Virtual Run for Mobility Training Tips
By Wellness Educator and Endurance Coach Nadia Ruiz One thing I teach my athletes, students, and clients is to learn the difference between motivation and inspiration. Motivation is what you get in an instant, perhaps when we read a quote or see something on social media. However, this can come and go. Inspiration is what […]Read More
By Wellness Educator and Endurance Coach Nadia Ruiz Do not increase your weekly mileage by more than 10-15% at a time. Space out your runs throughout the week to allow the body to adapt; for example, run on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Incorporate non-impact cross-training (active recovery) if you have access to the equipment: cycling, […]Read More
By Wellness Educator and Endurance Coach Nadia Ruiz As we begin to increase our cardiovascular exercise, naturally, our hunger may increase as well. Learning how to adapt and fuel our bodies in order to ensure that we maintain weight or do not gain weight as these hunger signals increase is key by how we fuel. […]Read More
By Wellness Educator and Endurance Coach Nadia Ruiz Once we embrace the joy of running, we find ourselves looking forward to lacing up again for the next run, speed session, or mountain escape. The rate of our recovery determines how fast we can get back out there doing what we enjoy, and this rate of […]Read More
By Wellness Educator and Endurance Coach Nadia Ruiz When we begin a new fitness routine, our bodies begin to adapt over time – our next natural question usually is, “How can I push myself further or faster safely?” Here are some quick reminders to reflect and review in order to take on the next phase […]Read More
By Wellness Educator and Endurance Coach Nadia Ruiz The time has arrived to test yourself either at a new distance or pace—or perhaps you’re returning after a long hiatus and this is your comeback! In any scenario, we are often filled with emotions making us question our ability to follow through. Or, we may be […]Read More
countdown to the virtual run for mobility
Have you gotten enough exercise in quarantine? Get active and get healthy!
Make an impact by running or walking wherever you are—in place, on a treadmill, in circles in your backyard, or, as conditions and local guidelines permit, in your local neighborhoods—in the Virtual Run for Mobility, all to support our Medical and Mobility Emergency Fund.
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