5 10, 2010

How to Get in the Runner’s High

2016-11-26T08:46:02+00:00

If you’re an experienced runner you probably relish in the elevated, floating feeling of the runner’s high. Either you feel content and natural or you feel light and euphoric, almost as if you’d taken a mood enhancement drug or something of the like. While most runner’s will experience this feeling [...]

How to Get in the Runner’s High 2016-11-26T08:46:02+00:00
28 09, 2010

How to Break a Running Plateau

2016-11-26T08:46:02+00:00

Almost every runner has hit the wall at least once in their career.  It’s one of those experiences that sticks to you forever, a dreaded memory that you hope never repeats itself in all your life.  Your legs turn to fragile Jello toothpicks and nothing you do can possibly help [...]

How to Break a Running Plateau 2016-11-26T08:46:02+00:00
23 09, 2010

Runners’ Guide To Keeping Shin Splints Away

2016-11-26T08:46:02+00:00

Almost every runner, at some point in their athletic life, experiences shin splints.  If you haven’t, you’re extremely lucky, but if you have, you know what it’s like to feel pain shoot up the front of your leg with every stride.  Perhaps more important, you know how important it is [...]

Runners’ Guide To Keeping Shin Splints Away 2016-11-26T08:46:02+00:00
21 09, 2010

Best Upper and Lower Body Workouts For Runners

2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00

Runners can make big gains in the gym.  Lifting weights can maximize your ability to handle tough workouts, decrease risk of joint or overuse injuries, and help strengthen muscles and connective tissues so that you’re better equipped for the demands of the trail, treadmill, or open road. Although it might [...]

Best Upper and Lower Body Workouts For Runners 2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00
16 09, 2010

75 Useful Twitter Feeds for Runners

2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00

They say one of the best methods for staying motivated as a runner is to follow the running scene.  Surround yourself with runners and running culture that not only keeps you running, but also keeps you in the know.  Here is our list of 100 great Twitter feeds to follow [...]

75 Useful Twitter Feeds for Runners 2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00
14 09, 2010

17 Answers to Common Running Questions Asked by Beginners

2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00

1. I’ve got a new pair of shoes and I’m ready to start running.  What’s next? Every runner starts at a different point so it’s difficult to tell people that they need to be doing x miles at y pace.  Instead most beginning runners strive to run for 30 minutes [...]

17 Answers to Common Running Questions Asked by Beginners 2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00
10 09, 2010

How to Improve Your Running Mile Time

2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00

If you’re like me, you thrive in the eyes of competition.  You live to run fast races and do better than you thought you could.  Better yet, you’re looking to beat your own personal record and you’re ready to make an investment so you can do it.  I’m here to [...]

How to Improve Your Running Mile Time 2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00
8 09, 2010

8 Tips to Run Better Without Pounding The Pavement

2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00

To become a great runner you need to train hard, but what if there were a few extra tricks for getting better?  What if there was something you could do that would help you as much as those grueling set wind sprints you’ve started tacking onto the end of your [...]

8 Tips to Run Better Without Pounding The Pavement 2016-11-26T08:46:03+00:00
7 09, 2010

The Basics of Proper Running Form

2016-11-26T08:46:04+00:00

Understanding how to run properly is extremely important to your running economy. Good running form will not only help you run more efficiently, but also help decrease your chance of injury and maximize your workouts. Here’s your head to toe guide to proper running posture and technique. The Basics Running [...]

The Basics of Proper Running Form 2016-11-26T08:46:04+00:00
2 09, 2010

What It Takes To Be An Elite Runner

2016-11-26T08:46:04+00:00

Were Olympic level athletes born or built?  Do elite athletes just work harder than everyone else, or were they born to win?  The debate may never end, and while elite runners have probably been given a bit of a genetic leg up, they certainly work hard for their sport.  If [...]

What It Takes To Be An Elite Runner 2016-11-26T08:46:04+00:00
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