Yesterday I wore an old race shirt because I read about an idea on Facebook. The idea was simple. It asked runners everywhere to show their support for the Boston Marathon by wearing an old race shirt. The one I chose to wear was my first Nike Women’s Half Marathon shirt from 2005. I wear […]
Cancer, Fitness and Quality of life
Guest Post by: David Haas of the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance. David has been writing and researching about the benefits of fitness while going through cancer, and also the effect that cancer support groups have on cancer patients. Exercise is known for its many health benefits, including the prevention of diseases such as diabetes, high […]
Step 1: Win a Pedometer
On March 1, 2011 at 3:30 pm one lucky subscriber was randomly drawn for the pedometer give-away! Congratulations to… Mateja …on winning the Accusplit pedometer! Wearing a pedometer is an easy way to take those first steps towards wellness. 10,000 steps is the daily recommended goal; however, the average person’s total daily steps is less […]
February Give Away!
It isn’t cancer. It is not diabetes. It is cardiovascular disease (including strokes). This month is American Heart Month. You will more than likely see fundraising efforts at work, at school and in your community. You may be asked to wear red today to show your support and to start moving! According to the American […]