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  • Long Run Facts

    Jeff Galloway's Blog
    Jeff Galloway
    14 Sep 2014 | 6:57 pm
    Twenty miles with walking breaks equals 20 miles run continuously…at any speed (but you recover faster with walk breaks). Forget about speed on long runs. Focus only on the component of endurance. You can’t run too slowly on the long runs. Run at least two minutes per mile slower than you could run that distance on that day accounting for heat, humidity, etc. The day before the long run should be a no-exercise day.
  • Don’t be too busy to run: tips for fitting it all in this fall

    WalkJogRun
    WalkJogRun
    14 Sep 2014 | 11:54 pm
    The lazy days of summer are nearly over. School has started back up. Lives feel more hectic and busy, and daylight hours are continually shrinking. Here are some tips for those of us with to-do lists a mile long and those who need a little extra prodding. Wake-up earlier Setting your alarm clock an hour earlier […]
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    Runnergirl Training
    runnergirl training
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  • Why is Linking Important in SEO

    yourrunning.com
    1 Sep 2014 | 5:15 pm
    When you create content for your site, your main goal is to have others read it and share it. The call to action is either to purchase your product, talk about your topic, or to have yourself considered an expert in a certain industry. The best type of linking is when it comes to you organically. People read your content, and willingly link to your site without your asking. This means they understand and believe in your content. That also means that visitors to that foreign blog will find your link and come to your site to know more about you. If you’re not getting enough organic links,…
  • You see the strangest things during a run

    Mom's Home Run
    Nicole orriëns
    9 Sep 2014 | 10:24 pm
    I was running, minding my own business when suddenly I saw this brush hanging on a tree! It's the kind of brush that is used to do the dishes. The rest of my run I couldn't help bu wonder: 'Who hangs a brush in a tree, and why?!' Almost Wordless Wednesday Don't miss any of my posts! Get yourself a free subscription, and you'll never have to worry about missing out! Enter your email
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    Jeff Galloway's Blog

  • Long Run Facts

    Jeff Galloway
    14 Sep 2014 | 6:57 pm
    Twenty miles with walking breaks equals 20 miles run continuously…at any speed (but you recover faster with walk breaks). Forget about speed on long runs. Focus only on the component of endurance. You can’t run too slowly on the long runs. Run at least two minutes per mile slower than you could run that distance on that day accounting for heat, humidity, etc. The day before the long run should be a no-exercise day.
  • CORRECTING FORWARD LEAN – by becoming a puppet on a string

    Jeff Galloway
    8 Sep 2014 | 6:08 am
    Create a mental image during the form drill of yourself suspended from the very top of your head by a giant string (as if you were a puppet). The effect is to lift you upright – head in line with shoulders and hips and everything lined up with each foot as it assumes the body’s weight. A good puppet image also helps you to stay light on your feet. The first effect of being a good puppet is to have your body line up without any tension – you’re in balance. Walk around with the image of the puppet on the string until you feel relaxed in this upright position. Then start running slowly.
  • Running and Joint Health

    Jeff Galloway
    1 Sep 2014 | 5:36 pm
    Running does not predispose joints to arthritis. Dan Wnorowski, MD, has written a paper which reviews research on the effects of running and joint health. He believes that the “majority of the relevant literature during the past decade” on this topic finds little or no basis that running increases arthritis risk. Wnorowski goes on to say that a recent MRI study indicates that the prevalence of knee meniscus abnormalities in asymptomatic marathon runners is no different than sedentary controls. 
 
 
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  • Why is Linking Important in SEO

    1 Sep 2014 | 5:15 pm
    When you create content for your site, your main goal is to have others read it and share it. The call to action is either to purchase your product, talk about your topic, or to have yourself considered an expert in a certain industry. The best type of linking is when it comes to you organically. People read your content, and willingly link to your site without your asking. This means they understand and believe in your content. That also means that visitors to that foreign blog will find your link and come to your site to know more about you. If you’re not getting enough organic links,…
  • Why You Need a Criminal Defense Lawyer Services

    1 Sep 2014 | 5:04 pm
    Anybody who faces a criminal charge, irrespective of how minor, stands to gain from talking to a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer before proceeding. Even if the legal expert does not get retained to offer court representation, the consultation will aid the defendant to comprehend the nature and depth of the charges that have been filed, the available defense lines, the kinds of plea bargains that are probably going to be given and what the possible scenario if convicted. A Minneapolis criminal defense lawyer ought to be able to make out vital pretrial issues and then bring fitting…
  • THE ROLE OF THE FOREX

    24 Apr 2014 | 6:33 pm
    A Forex exchange plays a vital role in every market and every world economy.Travelers around the world know the practicality of this. Most world countries use their own individual currencies as the main medium of trade within its borders. To trade goods and services in the U.S, one has to have the U.S dollar. International trade is necessary because no nation is self-sufficient. Some countries need raw materials to service their industries while others need finished products to aid in the production process. All these should have been complex without a Forex exchange; it would be difficult to…
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    Cool Running

  • The 17th Annual Key West Half Marathon and 5K – Running in America's Southern Most City

    16 Sep 2014 | 9:36 am
    Here it comes! It's January 18, 2015, and is your best chance to get away from winter and run in the beautiful Florida Keys. An ideal destination in the middle of those dark cold winter days; plan now on some sunshine in January and run Key West!Related:Key West Half Marathon and 5K Website
  • Paddy's Road Race - The Shillelagh Shuffle 3-Miler in Newton, Massachusetts

