The 24th Annual Corrib Classic 5k Road Race is this Sunday, June 4. Proceeds benefit local West Roxbury charities, and it’s a great family event. Click here to register, and click “more” for all the details, straight from Tony from the Corrib Pub.. Oh, and don’t forget to join Adam 12 and Coors Light at the Corrib for a pre-race party on Thursday, June 1 from 6-8 p.m.
Picture this: you’re hungover. Or just getting over the flu. Or jet-lagged. Or just plain run down and exhausted. Now, picture this: a certified nurse comes to your home and helps you through it. That’s the concept behind The I.V. Doc–now available in Boston. Dr. Joseph A. Russo and his team joined me in studio with all the details. More
Ryan Brister, area director of Life Time Fitness was in studio with me this morning to talk about what Life Time is all about and to preview their new Chestnut Hill location, coming in Spring 2017. More
Oliver Taylor of Vitamin 1 Performance Drink joined me in studio to talk about how they’re filling the void of a healthy and nutritious sports drink, which tastes good. What a concept, right? Listen! More
Sim Ahluwalia is a personal trainer and precision nutrition coach at Equinox. She’s also a chef in training, and was nice enough to bring some goodies from Flour Bakery so we could nosh while we talked about cooking and eating healthy. More
Photographer Blake Morrow and his friend Beth teamed up to create a unique photo showcase.
Titled “The Beth Project,” it shows before-and-after portraits from a considerable weight loss.
The majority of rock climbing gyms in Boston have popped up within the past ten years and there is no going back. With the popularity of indoor rock climbing on the continued rise, we think it’s time to check out what all the buzz is about. Here are five to visit that can all be reached by Boston’s public transportation. More
Maple syrup has always been a staple of our friends up North. But now its sweetness may be put to a different use. One Vermont-based company called Slopeside Syrup hopes to make it a resource for athletes.
John Cena is the WWE, and one of the company’s only active wrestlers to achieve mainstream popularity. Recently, he appeared in a promotional cooking video in which he spends seven full minutes muscling a ham and avocado platter into existence. We can’t stop watching.