The celebrations for Chinese Lunar New Year (CNY) or the Spring Festival normally last for a period of 15 days. The first few days of the CNY holidays are the most hectic and with frequent festive eating, it’s inevitable that we might eat a little more than we expected.
If you’re fascinated by Chinese culture, myths and rituals, you may already know that the number 8 is lucky, so invoke this number throughout the Chinese New Year’s holiday and you might enjoy fortune beyond measure.
You’ve seen your friends and colleagues sign up for various running events all year around…
Running is a fantastic way to stay healthy and fit. That said, it can be difficult to stick to your routine if you’ve been pounding the pavement for awhile, and it can be even harder to get started and stay committed through all of life’s ups and downs. Here are just 22 resolutions to keep you fit and focused as a runner in the new year.
Running is simple. All a runner really needs is a pair of shoes and a long stretch of ground to cover. Before and after the run, though, most people rely on nothing but common sense and standard advice to recover from the beating they put their bodies through. Stretch. Warm up. Refuel. Rest.
For most of us our fitness plans begin and end on a gym membership. We…