Fitness Links



The fitness links below are some quality information sites that provide additional facts on health, nutrition, running, and marathons. If you'd like to suggest another quality link or category that we should include, please forward it to us for consideration.


Health & Nutrition


Health & Wellness: Learn how to live a longer, more fulfilling life through wellness. Improve your body, mind, spirit, and relationships.

American Cancer Society: Learn more about how you and your loved ones can limit the risks of getting cancer through healthier habits.

American Heart Association: learn more about your most important muscle...your heart.

The Lower Back Pain Toolkit: A reliable source of up-to-date information about lower back pain. Written by a physiotherapist, this site contains helpful advice on how to manage lower back pain.

Calorie King: Find out the calorie count for all of your favorite foods.

Fitness & Exercise


All-About-Abs.com: The Ultimate Abdominal Website with everything you need to know about ab exercises and getting a flat stomach or ripped six pack abs.

Weight Training Tips: Provides information on correct Weight Training Tips to Build Muscle and Lose Weight. Make sure you download the Free ebbok, The TEN Commandments of Weight Training.

Real Moms - Real Fit: One mom dedicated to helping other moms fit back into their "skinny jeans”! Tips and tricks on nutrition and exercise to help moms lose weight, get in shape, and feel good.

Running


Jeff Galloway: Get some useful pointers from a former Olympian and one of the greatest distance running advocates of all time.

Running Races in the US: Want to know what races are run where you live? Check this site out.


Marathons


Marathon Guide: Look up archived times, recent results, marathon stats, and other great marathon information.

Marathon Pal: Provides free marathon training programs to help beginner and advanced runners achieve their marathon goal, as well as training and diet advice.

Marathon Rookie: Learn how to best train for and finish your first marathon or half marathon.


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