Easy Ways to Burn 100 Calories

July 14th, 2014 by | No Comments


There are some many easy ways to burn 100 calories. Bet you didn’t even realize you were burning that many calories while doing these every day activities.

Carrying an infant: 24 minutes

Mowing the lawn: 20 minutes

Cleaning, moderate effort: 26 minutes

Cardio dance class: 15 minutes

Cooking: 34 minutes

Doing dishes: 40 minutes

Dancing around living room: 20 minutes

Mopping the floor: 20 minutes

Walking stairs: 11 minutes

Playing with children: 23 minutes

Pushing a stroller: 35 minutes

Rearranging furniture: 14 minutes

Shopping: 38 minutes

And when you complete a Color Me Rad you’ll burn around 310 calories. We promise to make all 3.1 miles so fun, you won’t even notice you’re working out.  Register here and start your calorie crushing training.

How to Celebrate Your Finish Line Succes

July 10th, 2014 by | No Comments

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Crossing the finish line feels as satisfying as knowing all the right answers on any given Jeopardy round; there really is no other feeling like it in the world.  Here are the top 5 things you should plan on doing immediately following the finish line.

-Do a Little Dance

When you complete a run, you deserve to express through jerky rhythmic movements just how good it feels. We get inspiration for our finish-line moves every time we watch a touchdown dance; pick out your favorite here:


-Hug Your Finish Line Friends

These could be your friends waiting for you at the finish line or the new friends you just made getting to the finish line. Share your enthusiasm and put your arms around someone, or high-five if sweaty hugs aren’t your thing.


-Eat Whatever You Desire

You just burned roughly a 100-calories-per-mile run, so if you’ve been denying yourself that ice cream cone, now’s your chance to enjoy it guilt-free.


-Buy Yourself a Finish Line Gift

You just accomplished a feat of mental and physical strength so treat yo’ self! We plan on grabbing these Nike Flyknits after our next finish line to keep us motivated with our running regime.

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-Grab a Nap

You know you want it, and better yet, you know you deserve it.

Pretty in Pink

July 7th, 2014 by | 1 Comment

The color pink is the universal color for affection, which is pretty universally well known, but what you may not realize is the color pink also nurturing and caring. If you’re favorite color is pink intuitive and insightful, so you go Glenn Coco. In color psychology, pink is a sign of hope. It is a positive color inspiring warm and comforting feelings, a sense that everything will be okay.



If you’re ready to get covered head to toe in your favorite color, we’ve got the pink station all set, register here!