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Seven habits of successful runners.
7 Habits of Successful Runners Running success means different things to different people.  To some, it's finally clocking that BQ t...
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Inspirational Runner: Derek Mitchell On April 13, 2017, I had the pleasure of interviewing Derek Mitchell. Mitchell is renowned in the run...
A review of the Xero Prio
A Review of the Xero Prio The Xero Prio is Xero’s first performance running shoe after a long line of successful running and hi...
What are the 5 most embarrassing runner problems?
5 Most Embarrassing Runner Problems I love running. And, I'm sure you do too, or you wouldn’t be here reading this.  But there are some a...
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Inspirational Athlete Spotlight: Teresa Webb Have you ever tried running with an episode of gut discomfort? How about chronic abdominal pain and i...
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Otter African Trail Run: A Weekend Warrior's Approach to Africa's Toughest Trail Marathon The Otter African Trail Run is described as the toughest marathon distance trail run in Africa. It fo...
V02 max training
Finding the Correct Training Paces Using Your Estimated VO2 Max Establishing effective training paces can be a very difficult process.  Every session while preparing...
Ten easy ways to make long runs fly by.
10 Easy Ways to Make Long Runs Fly By Love it or hate it, long slow distance (LSD) is a vital component of any distance runner's arsenal.  ...

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tracking runs
To Track Or Not To Track: How Not Tracking My Runs Made Me A Better Runner I’ve been running for almost ten years. I became truly dedicated to it in college, and during that ti...
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Runners and Sleep: How Much is Enough? In a culture where workaholism meets extreme athletic endeavors, it sometimes seems that the more ext...
Autism Spectrum Youth: Training Tips and Challenges
Autism Spectrum Youth: Training Tips and Challenges The JV Boys 400 runners took their marks. Parents trained their cameras on their sons. The gun sounde...
From the Pike’s Peak Marathon to the Hatfield McCoy Marathon in Kentucky, these marathons are not for the faint of heart
Are You Tough Enough?: America's 10 Most Extreme Marathons So you’ve run a few marathons. You enjoyed the experience, hit your goal race time, and realized that...
How to use age grading to determine how fast you really are at any age.
Age Grading: How Fast Are You Really? Feeling disheartened about clocking slower and slower running times over the years? Finding it a bitt...
The Case for and Against Virtual Races
The Case for and Against Virtual Races I have this friend. We’ll call her Runs Way Faster Than Me. We occasionally run together – me for ...
groin
Groin: Injury Pain Overview   Groin pull, a groin strain, a groin tear, or just general pain in the groin area is very co...
PE
Pulmonary Embolism PE: Overview Running is a popular and highly effective exercise. One of the reasons it is so popular is because it...
What are the 5 most embarrassing runner problems?
5 Most Embarrassing Runner Problems I love running. And, I'm sure you do too, or you wouldn’t be here reading this.  But there are some a...
how to run 1 million miles
How To Run 1 Million Miles Running 1 million miles. Can you feel the enormousness in such a distance? How do you start? Where do...
These audiobooks will entertain and power you through long runs.
Reading While Running: Audiobooks That Will Make Training Fly By Even veteran runners can get bored on longer runs. Whether you're training for a race or just trying ...
Reasons why you don't have to run
Reasons Why You Don't Have to Run Today If you are one of those people who happened upon this article after launching a search on Google for ...
allergen-free fuel recipes for runners
Allergen-Free Fuel for Runners: Top 5 Recipes Food allergies can pose a big challenge when it comes to adequate fueling for runners, particularly t...
From sushi to Hungarian mushroom soup, the strange foods you eat could actually fuel you to the best run you've had in weeks
"You Ate What?!" The Weirdest Pre-Run Fuel That Actually Works Most runners are familiar with tummy troubles. They seem to strike when you least expect it, or at...
hypoglycemia
Running and Hypoglycemia Even if you don’t suffer from diabetes, exercise-induced hypoglycemia is still a risk factor for thos...
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A Review Of Brooks Steady Short Sleeve Shirt Spring has arrived and that means it's time to put those heavy running long sleeve shirts away. In go...
A Review of Outdoor Products Hydration Reservoir
A Review of Outdoor Products Hydration Reservoir I was looking for a new hydration reservoir, as I needed to replace the one in my backpack before I w...
brooks rush shorts
A Review of Brooks Rush 9" Shorts Brooks active wear is top notch in the industry. They carry just about any type of product a runner m...
An in depth review of the Adidas Adizero Boston Boost 6
Adidas Adizero Boston Boost 6 The Adidas Adizero Boston Boost 6 is a lightweight trainer with just the right amount of cushioning f...
These audiobooks will entertain and power you through long runs.
Reading While Running: Audiobooks That Will Make Training Fly By Even veteran runners can get bored on longer runs. Whether you're training for a race or just trying ...
tracking runs
To Track Or Not To Track: How Not Tracking My Runs Made Me A Better Runner I’ve been running for almost ten years. I became truly dedicated to it in college, and during that ti...

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