We were thrilled to be at Title Nine's Movers and Makers Pitch Competition (have we mentioned that?), not only because it provided an opportunity for us to share our product with a wider audience, but also because we were able to learn about so many other amazing products being designed by women, for women!
Two of our fellow Pitchfest finalists are currently making wonders happen through crowdfunding platforms, and we want to show our support by sharing our admiration for their awesome creations. Did you know that Lily Trotters launched via a successful Kickstarter campaign? We've been there and done that and understand the importance of having amazing supporters from the very beginning! (We ❤️ our original sock flock members!)
There are times in our days and weeks when getting outside isn't an option when it comes to physical fitness. It may also be that you just prefer to exercise indoors. To all the indoor workout haters out there, we say...don't knock it til you try it! There are tons of options to get your sweat on inside that won't make you lose your mind (ahem -- they don't call it a "dreadmill" for nothing!). Read on for fun indoor exercise studios or programs we love.
And remember: sleep well the night before, drink plenty of water and wear compression socks or sleeves to be sure you're operating at your maximum performance level!
Hey Spring Breakers! Whether you're heading to Disney World with the family or a tropical beachside getaway, changing time zones by plane or hopping in the minivan for a massive road trip -- traveling and playing tourist can leave you feeling pretty run down. You can avoid riding the struggle bus by being proactive and listening to what your body needs. We've outlined some easy actions that'll keep you feeling good so you can enjoy your Spring Break.
It's about the time of year when winter begins to feel as if it's never going to let up. Yes, the days are getting longer but temps may not yet be dropping and late-season snowstorms shroud any indication that spring is just around the corner. This cold, gloomy and seemingly endless season can slowly chip away at your motivation to do just about anything. It's important to recognize the potential for the winter blues to grasp hold of you, and take some simple steps to set yourself up for success during these months. We have some tips below.
There will be times in your life due to circumstances beyond your control that you may not be able to run with the frequency you would like. Don't despair. While you may be inclined to avoid the running world in its entirety during your sabbatical, there are a number of ways to continue to stoke your love of running. You can still enjoy the game from the sidelines -- Lily Trotters' resident runner, Casey, shares how.