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Trail Running Packs Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Trail Running Packs.

Hike Yourself Fit

I was watching a rerun of "Sex and the City" the other night, in which Carrie is visiting a new boyfriend, David. They’re enjoying a nice picnic on the grassy hillside, and David mentions that there are beautiful hiking trails all aro...  Read more

Healthy & Fun Lunch Ideas for Kids

Although a packed lunch can be a healthy alternative to cafeteria food, making sure all those required vitamins and minerals also squeeze into that brown bag can be a challenge. Just as the hot lunch counter may be laden with unhealthy foods, so may...  Read more

Healthy School Lunches Kids Will Actually Eat

Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day, but lunch runs a close second. Studies have shown that children who eat a well-balanced lunch often do better in school and are more alert. It can be difficult enough to get your child to eat rig...  Read more

''How I Became a Runner at Age 48''

Robin (KASHMIR) has been a member of SparkPeople since 2006. She has lost 95 pounds and is training for her first marathon. Robin Before Robin After What m...  Read more

Portable Snacking Tips and Ideas

Eating is no longer an activity only experienced around the table with friends and family. Quick, how many times this past week have you eaten on the run? No place is safe either – the car, your desk, maybe even the shower! Our time is strapped...  Read more

Fat burning without running, walking or jumping?
Updated 7/5/2014 3:00:11 PM

I love my eliptical machine dearly, but I have ankle problems during summer. Sometimes I swim just to do some cardio, but I can do it once a week due to work. Does anyone know how to exercise without taxing feet too much? Can it be some pilates,...  Read more

At my age of 57, thinking of taking up running.
Updated 7/2/2014 6:49:01 PM

Running has been on my mind off and on for years. Tried it for about six months in my early 40's and absolutely loved it. Then I started to have pain in my right knee. Ignored it and kept running, but it just got worse. So, I finally gave up runn...  Read more

Suggestions for New Running Shoes
Updated 7/1/2014 4:07:58 PM

Summer is finally here and I'm ready to start running again. However, my old shoes have seen better days. What's your favorite brand of running shoes?...  Read more

fueling while running
Updated 6/30/2014 2:47:34 PM

I've recently started running longer distances (8-12 miles) and have noticed that eating a snack or a light meal beforehand isn't really enough to keep me fueled for that long of a run. What do people use to refuel during a run and how often/how soo...  Read more

Participating in a 4th of July Run?
Updated 6/30/2014 7:54:01 AM

Hi! Are you participating in a 4th of July run/walk this coming holiday weekend in the US? If so, why and what distance? Are you going alone or with family/friends? I, personally, am running the Excelsior (in Minnesota on Lake Minnetonka) Fir...  Read more

Keep Healthyful Foods in Easy Reach

I sit at my desk for long periods of time so I keep a drawer full of healthy snacks like dried fruit, peanut butter and rice cakes, nuts and low-sugar natural granola bars so I don't feel tempted to break into the junk food available....  Read more

Healthy On The Go Eating

When I am out all day running errands I pack a lunch bag with cut up veggies, that I had cut up the day of purchase and put in airtight bags. I toss in some yogurt, trail mix, a simple sandwich on whole wheat bread, a piece of fruit, a few water bott...  Read more

Road Runners

This is for anyone currently running road races or wanting to as one of your goals....  Read more

Fuel Up without Filling Out at the Gas Station

Are you traveling for the holidays? Chances are high that you are—AAA reports that 93.3 million Americans will be traveling between Christmas and New Year’s Day, which is a 1.6 percent increase from last year. And when you're tra...  Read more

10 Things to Take On a Spring Hike

Last Sunday, I reveled in the first day of spring by going for a hike at a nearby park. It was sunny and 60 degrees—perfect hiking weather! I'm always a little nervous when I hit the trail by myself because you never know what could happen....  Read more