano on December 30, 2010 at 5:27pm — No Comments
How do you deal with the aging process? Especially the part that includes running slower? It depresses me.
First a few facts. It would appear that the body reaches peak efficiency at the age 30 and then declines in many ways. Using age 30 as reflective of 100% performance, we see the following: (a) pumping efficiency of the heart is reduced about 20% when a person…
Added by Icespike: Jeri & Keith Michalak on December 29, 2010 at 5:28am — No Comments
Tell me this, why do we put our health on hold until January…Continue
Added by Wanda McCormick on December 26, 2010 at 8:45pm — No Comments
I am Paul "Crazy Legs" Stofko running coach, race director, ultrarunner and member of the Saucony's team Hurricane. My friends at Ice Spike ask me to put this blog together to answer your running and fitness questions. Please e-mail your questions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. More great articles about running and fitness can be found at Ice Spike's blog "The Edge"…Continue
One of the hardest aspects of my job as fitness coach is to tell you that you may have to eat more! Try telling a woman that has dieted most of her life that she isn't eating enough and that could be the reason she just can't get those pounds off.
Eating smaller meals but more often also boosts your metabolism which in turn burns more fat and the cycle keeps going. Keeping an eye on what you eat is just as important as when you eat it. Skipping meals may tempt you into eating more when…
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My best ride would have to be when I was 19 and I tried racing bicycles. I could not hold a high pace for long enough to finish a crit race. I had been training hard and decided that I could do better than I had in the past so I showed up for a small race in MD. The race started off like the rest the pace was around 30mph. I was near the front just trying to hang on on this 3/4 mile circiute of 4 90 degree turns. After a few laps I knew that I was not going to be able to hold the pace if…Continue
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