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breathing exercise for runners
Diaphragmatic Breathing: How It Can Make You a Better Runner Did you know that a few simple breathing exercises can help you run longer without getting tired, pre...
The Best Exercises for Posture Correction
The Best Exercises for Posture Correction You may have heard the modern expression, "Sitting in the new smoking". While albeit, it may be a sli...
different runners' feet as they run on pavement
What Your Foot Strike Says About You A runner's foot strike is as individual as a snowflake, and there are many perspectives from which it...
Don't waste your time-skip these workout machines next time you are at the gym.
Workout Equipment You Should Avoid at the Gym If you are one of the 50 million athletes who belong to a health club/fitness center, no doubt you ar...
Could low-mileage training be right for you?
Is Low-Mileage Training Right for You? Most of us try to do more with less—whether getting more for our money, doing more things in less tim...
The impact of running on blood sugar levels.
The Impact of Running on Blood Sugar Levels (in Those Who Don't Shun Carbs) Talking about diet is a bit like discussing politics and religion these days: A rather prickly affair...
Glute Activation exercises for runners
Wake Up Those Glutes! Activation Exercises for Runners When trying to incorporate every possible component to improve our running performance, a strengtheni...
Need some inspirational talk to get you through your next long run? We've got the perfect podcast list for runners!
10 Podcasts All Runners Should Be Listening To Are you in need of some inspiration to get out on your next run? Looking for some like-minded runners...

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Running and exercise-induced asthma.
Running and Exercise-Induced Asthma We all know that feeling. You head out for your first run in ages, brimming with determination and dr...
gross things runners deal with
The Gross Things Runners Deal With (and Don't Mind) It’s no secret every sport comes with its own set of quirks that its participants succumb to or don’t...
Running Shoe Anatomy
The Anatomy of a Running Shoe The struggle to find the right pair of running shoes is real. But once you do, you feel you have tran...
Berlin Marathon
Everything You Need to Know About Running the Berlin Marathon It is not uncommon to hear an endurance runner give details on his or her's running bucket list which...
Ultra Fiord in Torres del Pain Park, Patagonia
The Ultimate Trail Race: Ultra Fiord, Chile Looking for the ultimate trail challenge? Then enter Ultra Fiord. This footrace is much less of a tra...
Race Recaps: Pittsburgh Marathon & USATF Half Marathon National Championships 2018
Race Recaps: Pittsburgh Marathon & USATF Half Marathon Championships 2018 On Sunday morning, 40,000 runners took to the streets of Pittsburgh for the Pittsburgh Marathon and H...
Quads during Hill Running
The Role of the Quads During Hill Running While training for a trail race or a hilly road race, you have probably heard many experienced runner...
Why Runners Should Add Functional Exercises into Their Training Plan
Why Runners Should Add Functional Exercises into Their Training Plan Function. The definition is simple enough– it is the natural, purposeful movement or activity for per...
Glute Activation exercises for runners
Wake Up Those Glutes! Activation Exercises for Runners When trying to incorporate every possible component to improve our running performance, a strengtheni...
Fun and crazy ways to run yourself into the record books.
Fun (and Crazy) Ways To Run Yourself Into the Record Books While we certainly don't lack in consistency or passion, a 100m- or marathon world record will sadly ...
Attention Restoration Theory: How Running Outside Can Literally Change Your Life
Attention Restoration Theory: How Running Outside Can Literally Change Your Life According to data from Microsoft, the average person’s attention span went down from a measly 12 seco...
Berlin Marathon
Everything You Need to Know About Running the Berlin Marathon It is not uncommon to hear an endurance runner give details on his or her's running bucket list which...
13 herbal supplements you should avoid
13 Herbal Supplements You Should Avoid According to a 2017 survey conducted by the  Council on Responsible Nutrition (CRN), 71 percent of Am...
Do you know what's in your vitamins? You may be frightened to find out.
Dangerous Ingredients in Dietary Supplements Adding supplements to your diet often can be a beneficial way to counter unhealthy eating habits. Alt...
Is inflammation the root of many major health issues?
Inflammation: The Root of Many Major Health Issues? Our first reaction to inflammation is usually the urge to put an end to it as soon as possible. And w...
Should you enter an obstacle course race?
Should You Really Sign up for an Obstacle Course Race? The popularity of non-traditional races has boomed in the last couple of years. According to Running ...
learn more about steeplechase and how to get into it
Steeple-What? Track and Field's Most Obscure Running Event Thirty-five barriers, seven of which are water jumps, over 3000 meters around the track. Ragged breat...
Spartan Trifecta is a fun and effective way to improve your personal best.
How a Spartan Trifecta Will Improve Your Running Time Regardless of where you are in your running (beginner, 5Ks, 10Ks, half Marathons or full blown Marath...
Running Shoe Anatomy
The Anatomy of a Running Shoe The struggle to find the right pair of running shoes is real. But once you do, you feel you have tran...
how running has changed over the past 25 years
How Running Has Changed in the Past 25 Years Running is one of the oldest, if not the oldest sport. Doesn’t seem like that much can change when it...
What You Need to Know About Sunscreen Nanoparticles
What You Need to Know About Sunscreen Nanoparticles Surprisingly, nanotechnology is nothing new under the sun. The earliest use of nanotechnology can be ...
Speed Training for Marathoners
Speed Training for Long Distance Runners Running a fast marathon takes more than just logging a bunch of miles day in and day out. It requires...
gross things runners deal with
The Gross Things Runners Deal With (and Don't Mind) It’s no secret every sport comes with its own set of quirks that its participants succumb to or don’t...
Quads during Hill Running
The Role of the Quads During Hill Running While training for a trail race or a hilly road race, you have probably heard many experienced runner...
Ultra Fiord in Torres del Pain Park, Patagonia
The Ultimate Trail Race: Ultra Fiord, Chile Looking for the ultimate trail challenge? Then enter Ultra Fiord. This footrace is much less of a tra...
A gushing stream in the forest
Destination Trail Run: The Rees-Dart Track, New Zealand The Rees-Dart Track winds its way through magnificent alpine valleys at the head of Lake Wakatipu on ...
Blood Clots in athletes
Blood Clots in Athletes Running as with all other physical activities is an excellent way to decrease risk factors for severa...