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These Cities Have No Shortage of the Latest Health Trend

These Cities Have No Shortage of the Latest Health Trend

by Kat on Jan 17, 2019 0

It’s no secret that city living comes with its perks– especially in regards to dining. From 5 star restaurants and food delivery services to the long list of bars and breweries to choose from, it’s impossible to run out of places to eat and drink in big cities. But even if you’ve taken advantage of […]

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Redefining Meal Prep to be Simple for All

Redefining Meal Prep to be Simple for All

by Kat on Jan 16, 2019 0

No matter your dietary needs and preferences, almost everyone has found themselves at some point struggling to decide what to put on the table and then find the time to get the ingredients and prepare the meal. Often one falls victim to making makeshift “meals” out of whatever is available or, worse yet, snacking uncontrollably […]

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The Best Post-Run Breakfasts in DC

The Best Post-Run Breakfasts in DC

by Kat on Mar 17, 2016 0

With nice weather seemingly here to stay, it’s an absolute joy to head out for those long weekend runs. Whether you’re training for a race or not, Saturdays and Sundays are ideal for fitting in that high mileage because you don’t have to race off to work immediately after finishing your workout. It’s important to […]

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3 Great Running Routes for Springtime in DC

3 Great Running Routes for Springtime in DC

by Kat on Mar 08, 2016 0

Every March, I emerge from my DC apartment a little cautious, a little unsure. One never knows if the wind and sleet and snow will be making another appearance or if the tulips will finally start blooming. Spring in DC is incredibly capricious. Because Washingtonians never know what to expect at this time of year, […]

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Why Add Wild Alaska Salmon to your Diet?

Why Add Wild Alaska Salmon to your Diet?

by Kat on May 21, 2015 0

This blog post is courtesy of Maddie O’Laire, owner of Smart Source Seafood — Wild Alaska Salmon Direct from the Fisherman to Your Freezer! Salmon can play an important role in maintaining total body wellness and can help with energy levels and post-workout recovery.   We’ve been running quite a bit more than we usually […]

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Workplace Wellness Can Start with Barefoot Bosses

Workplace Wellness Can Start with Barefoot Bosses

by Kat on Jan 29, 2015 0

Workplace wellness is a trend that many employers claim to support, but when it comes down to day-to-day implementation, it’s hard to get a program off the ground. That’s why it’s so important for companies to practice what they preach and implement wellness policies from the top down. If HR allows casual work attire because […]

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5 Best Running Trails on the East Coast

5 Best Running Trails on the East Coast

by Kat on Sep 12, 2014 0

The East Coast is home to some of the nation’s best trails. Runners who are looking for new territory to conquer should consider paths that offer uninterrupted distances, intense climbs, and rewarding views. Below, are five of the region’s top places to run. The Long Trail – Winhall, VT. Vermont’s renowned Long Trail presents runners […]

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Running When You’re New In Town

Running When You’re New In Town

by Kat on Aug 12, 2014 2

Most people consider moving to be a stressful experience. Packing up your life and starting over in a new place is never easy. In some cases, the reason behind the move is positive – a promotion, a growing family, etc. – while other times, moving has less upbeat connotations. Regardless of the factors contributing to […]

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How To Make the Most of Your Run – Rain or Shine

How To Make the Most of Your Run – Rain or Shine

by Kat on Jul 17, 2014 0

No matter how frequently you exercise, there are some days when it’s just plain hard to get out of bed. Or, if you’re not a morning exerciser, you might find yourself coming up with excuses to avoid your evening run. With a few easy tricks however, you can lower the barrier to entry and make […]

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