A little over a year ago, I started to take biking relatively seriously -- at least compared to any other time in my life. I now use it to get to work a couple days per week, but mostly I enjoy going on a solid 15-30 mile ride on the roads or paved trails in our metro area to clear my head and get in a good workout.  After...

I started running about a decade ago, when I was in college. I've been a casual runner ever since, but I have never taken it seriously enough to join an organized race. This past weekend, I finally did.  I thought I'd share a little about the experience, which proved highly rewarding.

When it comes to weight loss methods and strategies, there's a lot of static out there and it can be difficult to cut through it all. At the end of the day, the reality we discover is that each person has his or her own circumstances, and different things work in different situations. Carol Kane, a 44-year-old who lives just...

 Running. It sounds so easy. So simple. So natural.  One step in front of the other at an accelerated rate. Arms swaying at your side. Easy peasy. Running is a natural human movement, slightly faster than walking. We should be able to run forever, floating across the earth. So, what really happens when you run faster...