How to Stay Hydrated in the Heat
Written by Michele Vieux
(Originally Published August 17, 2015)

It’s the middle of summer – it’s hot and you are sweating more than usual. Surely you are drinking at least the recommended eight glasses of water per day – but is that enough to make up for the extra fluid loss this time of year?

Under normal circumstances, eight ounces should be enough water to meet your needs as far as bodily functions go. Check out Coach Melissa’s blog post for a little more detail on this.

You have 7 days to decide…

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Restore Your Hair with this Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse
Written by Nichole DeHart-Kribs

I experimented with something this past week that has been recommended to me by many. Some of you reading this may have already tried it out but, in the case that you haven’t, PLEASE READ ON because this is a pretty life changing tip to add into your health and wellness routine.

Your hair. Yes, I am talking to each and every one of you! Anyone who works out, gets sweaty and then uses shampoos, conditioners, gels, mousse,

What Causes Plantar Fasciitis and How do I Get Rid of It?
Written by Nuno Costa

One of the more common injuries with running is Plantar Fasciitis and it shows up in the form of heel pain (you will know it if you have it). The pain is not fun and it is most noticeable first thing in the morning. The thick band of tissue, which is called the plantar fascia, runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to the toes. When you have plantar fasciitis that thick band of tissue becomes inflamed.

Adversity, Alignment, and Accountability w/ Nuno Costa
Podcast by Misbah Haque, The Airborne Mind

My favorite aspect of this conversation was reflecting on the phenomenal documentary Torin Simpson produced called “The Story Of Nuno Costa”. We discussed Nuno’s journey from Portugal to the United States, overcoming alcohol and cocaine addiction, and coming out as a gay athlete when he wasn’t sure he would always be accepted.

How do you react when the carpet is pulled out from under you over and over? What does the internal self talk sound like?