As maturing athletes, one of the first things we notice is an increased feeling of tightness pretty much from head to toe.
After a brief, informal brainstorming session on content ideas for Downshift, it struck me that my first habit I would highlight for our Nourishing Habits column should be exactly what I am trying to do...
Everyone seems to be migrating here to Bend, tis the season I guess, and all we can think about is how to get back to our rambling roots.
I know, it feels like a chore, it feels silly, it feels awkward and kinda pointless. You’re not spiritual, you’re not flexible, you’re not a hippy. You don’t know what all those Sanskrit words mean....
As a devoted and enthusiastic endurance athlete, I find great value in adding a yoga practice to my training, and hope to help others discover the benefits for themselves.
Our pace had slowed to a sun-beaten crawl, and the shade that seemed to cover the trail kept hopelessly receding.
I love to talk about food. I love to tell people what to eat. I love to grocery shop. I love looking at food. I love cooking food.
Show up at the start line of any road or trail run, triathlon, or cycling race these days and it is clear women are no longer a minority in the racing scene.
It’s mid-December! Time to cue up New Year’s resolution blog posts and motivational Instagram memes.