My soon to be bro-in-law is doing this amazing ride for Charity. It’s a ride to conquer cancer and he will be bicycling farther than he ever has before. He’s bicycling for cancer and He’s in desperate need to raise funds before the ride in a very short period of time. He’s been training hard – it’s the longest he will ever have ridden. If you have a couple extra $$ lying around in your paypal or somewhere, send it his way. It’s for a worthy cause.
This week’s article is brought to you by Mike Manning. As a pilot, keeping fit while spending your life on the road can be a challenge. It is not, however, an excuse not to exercise. There are a lot of options, from p90x to tons of crossfit ideas and gyms. Besides, exercising during a vacation or travel can keep the energy level high and also reduce stress – particularly if you do Yoga. Some great ideas here. –Captain Chas
Just because you are traveling it doesn’t mean that you can skimp on fitness. It doesn’t matter where you are, you can still get some kind of exercise in. By doing so, you will come back from traveling feeling refreshed. Fitness while on the road will also relieve some of the stress and anxiety that goes along with traveling. The following tips will help ensure that you keep your fitness routine no matter where you are traveling too.
I’m an American in Canada and in Canada’s largest race. Canada has a reputation for being some of the nicest people around, and I have to admit – during this 10K I heard more “Excuse me,” and “Sorry” comments than I think I have ever heard during any race.
When you run a large race (over 48,000 people participated), things are going to get crowded. Normally, there are some words of frustration expressed. But in Vancouver, those words are rare and the race unique.
But not all was sunny for the Vancouver Sun Run as winners were caught cheating and women were turned into men.
A Four-Time Ironman Finisher came up with 140.6 reasons to do an Ironman. I’m not sure who originally posted this, but if I find out, all credit goes to them. I love the list, however!
140.6 reasons to do an Ironman Triathlon
»001. Makes everything else seem so SHORT.
»002. The 3 week taper before the race.
»003. The 4 week recovery after the race.
»004. I’ve done one, so now I have to do it faster the next time.
»005. As much Pizza as you can eat.