Fishermen in Beaufort County waters can no longer keep their cobia catches during the month of May and face stricter catch limits after that. The law passed last week aims to rebuild the population of the popular gamefish.
Barbara Eisele won two national titles and was runner-up in four other events, and Yorlliry Moreno also captured two titles as Lowcountry Masters swimming took home 28 medals from last weekend’s U.S. Masters Swimming national championships in Greensboro, N.C.
Death Valley National Park is known as the hottest, driest and lowest place in the country, a scorching desert that for half the year is fit only for European tourists with a perverse desire to experience hell on Earth.
Nike first introduced the Free concept in 2004, and it was one of the pioneers in the minimalist running movement. The initial idea spawned when a Nike designer watched the Stanford cross-country team doing barefoot sprints in the grass. The first shoes in the line focused on offering protection from the ground, but not much else. Of course, running sprints in the grass isn't the same as running a marathon, and the Nike Free was never really designed for long-distance training. That is until now.
Exercising less with the right intensity is key to losing fat, but so, too, is simply moving your body more on a regular basis. Walk. Take the stairs. Do a few pushups here and there. Do 10 bodyweight squats before you eat. Pick up your kids. Run to the mailbox. Do some lunge walks down the hall. Get up out of your chair every 15 minutes and stretch.
If you've been sticking to an exercise regimen and aren't seeing results, or simply want to know what your trainer would tell you, politeness thrown to the wayside, you've come to the right place. Below, you'll find 13 things - mistakes, pet peeves - that top trainers want their clients to stop doing.
In a new documentary about Irvine, Calif., resident Cindy Abbott, her husband confesses he can't figure out why his wife remains determined to become the first woman to both climb Mount Everest and complete the grueling, 1,000-mile Alaskan Iditarod sled dog race.
There are a lot of bogus myths when it comes to stretching. As an athlete, knowing the truth will definitely pay off for you. One of the biggest myths is that stretching is a warmup. It's not. Stretching, especially with a body that has not yet actually been warmed up, means the tissues are cold and not as elastic as they should be. The fibers of both muscle and white connective tissue will not easily slide past each other.
By the time Dave Haase arrived in Annapolis, Md., and dismounted the Venge bike at long last, a modest crowd of about 50 people applauded him, many of them family and members of his crew. He gave a weary smile, collected his medal, granted one media interview and then took his team out to lunch, barely able to keep his eyelids open.