The amount and quality of your sleep directly affects your athletic performance, according to the Georgia Tech Sports Medicine and Performance Newsletter. A disruption in your sleep pattern can make your run more difficult. Try to maintain a schedule of sleeping for seven or eight hours each night at the same time.
Run to reset your clock
Go for a run after a long trip to a holiday destination. Running can relieve travel fatigue brought on by inertia, and the activity helps reset the hunger and sleep "clocks."
Remove fat from soup
To remove fat from soup, place an ice cube in a paper towel and swish it around the soup. The fat will cling to the paper towel, which you throw out.
Miss a Digest?
Don't let your sports bar freeze
Back extensions improve posture, lung capacity
Yogurt: possibly the perfect pre-run snack
Trainers group offers hydration guidelines for during and after exercise
Accelerate for a great 5K workout