Whether your race day begins with a 4AM car ride or with a leisurely hotel breakfast, it’s important to stay in tip-top shape while you travel in order to avoid race-day woes.
Whether the runner in your life is a marathoner, a 5K-er, or someone who simply runs for fun, this guide has something for everyone.
This guide is not so much for casual fitness enthusiasts as it is for the dedicated bodybuilders who eat, live, eat, sleep, eat, and breathe the swole life. During the holiday season and beyond, here’s what they’re looking for.
Whether you’re already an established stop on your neighborhood’s holiday party circuit or taking the plunge for the first time, ensure a fun, festive and stress-free experience for all by checking off these items on my ultimate holiday party checklist.
Are you leaving town for a fall color tour, jetting off to a tropical beach, or taking an extended trip to visit family? For vacations long and short, packing right is necessary in order to avoid stress. The Puritan’s Pride team scoured our catalog and handpicked a few things that might come in handy.
It’s true: I’m both a beauty nut and an ex-nail biter. For years I envied the long, beautiful nails of others, but couldn’t seem to stop biting my own.
After these pictures posted on Facebook I felt compelled to share the journey that led me to such a personal accomplishment.
The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the grass is finally green. We’re not quite into summer just yet, but we’re getting there!
Special mobility, speed and agility training programs have previously been reserved for the ultimate athlete. As more people are discovering the physical and emotional benefits of functional exercise, it is important to realize that anyone with a workout program should be participating in Reactive (Power) Training.
You don’t need 20-inch biceps, a 200-pound bench press, or designer fitness apparel to look and feel at home in the gym. You just need to understand the unique and specific set of rules that govern gym culture. Don’t worry; it’s mostly common sense.