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Thanks so much for including me. Definitely gave me a good kick off for the new year! xoxo
3 months, 3 weeks ago on 60 Must-Read Health & Fitness Blogs for 2013
I'm a sucker for anything pumpkin. Can't wait to try these. Thanks so much!
6 months, 3 weeks ago on The Greatist Table: 5 Healthy Pumpkin Recipes from Around the Web
You had me at guacamole bacon bites. Pining this right now!
7 months ago on The Greatist Table: 5 Healthy Avocado Recipes from Around the Web
This is wonderful. I really enjoy the Happiness Project. Thanks for sharing.
9 months ago on My Greatist Routine: Gretchen Rubin
@50by25 They aren't the most ideal choice, primarily because of the shape of the sole. Even though the cushion is worn down, the soles are typically higher in the back and lower in the front, with a curved toe. And the soles are also softer than what you would find on the shoes mentioned above.
That being said, if that's all you have in your closet, then don't by any means skip the gym for the sake of not having the right shoes.
I think this might be a struggle that a lot of runners/endurance athletes go through-- that is weight lifters don't think about. If you invest a good amount of time into endurance training, then you will invest a good amount of money into the proper shoe.
The best trade off in these situations might be the Minimalist shoe, which works well for both endurance and weight lifting.
9 months ago on Which Shoes Are Best for Weight Lifting?
@meaganpruett Thank you so much. I don't think I can stop smiling after reading this comment. :)
9 months, 2 weeks ago on My Greatist Routine: Kellie Davis
This is fabulous. Thanks so much, Greatist!
You had me at eggplant, one of my favorite foods! Thanks for this.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on Recipe: Eggplant Chips with Basil Yogurt Dip
This is great! I have several clients who are endurance runners and they are always pleasantly surprised at how much greater their stamina becomes through strength training. When they work with me I usually cut their cardio training by 1/2-3/4 and ramp up their strength training. They come out of the race feeling on top of the world, recover faster, and break their PRs.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on What's the Best Way to Build Endurance?
Summer is my favorite time of year because of all the stone fruits available. This looks fabulous and dangerous all at once. I can easily eat this whole thing in one sitting. :)
10 months ago on Recipe: Fruit Salad with Lemon-Lavender Syrup
Yum this looks like a falafel sandwich. I will have to try this. Thanks!
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Recipe: Baked Chickpea Burgers
This is a great bit of info. My dad suffers from gout and cherries are always his go-to item to help relieve symptoms, too.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Fight Muscle Soreness with Cherries
@lashaugh These are fabulous organizations. Thanks for sharing and supporting youth in sports.
11 months, 1 week ago on 8 Sports and Exercise Charities Changing the World
Great tips! I have many clients who are former runners. They stopped running because they suffer from all sorts of ailments like pelvic stress fractures and bad knees. I provide strength rehab exercises and they work wonders. Building up strength around those joints is a great way to help resolve and prevent some of these issues.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on The Most Common Running Injuries and How to Avoid Them
Great list. Some new faces I'm sure to follow.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on 60 Must-Follow Health and Fitness Twitter Accounts for 2012
I love, love, love beets. So very much!! They do tend to turn everything pink and red... Everything!
11 months, 4 weeks ago on Superfood: Beets
@Joan Zauderer You are very welcome. Enjoy!
11 months, 4 weeks ago on 50 Awesome Pre and Post-Workout Snacks
@logandear Thanks so much! Try some out and let us know your favs.
His recipes are so fabulous. Thanks for the great interview!
11 months, 4 weeks ago on Chef Alain Ducasse Talks Cooking Healthy
For a gal whose been madly in love with the same man for 14 years, this is always an interesting topic. I recently read that single straight women are now outnumbering single straight men in the US. Many women though they dream of being married opt to start a career and a family without the other half of the equation. It's not that single women are hopeless... they just have slim pickin's. When this happened in our frontier days, men just shipped in women from other parts of the world. I don't see that movement happening again now that the tables have turned.
12 months ago on I Virtually Do: How Social Media Is Changing Marriage