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This past Sunday, the inaugural Old Glory Coast to Coast Relay came to a close as Team RWB member and wounded veteran Will Reynolds ran the final half mile of the 3800 mile journey into Walter Reed. Over 1000 team members, including Robin and myself, carried a single American flag along a 60 day journey that began in San Francisco on September 11. At Walter Reed, RWB founder Mike Erwin presented the flag to VA Secretary Bob McDonald to kick-off Veterans' Week.
We ran the American Odyssey Relay for the fourth time this year. Checkout the race and our story. The AOR is a fun adventure race accessible to all fitness levels and we run to support Team RWB veterans. You can read more about both of these organizations on our Partners page.
When you hit the road for a personal or business trip, you often can run into major roadblocks in eating healthy and staying the course when it comes to nutrition. Before your next trip, pack the following tips with you so that you can successfully navigate your nutrition options whether you’re flying, road tripping or traveling for business meetings.
As the leaves turn and the weather gets cooler, it’s tempting to turn to those not-so-healthy comfort foods. The good news is there are plenty of delicious comfort foods that you can fill your fall plate with and still celebrate the beauty of the season ... healthfully!
Local gym acquired by a national chain, bad news, right? Wrong. Here's our take on the change.
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New year, new you—right? But what if you’ve stopped following those workout plans you so enthusiastically set at the end of 2012? You feel there’s no way to salvage those next-year-I’ll-run-a-marathon goals and you’re already giving up. But don’t!
Ken Clarke and Rick Coe, personal trainers who own Fitness Together studios in Montgomery County, share tips to help you stay on track with those 2013 fitness plans. Perhaps more importantly, Ken and Rick offer advice on what to do when things start going downhill.
How do you handle New Year’s resolutions, especially when they start to fail?
Do you find yourself innocently settling into the couch at the end of the day when all of the sudden you are hit with a whammy of a craving for just a spoonful of delectable chocolate caramel ice cream? And before you know it, your spoon is hitting the bottom of the carton? I hear stories like this from our clients all the time. The good news is that there are actions we can start doing today that will quiet the cravings and help us reclaim control of our evening eating habits.
The winter slump is here. New Year’s resolutions have run their course, flu and cold season is in full swing, and your gym membership has become nothing but a line item on your credit card statement. How do you stay on top of your wellness over the next few weeks until bathing suit season gets close enough to get you motivated again?
’Tis the season for your new year’s resolution. If you are anything like me, you are waiting until after the Super Bowl bash to start your new diet. So whether you have already taken the dive into health and wellness for the new year, or are kicking off your own new season after the big game, here are some foods that you should have stocked in your kitchen – and of course, that you should be eating on a regular basis!