5 Things Endurance Sports Taught Me

I have been an endurance athlete for as long as I can remember. The principles behind endurance helped me fuel ultraruns on five continents, climbs up several of the world’s tallest mountains, swims across oceans, treks down jungle paths, and paddling white and flat water...

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The Positive Outlook of Failure

So often we hear of failure as if it is a bad thing. It’s not! Not giving life a “good fight” with the chance of failure, now that can lead to a purposeless life. Giving up won’t get you anywhere. Stepping out and taking risks...

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A Starter Guide to Mindful Running

A good number of people, while they take care of themselves physically, let their mental health take a backseat. It’s important to remember that your mental health can be just as important as your physical health. This is why mindful running is such a powerful...

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How to Prevent Dead Butt Syndrome

Now that so many of us are working from home, we need to switch up our routines a bit to stay healthy. When you’re working in a traditional office setting, there are more opportunities to take mini desk breaks and move between work tasks. But...

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8 Tips to Help Seasonal Affective Disorder

As the days get shorter and the sunsets earlier, many people will experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which brings on symptoms of depression. What can you do to feel better? Dr. Fumi Stephanie Hancock, PsychDNP, is the CEO of POB Psychiatric Health and a bestselling...

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The Best Time of Day to Work Out

Whether you work out in the morning or the evening probably depends on your schedule and what you feel works best for you. Ultimately, there’s no real answer to what time of day is best for working out, because everyone lives with different biological and...

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5 Tips to Get Faster at Running

Whether you are training to join the military, currently active duty, or just want to run faster for competitive events, there are more ways to getting better at running than “just running”.  Sure, you should be running, but you will find that if you try...

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