I’ve finally worked up the nerve to take my daughter on an airplane and we’re going on a trip to Los Angeles this week to visit family. After I got over the initial fear of dealing with a toddler in the sky and stopped freaking out over what I needed to pack, I began to accept that this may be a pretty great trip.
While Stockholm on Thursday was the final Diamond League meet before the World Championships, it wasn't the most exciting meet of the week. The Kenyan Trials are where it's at.
Behind “when are you due?” and “is it a boy or girl?”, “have you picked a name yet?” was probably the most common question I was asked.
Elite athletes and experts offer advice on active isolated stretching, cross-training, intervals, and shinsplint prevention.
The toddler looked at the new vegetable, then at me and proceeded to throw the cauliflower on the floor one by one. When she finished she happily returned to eating her macaroni.
It's been well known that physical exercise can help prevent diseases such as Alzheimer's and vascular dementia. But multiple recent studies are confirming and even more exciting prospect that symptoms can actually be reversed.
A very wise president, Kid President, once said, “It’s everyone’s duty to give the world a reason to dance.”
There were so many memories in that box. I couldn’t help but wonder if future generations will be missing out on the joy of thumbing through printed photos.
While the initial part of marathons and half-marathons can provide plenty of time to warm up, you will perform better in shorter races if you have a routine.
We can never free ourselves from habit. But we can replace bad habits with good ones. — Steven Pressfield