I can bet that most people reading this are so focused on the details of their today that they forget why they started the journey to begin with.
My top goals in January are focused on 1. resetting my diet, 2. testing and optimizing a family budget, 3. creating space and time to dedicate towards my athletic goals. Here’s how I plan on creating a good foundation for these goals in January.
The forecast for the day is 60 degrees, a baseline test for the start of my training and some gear testing.
This weekend I was able to take my first real road ride since Ellie was born in March. It was slow going, but any day on the bike is better than not!
What is the 21-Day Superhero Challenge?
Other than having an amazing name, this challenge is about “becoming the BEST VERSION OF YOURSELF” as Emily Schromm, founder and local Denver CrossFit coach puts it.
To create lives of unbound possibility where health and fitness are limitless resources and the right of every human to design and share.
After last week’s post of finding motivation, I’ve put my legs to the grindstone and found happiness in both days of commuting on Thursday and Friday. With threats of rain…
The concept of life balance has really come to light as my household juggles a crawling baby, resident life schedule, college classes, and keeping a healthy relationship between all parties. Your belief system around your priorities completely shift once you have children, but a small voice in the back of your heart reminds you not to lose yourself in the mix.
Fartlek, which means “speed play” in Swedish, is a training method that blends continuous training with interval training. The variable intensity and continuous nature of the exercise places stress on both the aerobic and anaerobic systems. It differs from traditional interval…