Monday, September 01, 2014

My Bariatric Life's Posts

The Biomechanics of Running: Improving Your Form

Read part 1 of this series, "Five Minutes of Running Can Add Years to Your Life,"    Biomechanics is the study of the mechanical laws pertaining to movement and structure and can be used to improve athletic performance through technique and form. It is also good fodder for starting arguments among those who practice sports... Read moreChevron

Strength Training For Runners

Read part 1 of this series, "Five Minutes of Running Can Add Years to Your Life,"    Runners have a tendency to get hurt. As a matter of fact, runners have a pretty high tendency for getting hurt. Some statistics have the annual injury rate for runners as high as 66 percent. There are things a person can do to avoid injuring herself... Read moreChevron

Protein-Packed Paleo Breakfast Cereal from Borne Appétit

If you’re like my daughter and don’t want your child to go “cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs” then it is best to ban sugar-sweetened cereals from your home entirely. While some breakfast cereals can be a healthy choice, the packaged ready-to-eat variety are mostly easily digestible sugar and starch. Breakfast cereals for children... Read moreChevron

Trail Running Adds Variety to Training

Running can get boring. It is a great way for improving heath and maintaining that health as pointed out in one of my prior post, "Five Minutes of Running Can Add Years to Your Life," but the fact remains that running can get boring. The same regiment day after day of pretty much anything is probably going to dilute interest, even if that... Read moreChevron

PALEO Slow Cooker Chicken Chili from Borne Appétit

PALEO Slow Cooker Chicken Chili from Borne Appétit is a perfect meal for when September nights begin to turn chilly and families get busy with school activities. What's more, PALEO Slow Cooker Chicken Chili is a budget-friendly meal that makes use of chicken thighs, and is a good way to sneak more vegetables into your children's (and... Read moreChevron