Three Important Ways to Cool Down After a Workout

Three Important Ways to Cool Down After a Workout

Recovery time is almost as important as the workout itself. Most people have a hard enough time getting to the gym, and never even really think twice about the recovery period afterwards. No matter how you work out, your muscles will have worked harder, and there will...
Five Ways to Convince Yourself to Work Out

Five Ways to Convince Yourself to Work Out

Sometimes you just need a good reason to hit the gym. Every person who has ever worked out has had to fight the internal battle of whether to exercise, or stay home in bed. In fact, most of the times I think staying home in bed probably wins out, because taking the...
Tips for Beginner Triathletes

Tips for Beginner Triathletes

Completing a triathlon is a huge accomplishment, but comes with it’s own risks. When it comes to life goals, I am a huge proponent of setting goals for every different aspect of your life, from your professional life, to your fitness. For those of you who don’t know,...
Six Signs You May Be a Bad Sports Parent

Six Signs You May Be a Bad Sports Parent

Sometimes being supportive of our children’s sports can go too far. If you have a TV or the Internet, chances are you have heard of the show Dance Moms. If you haven’t, you probably at least know what a stage mom is. On the off chance that you don’t, stage ‘moms’ are...
Six Psychological Benefits of Children’s Sports

Six Psychological Benefits of Children’s Sports

Enrolling your kids in sports can have a positive effect on their lives. As a lifelong athlete, I have never questioned the benefits of sports for children. That being said, I wouldn’t force my kids to stick with any sports that they didn’t like, but I will always...

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