athletics

Athletics and fitness are the essential ingredients for your body to live a long and healthy life.

Sam Fogleman14 days ago
The Runner's Bookshelf
The prospect of running long distances is intimidating. It's why we tend to heap praise on those who complete long journeys — because the power it takes to endure anything through pain is amazing. Oft...
How to Choose a Running Shoe
The most important thing a runner needs is shoes. A lot of novice runners flock to the wick-away shirts, spandex leggings, or iPod armbands; but the truth is, these things don’t help you become a bett...
Disc Golf Changed My Life
The first time I ever played disc golf was the result of a friend of mine bugging me about it for a good month solid. He kept telling me about this thing where you take Frisbees that aren’t actually F...
Christian Spencer2 months ago
9 Reasons You Should Learn to Fight (#5 is Most Important of All)
How many times have you wished you could whip some ass like the action heroes you see in movies today? Everyone has seen a movie where one person has the capability to smack the piss out of enough peo...
N M3 months ago
Dyspraxia: I'm Not Clumsy, Inanimate Objects Just Hate Me...
Hello people, I am hopefully going to share some insight into my life as a Dyspraxic. So let's start off with some terminology.
Ninfa Bi3 months ago
The Most Fabulous Fitness Girls
Women around the world want to train to look better for themselves. To achieve the perfect body it is always good to be inspired by someone who already has it. Thanks to social networks, today we can ...
Emily Holland3 months ago
Resistance Training for Women
Resistance bands are made of strong, thin rubber with handles at the end or just look like a giant elastic band. They can create a greater challenge practically everywhere as they’re extremely portabl...
Carol Seymour3 months ago
The Hard Cold Truth About Depression
Depression comes in different levels for different people. Medical experts tell us that we're depressed if we do the following: 1) sleep too much 2) lose excessive weight 3) look and feel lifeless 4) ...
RJ Plant3 months ago
Find What Works for You
This “one-a-week” posting makes me feel as though I’m neglecting you. But, needs must when you have bills to pay. Today, we’re going to talk about fitness and well-being. This isn’t a “tips,” “tricks,...
Rick Schwartz5 months ago
A Brief Guide to Muay Thai
Muay Thai--regarded by some as the deadliest martial art ever devised. One of the dirty martial arts known for doing whatever it takes to put an opponent down and not let them ever get up again. Some ...
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Jerry Del Priore5 months ago
Senior Fitness Guidelines for Healthy Individuals
People are living longer and longer these days. The Center of Disease Control and Prevention reports that the life expectancy is at 78.7 years of age, according to a recent report. This is due in larg...
Patrick Cooper5 months ago
Top 4 Fitness Apps of 2017
Being able to hit your fitness goals can be difficult under the wrong guidance, especially with a tight work schedule, you may barely even fit the time to give back to your body. However, with the rec...
Anthony Gramuglia6 months ago
Best Martial Arts for Self-Defense
Everyone has had that fantasy: a mugger or assailant of some kind comes at you in a dark alley, and you, trained in the martial arts, use your skills to ward off the attacker in a glorious display of ...
Annie Kiely6 months ago
Hacks for Working Out Inside
When the days are short and the weather is brutal, many people find they are lacking the time and motivation to get to the gym. The good news is there are plenty of ways you can get your exercise in f...
Martin Skate6 months ago
From Roamer to Runner
First off, I know I know, talking about running is boring. Borrrrrrring. I know. It’s not an article on carb-loading and tips on how to avoid a stitch (for that, check out my article ‘Carb Loading and...
Annessa Babic6 months ago
Dear Buttercup
By and large, since I was sixteen, I’ve gone running at least once a week. I’ve never been a stellar runner—as anyone who has ever known me a hot second will tell you—but I’ve persevered on like the b...