Fitness


Thinspo inspiration is anything but

Katie Hinderer | 08 May 2012

My value comes from more than a side-by-side comparison to a complete stranger or even a good friend. My value is from being human, from working hard, from loving others, from being one small cog in this wheel of the world. It saddens me to see how many people feel they aren’t beautiful or worthwhile unless they are thin.


Exercise can prolong the aging process

Katie Hinderer | 11 March 2011
But maybe my need to workout and run, isn’t as crazy afterall, because apparently a vigorous workout plan can help you stay young. According to a new study it can even help reduce the speed at which you turn gray,

Why everyone should run a marathon

Katie Hinderer | 12 April 2010
Marathon training and the subsequent run is not just about crossing thefinish line. The battle to lace up the running shoes week after weekand the test of personal endurance is one that teaches a lot of lifelessons.

Ditch weight loss for healthy living

Katie Hinderer | 10 January 2010
Were you like the millions of other people worldwide who made a resolution to lose weight this year? How many times have you set that goal for yourself? And of those times how many have you been successful? Not too many, probably. I’m going to go out on a limb and say, the goal of losing the extra pounds is the wrong way of looking at the issue. Why not focus instead on improving your health and personal fitness? That way, weight loss becomes a positive side effect but not the main impetus for actions.
 
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