by No Meat Athletes’ Matt Frazier & Doug Hay | There’s nothing wrong with getting in a rut. It doesn’t mean you don’t still love running or can’t go on to achieve great running goals. It just means you’re in a rut, plain and simple.
By Chris Newport So, you’ve decided to take on the marathon, or maybe you’re ready to go for a PR. But how do you choose the appropriate training and racing paces to perform your best? Here are 3 tips to pacing properly so you can run the perfect marathon.
By Jessica Oberlies It begins in a stampede. Hundreds of legs propelling forward, fresh And up for the challenge. The potent scent Of gasoline as the golf cart accelerates, faster than it was made for, Zooming along the uneven ground, struggling to stay ahead of the Power-hungry runners. The
By Dana Ayers As someone who calls herself merely a “casual” runner (AKA, sometimes physical fitness and I see other people), I’ve had to resort to all sorts of tricks to keep myself going through the years. Tricks like, you know, joining the U.S. military where being in shape
By Lee Hopkins Over the last 15 years we have watched technology and style develop in the running shoe industry. Go back to 2003 and the number one selling shoe was the more stable Asics 2090 (we now call it the 2000) and stability shoes reigned supreme. We were
By Esther Dill Those of us who like to run are living for the fall race season. As runners, we commit to our race goals early in the spring, especially if we want to register for the more popular marathons. We make hotel reservations and launch our training programs.
By Susan Lacke I'm an unexceptional athlete. I'm slow. My times aren't great. I trip a lot. And that's OK. On a good day, I am an unexceptional athlete. My times at most races are fair-to-middling, though I have, on rare occasions, broken through for PRs. Once, at a
By Motiv Running There’s new proof that the simple act of moving—such as running, taking a walk or spinning at the gym—not only helps you feel better physically, but can boost mental health too. In fact, as little as one hour a week of blood pumping exercise can actually