With over 150 industry rabble rousers and badass women entrepreneurs to choose from, honing in on T9 Movers & Makers Pitchfest semifinalists hasn’t been easy–but some standouts have already risen to the top. (more…)
I have to write that e-mail. And then check to see if I have coffee. And then I should clean out the garage. After that I’ll go for a run. But first, I need to eradicate world hunger. And find a cure for cancer. Wait. Is that a sore throat I feel…”
Have you had a similar conversation in your head before a run? An avalanche of excuses comes cascading down and that run just doesn’t seem to happen? Well, I don’t know about you, but it happens to me all the time. And after coaching new runners for over a decade, I have heard all of their excuses too—but for each little excuse I have a sack of solutions that will help your brain and your body to get out there and get your running groove on. (more…)
It’s noon, and our trainer, Jessica, has arrived. It’s time to stop whatever we’re doing, walk the few steps (it’s literally 50 steps) to the gym at the center of our HQ, and prepare to get our butts kicked.
Lunch workouts give us a chance to get to know each other without talking about work! It’s a great way to meet people from other departments I don’t work with on a daily basis. – Meagan, Marketing
Lunchtime is a chance to take a break and recharge — so why not do it the way that we know best? While the other working stiffs in our neighborhood line up outside food trucks on their lunch breaks, we’re doing jump squats and lunges. (more…)