This colourful and flavourful recipe makes an excellent side dish, and is super easy to make! It can be enjoyed hot or cold. Quinoa is one of the few vegetarian Full Article »
Carrots are perhaps known for their rich supply of the antioxidant nutrient that was actually named for them: beta-carotene. These delicious root vegetables are the source of not only beta-carotene, Full Article »
We spent the morning with Rob Thomaes who is the co-owner of Moksha Yoga London and regular contributor for RunnersFeed.com. Rob gives us some insight into the endless reasons runners Full Article »
This salad is wholesome and delicious. Eat a serving of this salad and you will meet the Canada’s Food Guide recommendation for having one dark green vegetable for the day!
Directions: Place kamut in a medium saucepan and cover with water. Soak overnight. Pour off water. Add 1 cup fresh water. Bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat, and simmer Full Article »
We ask Dot about her typical day, life, running, and routine. We chat about the Hansons Brooks Distance Project (women’s program), how having a child changed her perspective on life, Full Article »
The rainbow of colours in this salad is both attractive and indicative of a diverse array of nutrients. Inordinately high in antioxidant vitamins A and C, it’s also high in Full Article »
Two personal favorites start us off and then a new Coldplay track bumps up the tempo. Then comes a mash up from the hit show Glee, one of the best Full Article »
Quick Step should be a sharp and purposeful movement. Every 3rd step requires you to cycle through with what I like to call a quick step.
Lateral Hurdle Skips is all about rhythm. This is also a great drill to warm-up the hamstrings. Be sure to switch directions.
Runners Feed followers! I’m sorry for my absence, hopefully you’re not running to Gucci Mane, Rebecca Black, and Tyga! If you are here is a playlist that will begin a Full Article »