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Women and men are innately different when it comes to running and weight loss. Found out how and why!
Men vs. Women: Running and Weight Loss The old saying, ‘men are from Mars, women are from Venus’ is true in more ways than one. Just look ar...
Why You Run Faster on Race Day
Faster on Race Day Than During Training? Here's Why If you are a long time regular distance runner, meaning you have had quite a few training blocks, you...
an in-depth guide exploring all essential electrolytes for runners.
A Look at all Essential Electrolytes Nutrition is a major component of marathon training. Proper fueling and hydration make a significant ...
How to get the smell out of your running gear for good.
Cleaning Your Running Gear: How To Get Rid Of The Stink For Good Running is, by definition, a dirty business. We run, we get sweaty (and often muddy) and we return ho...
should you lift heavier weights at lower reps or lighter weights at higher reps? let's find out!
Heavy Weights and Low Reps vs. Light Weights and High Reps There is nothing more demotivating than spending several weeks or even months working out and not see...
How the legs up the wall pose can take your recovery strategy to the next level.
The Simple Move That Could Take Your Recovery Strategy To The Next Level Time is valuable. And with recreational runners often struggling to strike a balance between family- ...
Tips and tricks for managing urinary incontinence on the run.
Running And Urinary Incontinence: There's Hope! Running can get messy. With things like snot rockets, porta-potties and bowel movements often being t...
Carb loading is important for marathoners to do two weeks leading up to their race while tapering.
Is Carb Loading Before A Big Race A Good Idea? One of the many perks of running is we often get to indulge in our favorite foods. This means pizza, ...

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an in-depth guide on how to be mindful as a runner.
How to Practice Mindfulness as a Runner I’m not a betting woman, but I’d wager that nine times out of ten, if you ask a runner how in the wor...
female runner standing palm tree
The Comfort of a Running Shoe There are several crucial factors to consider when choosing the best running shoe for you. For most r...
Hydrating on the run
How To Choose Your First Hydration System Much as you’ve sworn that running was and should stay a sport of minimum gear and little fuss, you’ve...
How accurate is your running watch really?
How Accurate Is Your Running Watch Really? If you've been in the unfortunate position of missing out on a PB because a race course measured long...
The Spotswood 5k ran by the high school cross country team and locals.
Running a 5k With a High School Cross Country Team Is Best Way To Compete There were some circling around the parking lot in a jog. There was some stretching, and yet, even mo...
should you lift heavier weights at lower reps or lighter weights at higher reps? let's find out!
Heavy Weights and Low Reps vs. Light Weights and High Reps There is nothing more demotivating than spending several weeks or even months working out and not see...
female runner standing palm tree
The Comfort of a Running Shoe There are several crucial factors to consider when choosing the best running shoe for you. For most r...
A standing desk might be the answer to your workplace fatigue, lack of productivity, and failure to meet your daily calorie burn goal!
Should You Use A Standing Desk? Relatively new to the workplace is the idea that fitness and health can and should be incorporated ri...
kidney stones, exercise, running, healthcare
Exercise and Kidney Stones If you have had kidney stones or perhaps someone you know has experienced an episode, you are acutely...
an in-depth guide on how to be mindful as a runner.
How to Practice Mindfulness as a Runner I’m not a betting woman, but I’d wager that nine times out of ten, if you ask a runner how in the wor...
Ways to cope with unsupportive family members includes open communication and finding a supportive community.
How To Cope With Unsupportive Family Members Who Don’t Run A pack of smiling faces cheers and jumps up and down as the runner sprints to the finish line. The ho...
A standing desk might be the answer to your workplace fatigue, lack of productivity, and failure to meet your daily calorie burn goal!
Should You Use A Standing Desk? Relatively new to the workplace is the idea that fitness and health can and should be incorporated ri...
Sous vide cooking is a simple way to prepare perfectly cooked meals at home using temperature control.
What Is Sous Vide Cooking? How To Master The Technique As runners, it’s important what we put into our bodies. Eat a clean meal like grilled chicken, veggie...
How to boost your immunity by adapting your diet.
How To Boost Your Immunity By Adapting Your Diet Did you know that approximately 70-80% of your immune system is located inside your gut? Yes, serious...
Gel water is known for its hydrating properties, and is found in many foods like melons.
What Is Gel Water? The Benefits Of Drinking For Runners We all have heard that we should be drinking at least eight glasses of water each day. And runners mi...
New to obstacle course racing? Here's all the gear you need!
What Gear Do You Need For Obstacle Course Racing? While traditional road racing is still alive and well among the running community, and events like th...
There are so many Obstacle Course Races today to choose from - how do you know which is best for you?
How Do You Choose Which Obstacle Course Race is the Right Race For YOU? If you have been running regular old road or trail races, you probably know the drill at this point a...
the next stop on our destination run is: Hyeres, France
Destination Run: Hyeres, France Thinking about the south of France, the first few things that come to one's mind are usually the beac...
female runner standing palm tree
The Comfort of a Running Shoe There are several crucial factors to consider when choosing the best running shoe for you. For most r...
New to obstacle course racing? Here's all the gear you need!
What Gear Do You Need For Obstacle Course Racing? While traditional road racing is still alive and well among the running community, and events like th...
man walking barefoot on a boulder
Is Being Barefoot Bad For You? Fun fact: Did you know that you are not violating any United States Health Department or OSHA (Occupa...
How accurate is your running watch really?
How Accurate Is Your Running Watch Really? If you've been in the unfortunate position of missing out on a PB because a race course measured long...
here is this month's challenge for runners, planks!
Monthly Challenge for Runners: Planks Welcome back to another monthly challenge for runners. This time we will focus all about that core. W...
Why you need to protect your eyes on the run.
Why You Need To Protect Your Eyes On The Run For many runners, a cap and a pair of sunglasses act as nothing more than a convenient way to hide be...
Hydrating on the run
How To Choose Your First Hydration System Much as you’ve sworn that running was and should stay a sport of minimum gear and little fuss, you’ve...
should you lift heavier weights at lower reps or lighter weights at higher reps? let's find out!
Heavy Weights and Low Reps vs. Light Weights and High Reps There is nothing more demotivating than spending several weeks or even months working out and not see...
Hot Tub for Recovery
Is the Hot Tub a Good Choice for Recovery? Most muscle soreness is a sign of a successful workout. Sometimes this soreness can last quite a bit,...