Saturday, December 15, 2018
Avoiding the ease of the Starbucks Drive-thru is a lot simpler than you might think. Here are some easy tea hacks to help you with a healthier alternative that's been a poorly-kept secret for thousands of years:  Steep it fresh....
Five Ways Tea Can Boost Your Performance, Naturally By Maria Uspenski We’ve heard a lot of buzz about tea for endurance athletes lately and we wanted get the real scoop so we talked to our friend Maria Uspenski, founder of The...
Colorado's Front Range, stretching from Fort Collins south down to Colorado Springs, is known for its endless, world-class hiking and biking trails. It's also home to more micro-breweries than any other region in the country. From a casual dog-friendly hike on Sunday...
Runners are constantly trying to pinpoint the hydration “sweet spot,” that is, optimizing fluid intake for peak performance while simultaneously preventing dehydration and over-hydration. During the summer months, finding this sweet spot becomes especially relevant and important for safety....
Guest Blog: Albert Lu Find out if you are sweating too much During your races, you probably sweat a great amount. Not only are you losing water through your sweat, but you are also losing important salts that your body requires...
How to deal with running in hot or cold climates For the past 10 years now I have lived in Phoenix, Arizona - one of the hottest places to run in the U.S. for a good part of the year;...
Guest Blog: Linda Samuels   Athletes are always asking me, “What’s new and exciting in sports nutrition?”  Well, there are so many new topics to talk about, but the most exciting for me right now is that I’ve found a company...
Guest Blog: Linda Samuels “To Drink or Not to Drink – Is That Your Question?” The summer sun has amped up the heat and athletes are increasing the volume/intensity of their workouts.  You’ve been sweating a lot more lately, right?  So,...
To carry a water bottle or not?  I get this question a lot and here are my thoughts on the matter. I think if you are going to be out there between 2 to 5 hours for a marathon or longer...