Every beginner feels daunted by the prospect of running long distances at the beginning. You want to get started, but you’re not sure how to really motivate yourself? Don’t worry, because now you have a goal: run 5k. No need to panic – it’s the ideal place to start and you will make it much sooner than you think. Or have you been running for a while, but without much structure or a fixed goal? Then it’s time for a challenge you can focus on. Try taking on a 5k race with the purpose of finishing in a respectable time. It doesn’t have to be a marathon to really challenge you. If you want to stay motivated in the long run, you need to start setting yourself goals you can work towards and actually reach. So let us set your first one for you. Whatever your level, find out how to truly master the 5k here. Read More
Disclaimer: I received this sensor for free as a part of the Lumo Ambassador program, however the opinions in this blog post are all based on my personal experience in knowledge and not affected by outside sources. LumoTech contacted me about 1 month ago after I left Arizona to try out a new product that analyzes […]
This is a three-move workout that will sculpt your biceps and triceps while also working other major muscle groups. Get ready for tons of compliments next time you don a strapless dress!
Given that August is prime wedding and end-of-summer party season, we’re betting you’ll be donning your fair share of sleeveless dresses during the final weeks of serious heat. Arguably one of the best accessories to pair with whatever outfit you choose: A toned, strong pair of arms. That’s right, no designer bag, Rent the Runway ensemble, or Bauble Bar necklace can invoke the same compliments earned by a gym-sculpted upper half. Read More
Runners dream big. Tackling a new distance, posting a personal best,losing 20 pounds—we embrace grand challenges. But what happens after that goal is (hopefully) met? You risk stalling—unless you’ve changed your routines to those of a stronger, healthier runner. “Runners who are consistent with good habits have the most success,” says Tom Holland, an exercise physiologist, sports nutritionist, coach, and author of The Marathon Method. Read More