Science-based training and nutrition information for active WE CAN Warriors
As gyms, pools and other recreational facilities have closed down, and look to be closed for an undetermined amount of time, we seem to have entered a mini-running boom …
The desert tends to be windy. After all, it’s not littered with windmills for nothing. Desert weather is also unpredictable.
Strength training is essential for women, especially as we age. It truly is “use it or lose it” and we were made to use it.
When it comes to long endurance events, and training for them, figuring out a nutrition plan that works specifically for your physiology is just as important as any other part of your training and preparation.
I think it’s time to change our mindset about injuries. Most athletes concede that injury is inevitable and it’s likely that we’ve dealt with several ourselves and/or have watched training partners get side-lined repeatedly with injury.
Twenty-two years ago I signed up to do my first marathon. I didn’t sign up because I felt obligated to the marathon distance nor was I particularly fond of running that far. I did it for a whole different reason and it was refreshing. I signed up to do the 1997...
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