Becoming the first six-hour pacer in the history of the California International Marathon (CIM) was a dream come true! It’s taken me so long to write an official blog post about the experience because how do I even begin to describe such a mountain-top experience? The most surprising part of being the California International Marathon’s first six-hour pacer is the story of how I joined the pace team!
Everyone has been through the slog of winter living. It gets cold, you nuzzle up in a blanket, and you never want to leave. While that small bit of paradise is tough to get out of, it’s important not to let yourself hibernate too early during this cold season. Check out these tips for taking care of your body in the winter to turn these slow months into progressive ones.
The cold weather can limit your exercise options. If you’re used to taking daily visits to the dog park, you’ll need to find other ways to exercise with your dog during the winter. It’s essential for everyone’s health, so don’t allow these activities to go the wayside. Use this article to gain fun ideas for exercising with your dog this season.
Exercise is a great way to get your heartbeat up while also taking care of your body. Working out also helps you decompress since it releases those feel-good hormones—this is great after a long day. But how do you get started? Read on as we explain the best ways to create a fitness routine you can commit to for lifelong benefits!
Other than a toothache, blisters must rank near the top of the most painful minor annoyances. If you are on your feet often for your job, or if you are an active athlete, blisters make the simplest action painful. Learning to prevent foot blisters when playing sports keeps you on the playing field instead of struggling on the sidelines.