Fresh and frozen are two words that normally aren’t put together when it comes to classifying food. Most look down the frozen aisle and see a sea of processed foods. However this winter, look to the frozen aisle for some of those out-of-season fruits and vegetables.
Training outside in the winter can be a challenge, thanks to snow, ice and extreme temperatures. If you are looking for a low impact, indoor training switch-up, look no further than a rower.
Some call it the world’s healthiest food, others refer to it as a super food. Either way, kale is a leafy green all athletes should incorporate into their diets.
Your racing season doesn’t have to end just because the temperatures are dropping. Here are a few tips to get you through those cold weather races and training days
A nighttime run can be a great adventure, but it requires a little more preparation than running in the daylight. Below are some of the top safety tips for running in the dark.
As the weather quickly turns to winter, training outside is not always an option. It’s time to head to the gym and come up with different creative workouts to keep training unique, fun, and challenging. For me, it’s time to do speed work in a less traditional sense and continue to build muscle and endurance. It’s the time of year I make friends with the Airdyne bike.
Every once in a while, I write up a workout that’s designed to be a challenge both physically and mentally. It is these workouts that have the most carryover on race day. Today, I’m going to share a workout that’ll push your body and mind: The 100 Workout.
Since learning how important sleep is to performance, I have made it a priority. It’s even a section in my training journal.
People often think you need an expensive gym membership in order to stay fit. Although they are nice, convenient and offer a place to go to for each training session, sometimes life doesn’t always afford us that. In 2011, I created the workout in the video below after Hurricane Irene stranded the town I was living in and the trails were a mess.
Food is an important part of your training and racing program. It fuels a workout and gets you over that last wall—literally and figuratively—in a race.