For Your Health

Summer's Almost Gone

Chad W. Lutz

The days are getting shorter, the air crisper, and the leaves are beginning to brown. Football seasons are in full swing, and pennant races are heating up. All around us are signs that summer is officially drawing to an end.

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Rules for Recovery

A Marathoner's Guide to Healing After the Big Race

Chad W. Lutz

As the push for the finish line ends, a new race begins. One of the more overlooked aspects of marathon running, recovery proves almost as crucial as training for recurring marathoners. The minute your legs stop moving past the threshold of a race your body instantly begins the recovery process, but without proper aid from the person claiming ownership to those legs, your next race may stand in serious jeopardy.

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The Glass Is Half Full

A Lesson In Hydration

Chad W. Lutz

While most people probably think hydration is only important for those crazy athletes they see on TV running hundreds of miles a week and performing at elite levels, hydration is about as key to life as protons and neutrons are to the average atom.

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For A Better Buckeye

November Schedule

Chad W. Lutz

Greetings Buckeyes! The air is chilling, the sun is sitting lower on the horizon, but that doesn't mean your spirits have to dip or dwindle. Fall is the perfect time to back on track and get a leg up on those massive holiday turkey dinners sitting right around the corner. Find the athletic event you're looking for as a way to connect with friends and family, challenge yourself to meet a personal fitness goal, or simply do for fun. Ohio has a lot to offer in November, and who knows, you might even see me out on the course. Gobble freaking gobble.
 
Whether you’re a full-time pro or just getting into the swing of things, these events offer a wide variety of competition for every age and every level of athletic ability.​

For a full schedule of events click here!

Pick Your Portion

Cutting Back Calories to Prevent Weight Gain

Chad W. Lutz

There are many things contributing to expanding bulges in American’s midsections. The American culture is highly saturated with electronic devices aimed at convenience and leisure. Americans also tend to spend less time working out and more time watching TV or sleeping.

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There's What in my What?

Chad W. Lutz

Now if this doesn’t paint a messed up portrait of the American food manufacturing industry, I don’t know what will.

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Cinnmply Marvelous

Chad W. Lutz

These days it hard to know who to believe when it comes to weight loss and there’s almost too much hype out there about what to eat, how to eat it, and even when to eat. The age-old mantra, “chew your food before you swallow,” suddenly comes to mind, but almost seems too simple in this cyber jungleland

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