Fitness and Nutrition

PhotoforMarathonChallengeblogMy stories about running, weight loss, health, and nutrition have appeared in Runner’s World, The Washington Post, Outside, SELF, and other publications. Below is a selection of recent clips.

Maintaining fitness — not resting — may be key to recovering from an injury
The Washington Post – April 27, 2016

Bounce Back Strong From the Holidays
Runner’s World Online – January 5, 2016

How to Wax Your Skis and Snowboard
AMC Outdoors, January/February 2016

5 Ways You’re Sabotaging your Weight-loss Resolutions
The Washington Post – January 2, 2016

Why Late-Night Eating May Be Bad for Your Health and Your Diet
The Washington Post – August 25, 2015

Master it: Trail Running Newbie to Course Record Holder
Outside Magazine Online – February 2015

How Post-Workout Food Rewards Can Sabotage Your Goals
Washington Post – January 15, 2015

Not All Fitness Goals Are Created Equal
Outside Magazine Online – December 2014

Five Steps to Surviving the Holidays and Avoiding Weight Gain
Real Woman Magazine – Online – December 2014

Get Smart About Food Labels
Real Woman Magazine – December 2014

Why it really is harder for women to lose weight
Washington Post – August 12, 2014

Health scare puts Beach to Beacon director Dave McGillivray on a different track. 
Portland Press Herald – July 2014

Got Milk? From a Cow or a Plant?
Washington Post – June 2014 [Click here for print version]

Coconuts: Cure-All or Just Health Hype?
Washington Post – May 2014 [Click here for print version]

Stay Injury Free on the Treadmill
How to stay fit and healthy when you’re training indoors.
Runner’s World – February 2014

 

Good Targets
For your best chance of a successful race, aim for more than one worthy goal.
Runner’s World – November 2010