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Personal trainer Heidi Parr says working your back muscles is important. “As we age, we start hunching over more and more because a lot of our daily tasks involve the chest muscle. Eating, driving, pushing a shopping cart around. So … Continue reading
It’s Saturday morning. I get up early, put on two perfectly fine socks, lace up and head out for a long run. A few hours later I get home, take off my sneaks, and find both of my big toes … Continue reading
Lisa Taylor of Evolution Power Yoga show yoga poses that will stretch your feet, ankles, knees and thighs. Taylor says these poses are great for before or after activity like running or cycling.
December tends to bring a lull in workouts for me. Training and recovery from my fall marathon are long past, and training for my next race is at least a month away. Although I’m still running regularly, my schedule has … Continue reading
Lisa Taylor with Evolution Power Yoga shows a series of poses that will help relax tension in your neck and shoulders.
Any athlete is used to enduring some pain. As runners, we train our minds to push beyond what we feel are our physical limits. At some point during any race or hard workout, body and mind gang up and try … Continue reading
Lisa Taylor with Evolution Power Yoga says a great way to relax from the hectic holiday schedule is the shavasana, or corpse pose. Follow along for tips on how to take a break, and make the most of your time … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is a funny holiday. It’s a day for parade watching, family, football games, and OMG all of the food smothered in gravy, but it’s also a day for racing. Turkey trot 5K and 10Ks have become super popular, and … Continue reading