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Marathon Training

Published on October 1, 2014 By

So, you’re getting ready to run a marathon. What should you do to really prepare? What should you eat, how should you train?

Winter Running

Published on January 1, 2014 By

Many dedicated runners will brave the cold, damp air and dark, slick streets as winter sets in. Running is actually part of surviving the winter for some. Winter running can be a challenging and, at times, difficult experience outdoors. For those of you who don’t let a little snow or sleet deter a run, it is important to stay safe and comfortable during winter running.

5 or 10k

Published on September 1, 2013 By

This is a question that often runs through a beginner runner’s mind. Whether to start by running 5K or 10K depends highly on two things: your current fitness level and how much time you want to commit to training.

Mud Runs

Published on February 1, 2013 By

Mud Runs have exploded in popularity over the past few years. More people are signing up to them than ever before, but very few are aware of the challenge that awaits. While many people are capable of running the distance of the mud run (which can be up to 12 miles) the place where many people falter is at the obstacles that are going to present themselves throughout the run.

Become a Faster Runner

Published on December 1, 2012 By

Once you start running it becomes almost like an addiction. This is one of the few sports in which you will be able to compete against yourself. People always try to beat their best time or to increase their overall pace. However, what happens when you hit a brick wall? You can’t just stop right? Unless you have started to utilize the tips below there is absolutely no way that you have managed to hit your top running speed. Let’s take a little look.