Everything you need to know about running for weight loss.
A year ago today, I weighed 281lbs. I worked out in a gym for six months, and didn't have much to show for it. I mean, yes - some weight loss took place, lots of muscle development took place, but I still felt so defeated. I wanted to lose inches!! I wanted to be smaller! [...]
When the article talks about the offspring of the lab animals being more physically fit runners, I think about us and how our efforts towards fitness affect our children.
A man loses 400lbs, tells story of how he re-gained 250lbs and what he's doing to lose it again... but is it enough?
This proves what I believed a long time ago: self-control, the ability to overlook instant gratification and complete the task at hand… these things are not innate…
A bright, colorful and lightweight line of running shoes from Saucony, the Kinvara.
A discussion of the NYTimes' coverage of the latest weight management study.
My experience with The Moonwalk NYC Half Marathon, and why I'm suuuper proud of myself.
Fitness and active wear... for the El Cheapo in you.
Mya talks marathons, veganism, and challenging herself in the August 2014 edition of Women's Running. Her runs are like whoa!
Want to learn how to take care of your running shoes? Inside, I share five tips for keeping your shoes shiny, healthy, and funk-free!
Five markers of a lifestyle that can protect one from type-2 diabetes.
This season, it's going to be different. This season, your weight loss efforts will be successful. Here's why.
A short rant on the development of self-confidence as it applies to weight loss.
In-depth discussion of self-care: what it is, what makes it so difficult, why it's so difficult to commit to for many, and how we can come out better in the end.
“Some studies report that if you are obese but metabolically healthy, you are protected in a way. We don’t think that that is true. And I don’t think it will come as much of a surprise.”
On talking yourself out of wanting to losing weight, and why this mentality never helps.
Q: Erika, how can I run without causing myself injury?