Posts Tagged with "cardio"
Cardio For Meatheads
I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas or start to their respective Holiday Season. Lisa and I are currently in the Dallas/Fort Worth area visiting family so I’ll be taking a brief hiatus from the website this week. Thankfully a few friends and colleagues were kind enough to pinch hit for me and provide some… Read more
Stuff To Read While You’re Pretending To Work: 8/28/15
I can’t believe we’re only a handful of days away until it’s September. SEPTEMBER! The good news is that Fall is my favorite time of year here in Boston…the leaves changing color, the crisp air, it officially becoming “I can wear sweat pants anywhere at any time (even at the dinner table) and no one… Read more
Do Cardio, Keep Your Gains
Throughout my life there are a handful of things I never thought I’d do. I never thought I’d live in a big city such as Boston. I never thought I’d use the word “delish” to describe something I ate. Speaking which: that’s a habit I need to stop immediately. I never thought I’d read a… Read more
Is Running Natural?
Note from TG: Today’s guest post comes courtesy of Mike Sheridan, a nutrition researcher, trainer, and author of the book Eat Meat and Stop Jogging. That’s about as manly of a title for a book as I’ve ever seen. The only way it could be even manlier is if it said: He-Man Says to Eat… Read more
The Conditioning Conundrum: 4 Common Mistakes
Setting the scene: Jen Sinkler, former USA Rugby player, former fitness editor of Experience Life Magazine, current “free-agent/entrepreneur” fitness junkie, and 100% fashionista was asked a follow-up question when being interviewed by a reporter. When explaining how she prefers to train and not ONCE uttering the words treadmill, elliptical, or Thigh Master, the reporter incredulously… Read more
But What Do You Do For Cardio?
I love Boston. More to the point, I love the neighborhood I live in. My apartment is a 30 second walk from a “T” stop (for non-Boston folk that’s the name for the subway/above ground public transportation system), there’s a kick-ass independently owned movie theater a few blocks away, a lovely (again, independently owned) bookstore… Read more