“The handlebar” “The fu manchu” “The chevron” “The pencil” “The walrus” Whatever your age, occupation or hey, even gender, odds are there’s a style of moustache suited just for you.
True, the moustache hasn’t been in vogue since “Magnum P.I.” went off the air (sorry, hipsters), but we’re encouraging you to rock the dirt squirrel and support a good cause with our #Anywhere5K Stache Dash on November 24 & 25, 2012.
Here’s the skinny. Thanks to the Movember movement, men (and women) around the world are growing and grooming Mo’s to raise funds and awareness for men’s health and prostate cancer.
And, because we’re always looking for a good excuse to rock the Mo (and who isn’t?), we’re encouraging runners to join the movement and become Mo Bros and Mo Sistas so they can participate in the #Anywhere5K Stache Dash.
I love eating pizza and dipping the crusts into the garlic sauce that comes with it. Sadly, every time I do the dip, I wake up puffed out because my body spent the evening excreting water to dilute the 310 mg of sodium I consumed with my sauce.
But it’s not just the garlic dipping sauces that’ll make you thirsty, there are loads of foods and drinks that will zap your body of water and drive you to the brink of dehydration.
The debate over whether cold or warm water is more beneficial has been going on for a while. Some argue that warm water is better because it doesn’t require as much energy for your body to heat to the necessary 98.6°F (37°C). Others say that cold water is better because your body absorbs it more easily.
So what’s the best temperature for your water?
I’m not a particularly big person, but I do recall the days of old when I wrestled 152 and hovered around 160 pounds in the off season. When I hit my 30s my metabolism slowed and my weight increased. By then I was running less, working a sit down job, and maintaining the same high-calorie diet I did when I ran 50+ miles per week.
Needless to say, I got fat. It didn’t really hit me until I stepped on the scale and saw 2-0-0. Enough! I set goals. Got back into running. Dropped habits. And utilized an iPhone app named Lose It! to keep my eating habits in check and shed 18 pounds.