Running Past Your Comfort Level – Part II

In the previous post I told you about how I got past my comfort runs, those runs that we keep doing on replay because that's all we think we are capable of doing. Mine were anything under 3 miles. I was on 1 to 2 miles for at least a good year or so. In this [...]

Running Past Your Comfort Level – Part I

As a new runner I might not know the right or complete answer to this, all I know is, what has worked for me. Before I got into running I used to think 20 minutes on the treadmill was the best I could do. I never understood how people can be on the treadmill for [...]

This event was tons of fun last year, and I am already looking forward to this year's Self Magazine's Workout in the Park at Central Park. The 20th annual event inspires healthy, happy lifestyles with high-energy exercises, fashion tips, beauty consultations, and great giveaways. SELF Magazine’s wildly popular outdoor health, fitness, and wellness festival, Workout [...]

4 Ways to Prevent Running Injuries

For the past few weeks I have been talking about running and training. For today's Fit Friday's post I want to focus on taking care of your body after your workout. We all know we're supposed to stretch before and after a workout. Some might argue that you only need to do it after not [...]

Redesigning is a major part of blogging. If you've been following my blog for some time, you been through the redesigning process with me. KMP Blog has come a long way, since it's birth in 2008 til this very present day. It has gone from Blogspot/Blogger to and It has had several domain [...]

Gabriel Iglesias: Aloha Fluffy Blu-ray & DVD Release Blu-ray & DVD 4/9/13 Fluffy’s Back With An All New Stand-Up Special! Internationally acclaimed comedian, Gabriel Iglesias, returns to Comedy Central with his brand-new one-hour stand-up special taped at Honolulu’s Hawaii Theatre Center. Watch as Fluffy brings the house down yet again with his unique and animated [...]

Gorton’s Seafood Challenge & Giveaway

  Healthy living is all around us, often times we do not see it, or find it too expensive or impossible to do, but in reality that's not always the case.  This past week, I got the opportunity to try new healthy recipes as part of the Gorton's Seafood Challege 20 at 200 or less, [...]

6 Ways To Stay Motivated to Run

Below is a list of ways to stay motivated when you are training for a race or just want to run more often: Don't give yourself time to think. If you think about waking up in the morning and having to run, and how cold it is outside you won't want to do it. My [...]

Starting July 2013, a newer black and white photo version of the NYS Driver's License will be issued. According to an article on The New York Times the new cards are so stiff that they sound like a compact disc when dropped, also, the new cards will be hard polycarbonate cards with photos that appear black [...]

Training for a Half Marathon

As I get ready to start a 12-week Half-Marathon training next week, I am getting more excited about it. I have already visualized myself, at a race, during the race and finishing the race, all with a smile on my face and proud sweat. As I look at my 12-week training plan, I'm ready for [...]