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Returning to Running After An Injury

The sun was slowly rising as I was quickly gliding through the palm-tree filled streets one morning of my vacation in Naples, FL. The peaceful jog suddenly turned painful when I lost balance and slammed by body against the pavement. As the skin around my...

pb and j oatmeal

PB & J Oatmeal

Oatmeal is the main staple of my morning routine for so many reasons. It’s easy to prepare, healthy, delicious, cheap, and keeps me full until lunch time. Just a half cup of oatmeal is packed with manganese, fiber, iron, phosphorus, zinc vitamin B1, vitamin b5,...

Staying Healthy When You Can’t Run

So you’re running most days, gaining endurance to push further, and feeling motivated to train for your next race, and then BOOM you’ve suffered an injury preventing you from logging your daily miles. Sounds like a nightmare, right? This is something I recently experienced, and it...

5 Tips to Increase Your Running Mileage

Do you feel like you've hit a wall in terms of how many miles your body can endure? The good news is you're not alone. Whether you're training for your first half marathon or just trying to run over two miles, getting pass that threshold...

Healthy Bean Soup

Soup is my favorite thing to eat in the winter, but it's hard to find store bought soups that aren't loaded with sodium. I always recommend making your own with either homemade or low-sodium broth, and adding flavor with herbs and spices rather then dumping...