Confession time: I really suck at running, I really do. I’m slow, my running form is terrible, and the list goes on and on. Truth is, I have never given it the time to be a better runner, I usually “survive” the run during a triathlon. And after uncountable injuries over the last 5 years I realized it was time to target the root cause.
We’ve all experienced the feeling after a long eight-hour (read 10-hour) workday when all we want to do is go home, eat, get into bed and turn Netflix on -even though you totally planned to hit the gym after work- On today’s post I’ll share with you 7 easy tips to workout- after work. You can now officially cross your excuses off your list.
I’m about to read you mind, ready? At some point of the day you already thought and/or decided you’re not going to workout today because you don’t have enough time. I’m quite sure I got it right.
On today’s post I’ll share with you a secret workout to burn more fat, build strength and improve endurance FAST and best of all, in less than 30 minutes.
Ever since my last race a month ago something strange happened – actually not that strange but I’ll get to it- I lost my motivation and didn’t have the rising energy anymore to train.
Yesterday I was on a waiting room and I heard 3 people talking about how they were on a “diet” and how much they hated it. They were saying, and I quote “Everytime I start a diet, I follow it perfectly the first week, but I’m always starving and quit”
I have to confess it drives me crazy when I hear comments like this; for example if I pass on a piece of cake, or choose a salad over french fries as a side to my burger, people assume I must be on a diet. There’s a HUGE difference between eating healthy and dieting.
So on today’s post, I’ll explain the difference between them. Continue reading