To be honest, I've been thinking about sand a lot more than I've been thinking about time. Time for sand between my toes. Black lava sand. In Hawaii. Press Play. Close your eyes. Wiggle your toes. Happy New Year. One at a time.
Started the year out on the edge, finished out in the cold. Now's the time for the resolution: be in shape to hike or run more trails in 2018. Press Play for Persuasion.
80 Ways to eat very, very well. 80 recipes based on traditional cuisines around the globe. The world's greatest hits. From places and times that never heard of diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease epidemics. If you missed out on some of these in 2017, well, it's almost time to make your resolutions for 2018. Bon voyage. Bon appétit.
I am totally into comfort. During winter, I'm totally into warmth and comfort. So when I heard about these new Built For Comfort ski boots, I thought they might be the skier's ultimate wish fulfillment. And they are. If you're even thinking about skiing, think about these.
The evidence is overwhelming. Regular walking and running is closely associated with longer, healthier lives. So how do you help somebody start a good habit? Heck, how do you get yourself to start doing it? I have some thoughts and gifts for you.
Here's a 15-minute exercise routine that gives you strength and aerobic benefits while it burns calories and prepares you for extended aerobic exercise and optimal belly fat burning. Work your Way up to this, gradually and comfortably. Simple indoor exercises. No equipment required.
Great trails - in living color and full motion. HD, too. Really moving pictures. 30-second previews of the 30-minute videos that make 30 minutes on an exercise machine fly by in no time. I don't want to jump the gun here, but for 99 cents these are a screaming good deal of a Christmas gift.
Good news: all you need is frequent exercise to maintain muscle strength and mass. At any age. So today's Way comes with a simple, seasonal one-minute Way to increase your biceps strength.
Great for your triceps, shoulder and core muscles. In between your five-minute stretches of walking or running in place on your step deck. A simple, cheap and tiny object that lets you exercise aerobically in a few square feet. C'mon, sweat a little.
Press Play to see how you can use a Step Deck or Balance Board for an aerobic exercise that strengthens every muscle in your body. Like you're scrambling up a really steep slope, with your hands on the ground. And the ground's moving.