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How I (Finally) Learned to Love Myself Naked

3 days agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Loving your body can be a lifelong struggle for some. YourTango shares the journey of how one woman was able to love herself. It's all about perspective. I've struggled with my weight since I was about 12. One day, our maintenance man...Show More Summary

5 Things to Watch in Women’s Race

If ever there was a year for an American to win again, this could be it.

Organizer Who Canceled Events Now Taking Entries for New Race

Officials say Liberty Lightning 9K doesn’t have required permit.

5 Things to Watch in Men's Race

Meb faces field rich in experienced winners and rising talent.

'The Unknown Candidate' From Belarus

Aleksandra Duliba beat Shalane Flanagan in last year's marathon.

Three Siblings, Ages 9, 11, and 12, to Make Marathon Debut This Weekend

The Snyder kids of Pennsylvania will run with their dad at an Ohio event.

Friday Funny 908: Parking Fails

Check out more "funnies" on Steve in a Speedo

How Zumba Helped 1 Woman Lose Half Her Weight

3 days agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

If the fact that Zumba is scientifically proven to make you feel happier hasn't won you over, maybe this incredible weight-loss transformation will. After being told her cholesterol was too high and being denied life insurance, Alena Shifrin decided that she needed to make a change. Show More Summary

Trail Update #1: The Ups and Down of the First 100 miles

General Update: 13 days in, time for an update but I have no idea where to start! The journey so far has been a roller coaster in every way imaginable. The terrain has been up and down and up again, but the climbs haven’t been overwhelming. The ascent of the New Zealand trails make the......

New Trend Alert: Snow Pile Yoga Is Sweeping the East Coast

3 days agoFitness / Yoga : YogaDork

Stand back, SUP Yoga, there’s a new super cool yoga trend in town. In fact, it’s so cool it’s freezing. It’s snow pile yoga! That’s yoga on top of the ginormous piles of snow/dirt/garbage, you know the ones the snow plows create on the...Show More Summary

The Diet of Champions Infographic

Did you know some athletes are eating over 100% more than their recommended calorie intake, and over 200% more of protein? Neither did I until we did the research. In order for athletes to perform at the top of their game, they must train appropriately. Show More Summary

How You Know It's Time to Lift Heavier Weights

3 days agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Cardio helps burn fat, but your body's real reshaping happens during a strength-training workout. If you're committed to seeing a radical transformation in your physique, you can't be afraid to lift weights. But if you're new to strength training, choosing the perfect size for your body's needs can be confusing. Show More Summary

At ‘Fat Yoga,’ Bucking Stigma And Embracing Body Positivity

This new fitness movement involves yoga classes designed exclusively for people with larger bodies, and it’s growing — fat yoga studios have popped up everywhere from Portland to Nashville to Austin, Texas to New York City. “The people who have a hard time with it … that’s their issue.

Rosie Ruiz of St. Louis Marathon Identified

Officials say that Kendall Schler also cut the course in 2014.

11 Things You Didn't Know About the Boston Marathon

We're just days away from the Boston Marathon - one of the most respected foot races in the world. You already know that it's 26.2 miles, but did you also know that it is the oldest continuously running marathon? Before Monday's bigShow More Summary

Adventures in Dehydrating

In the past I’ve mentioned the fact that I would be home-preparing most of our meals for our summer of thru hiking and, for the past two weeks, my food dehydrator has been running nonstop!  I’ve dehydrated more than 8 pounds of mixed frozen vegetables, countless cups of rice, black-eyed peas, and even my own......

Muddy Buddies: On Dry Feet and Big Boots

In the past couple days, I have ascended some fantastic balds such as Wayah, Wesser and Standing Indian, which offer incredible views of the southern Nantahala mountains in North Carolina. Of course, when I passed them, it was pissing down rain and the fog was as thick and sticky as a white shower curtain. But......

Fee Free Weekend in the National Parks

Hatching a last-minute adventure plan for the weekend? You might want to consider heading out to celebrate the kickoff of National Park Week, a joint venture between the National Park Service & the National Park Foundation that runs from April 18-26. Not only are the parks offering an assortment of awesome activities and volunteer opportunities, but they’re also…

Experts Share Tips for Spectating by Car at the Boston Marathon

With a good strategy, it's possible to see your runner in multiple spots on race day.

Friday Funny 907: Triathlon Stuff that SHOULD Exist had a funny article a few months ago where Jesse Thomas took ideas from anyone on twitter regarding products that should exist: Triathlon Stuff That Should Exist “A GPS to the timing chip so spectators can follow...Show More Summary

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