They’ve been training for months, building up endurance, eating right. This week, they’re loading up on carbs, drinking lots of water and resting up.
Here in Hawaii, there’s no lack of colors in the environment. Just look around you: There are deep greens and reds, and splendid yellows, oranges and browns everywhere you turn.
If you’ve never worked stretching it into your routine, now’s a good time to start.
One of the things I’ve learned recently is the “art of enrollment.” By enrollment I mean, becoming your own best friend — enrolling in your own life, goals and dreams.
Kapolei was the canvas for the Color Run this past weekend. The touring race focuses on promoting a healthy lifestyle while proclaiming to be the Happiest 5K on the Planet.
We all know the benefits of exercise. However, many people tend to focus only on cardio exercise — running, biking, hiking.
Honolulu is one of the top U.S. visitor destinations. But unlike cities like New York, Miami, Denver and Chicago, one thing that Honolulu lacks is a bike share program.
Raise your hand if you’ve hit the reset button on your health and wellness goals. Now, raise both hands and your feet if you’ve hit the button so many times that you’ve lost count.
Thousands laced up their sneakers and grabbed their leashes (and pets) for the Hawaiian Humane Society’s Pet Walk 2013 on Oct. 6.
Here’s a depressing statistic: Eight in 10 of us aren’t getting enough exercise.