With warmer weather approaching, it’s time to consider if you have the right gear for springtime beer and running.
Winter often means being cooped up on the treadmill for your workouts. Spring means you can start signing up for races. The best part …
By now, it’s a given that most races offer craft beer to all finishers. But some races go above and beyond for their winners with the ultimate prize: Their weight in beer.
When you visit the website for the German beer Erdinger, you find something you might not expect: A 20-day personal training plan to get fit.
Ultra runners are crazy. They also know how to get the most out of life.
After a long run, there’s nothing more refreshing than a cold beer.
At the end of every social run, the Fishtown Beer Runners raise their glasses for their ritual toast. “To the professor!”
By now, the new-ness of 2018 has started to wear off and you’re probably falling back into familiar patterns. That’s why now’s the time to mix things up in your beer and fitness routines.
For three years, I ran and drank beer every single day. I started the streak on my 29th birthday and my goal was to run at least one mile and drink at least one beer per day for a year.
It was 3 am when Jake McCluskey started running. At 380 pounds, he was too embarrassed to attempt a run during the day. He was afraid of people laughing at him.