The oatmeal is one of the most known breakfasts. Make it as healthy as possible with all kinds of berries and seeds to add vitamins and minerals to it, while making it delicious. Prepare it in just a few minutes.
Legumes and vegetables are one of the best foods you can eat. Here you will learn about how to prepare stuffed peppers with couscous made out of chickpeas. Simple and healthy that takes about 20 minutes to make it.
Have you ever noticed that the majority of the runners at a race are in the mid-pack? Did you ever wonder what is the distribution of these runners? Well, I did and created two charts to see the data better about a half-marathon and a marathon.
To predict your race time for an upcoming race you can use the Riegel formula and apply to a recently completed race. While this formula gives you a good approximation there are a few caveats.
As a runner probably you came across the fact that we use pace to measure our speed and that is expressed in min/km or min/mile depending on the system used. Conversion between them requires a few simple calculations that can be done using pen and paper or even in your head.
Have you ever tried to finish a race under a time limit? This calculator will help you determine the average pace you should run at to reach your goal. Maybe a marathon under 3 hours? Or a 5K under 25 minutes?
This calculator will help you to predict your race time based on a previously completed race. It is based on the formula created by Peter Riegel. For details on the formula and the math read the how to guide.
This calculator will help you to calculate your body mass index. You can use metric or imperial units.
This calculator will help you to convert between paces determined in metric and imperial units. For the details about the math behind it read the how to guide.
This calculator will help you to define your heart rate zones using the Karvonen formula. A full description of the formula can be found here.