Category: fitness

In Between Rainstorms

The view from the top of Diana Road on the East side. I love how there’s so many tress it’s…

Long Outing on a Nice Fall Day

I went with my local group yesterday. It was supposed to be about a 30 mile outing but with had…

The Science of Orange-Colored Fruits and Vegetables

When fall rolls around, the color orange suddenly seems to be dominating our spaces. From the parks with orange and…

North Bay Outing With Friends

I went with my Bay Area Recumbent Cyclist Meetup Friends For an outing on the east side of San Francisco…

Fighting Off UTI (Sorry If That’s TMI)

About a month ago, I had a fever on the weekend and went to urgent care, where the Doc found…

First Real Hike in a Long Time

My piriformis has healed enough that I thought it won’t mind hiking, and my uphill walking last monday was encouraging….

The Science and Benefits of Consuming Locally Seasonal Produce 

Eating local, seasonal produce has tremendous benefits for your nutrition, the environment, the local economy, and even your bank account. 

Preparing Your Body For Your Favorite Activities

In the summer issue of Outside Magazine there’s an interesting article “Body Shop” by Matt Skenazy (Outside, summer 2021, p…

Fitness Trackers and Smartwatches: Can They Improve Your Client’s Health?

It wasn’t all that long ago when all “wearable fitness technology” meant was a simple pedometer—capable only of measuring an…

Getting Back Into Hiking

I had stayed away from hiking for a while when I had piriformis syndrome in my right hip. It’s doing…