A free, 90-minute walking workshop & workout LAS VEGAS, NEVADA -- To kick off the start of a new walking group based in the greater Las Vegas area, organizers will host a free, 90-minute walking workshop showcasing three different styles for fitness or competition. Presenters will be 2019 National Senior Games power walk champion Sandi Stapleton and veteran race walker … [Read more...] about New Las Vegas Walking Group to Host Workshop, Workout
Stay strong when life derails your fitness plans. Imagine my shock when I realized I hadn't made a blog post in three-plus months! What the <bleep> happened? Well, life happened. I got distracted by all the shiny objects called "The Holidays." Client deadlines came, went, got re-scheduled, and re-arranged. Projects ended, others started, and some simply faded into a … [Read more...] about When Life Gets in the Way of Our Fitness Plans
Recently an acquaintance asked, “Why do you focus so much on races and race results on your website when you always lose?” Ouch! That sure could hurt if I followed her definition of winning. Every time I cross the finish line, I win. Every time I show up, I win. Signing up for a race or triathlon is my motivation to get moving. Each time I get a workout done, I also win. … [Read more...] about Motivation: The Ebbs and Rises of Its Tide
No matter what your age is, you can start right now to moving towards participating in any athletic activity. Yes, you can. https://youtu.be/SEf7MoQYgzE Video credit: The Nike Channel on YouTube.com | Published Aug. 14, 2016 Sister Madonna began running at the age of 48 in 1978. After getting encouragement from friends, she competed in her first triathlon four years later … [Read more...] about Age is Just a Number. It is for Sister Madonna, Can be for You, Too
Like millions of other Americans, did you made a long list of New Year's resolutions with much enthusiasm and optimism? I bet you promised yourself that starting January 1, 2016, that you would lose weight, get fit, do an Ironman® triathlon, an ultramarathon, eat more kale and less red meat, stop procrastinating, keep a clean house, get a raise and a promotion at work, be less … [Read more...] about It’s February 1. What Happened to Your New Year’s Resolutions?