    16 Sep 2014 | 2:43 am
    This wonderful three-miler is simply an awesome Irish-themed road race and celebration at a marvelous, quintessential Irish pub. It’s the New England Runner Pub Series finale—great race for a great cause. Yes, Paddy's in West Newton is the place to be for the 13th edition of the Paddy's Road Race, named for this famous host Irish Pub on Elm Street. The post race with food, Irish music, beer garden, raffles and more will reward your running endeavor and warm your heart.Related:Paddy's Road Race Event Website
  • The Jack Kerouac 5K, America's Beatnik Run and Pub Tour

    16 Sep 2014 | 2:41 am
    Coming on September 28, this celebration of Lowell’s most famous native son will have a new, scenic course and an interesting and enjoyable post race visit—for those 21 and older—to some of the best pub establishments in downtown Lowell. Half of it is “On the Road” and half on the Merrimack River bike path. It begins at Kerouac Park on Bridge Street and ends at the Tsongas Center—an autumn run along the river in support of the Jack Kerouac Scholarship Fund.Related:Jack Kerouac 5K Event Website
  • The 28th Bobby Bell Road Race—Running Tradition in the Merrimack Valley

    16 Sep 2014 | 2:39 am
    Founded in 1987, the Bobby Bell Five Miler provides a blend of old school road racing traditions with several innovations, including gender grading so all compete on an equal basis. It’s the only major road race in the Merrimack Valley that has gender graded scoring. You will be treated to a terrific post race party and buffet with adult beverages and music in a delightful atmosphere. It will run on Sunday, October 12, 2014, the day before Columbus Day in historic Haverhill, Massachusetts.Related:Bobby Bell Road Race Website
  • The 38th Tufts Health Plan 10 K for Women – a Celebration of Women’s Running, Health and Fitness

    12 Sep 2014 | 5:06 am
    This will be the 38th running of the Tufts Health Plan 10K for Women, a Columbus Day tradition and iconic women’s race, where Olympic athletes, aspiring elites, seasoned veterans, and novice runners run together amid a scenic Boston-Cambridge backdrop. Start your training programs and lace up your running shoes for this signature Boston running experience!Related:Tufts Health Plan 10K for Women Website
 
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    Make It a Masterpiece

  • Short Long Run

    Don
    14 Sep 2014 | 7:33 pm
    I ran & walked 10 miles today, my longest run in quite a while and my "long run" for the next marathon, three weeks hence. We ran on the Gateway Trail, where I have experienced two of my recent three hamstring injuries.  No injury today!  I would like to do a longer long run, but there isn't time.  From now until the marathon I will do shorter runs, hoping to avoid any more injuries.I hope to finish in less than six hours, so here's my calculation: If I were to walk at a pace of 15 minutes per mile, that's four miles per hour, and in six hours I would get to mile 24.
  • Three Miles Running

    Don
    24 Aug 2014 | 6:56 pm
    Walking and running, that is.  Again we went out early, to avoid the muggy heat.  I did my 1 to 3 run / walk, this time 3.17 miles on the paved trails, in 40:11, for a pace of 12:41.  That's slightly slower than two days ago, but still plenty fast enough to finish a marathon in six hours even with nature breaks.No complaint from the injured right hamstrings today, or from anywhere else for that matter.  No whining!So the plan now is to run every other day, doing an easy 1 to 3 run/walk like this, but gradually increasing the distance.  On the alternate days, or many…
  • Doctors

    Don
    23 Aug 2014 | 6:39 pm
    Friday, August 22, 2014:I did a 1 to 3 run/walk today, just 2.07 miles like Wednesday.  This time the right hamstrings ached just a little for the first minute or two, then went silent, cooperating fully.  That's a good thing!2.07 miles in 25:48, pace 12:28, equivalent to a 5:27 marathon if sustained.  Considering nature breaks and maybe a chat with a spectator or two, this would be a good pace for finishing a marathon in six hours.I saw the sports doctor today, to discuss the recent frequent hamstring injuries.  He thought that the Levaquin was still a possible…
  • Not Running Yet

    Don
    18 Aug 2014 | 5:53 pm
    I rode the bike a little easier today, for 7.35 miles in under 40 minutes.  I timed one loop at 4.73 min/mi, or about 12.7 mph.  Two days ago I thought that pace was "fairly hard," but today it didn't seem hard.  I guess my bike muscles are becoming conditioned, or I'm learning how to use the gears to better advantage.I'd rather be running.  Maybe I'll try it tomorrow.  Short, slow, easy.
  • Still Riding the Bike

    Don
    17 Aug 2014 | 6:18 pm
    I ran just a few steps this morning, enough to assure myself that the right hamstrings still hurt and I shouldn't try a real run.  Back on the bike.  I do like the bike; it certainly helps with cardiopulmonary training even if it doesn't really do much for running muscles.I rode exactly the same route as yesterday, two 3.53-mile figure-8's, once in each direction, splits of 16:01 lap 1, 16:09 lap 2, for a total of 7.06 miles in 32:10, pace 4.56 min/mi, or 13.2 mph.  That's slightly faster than yesterday, but I felt a little more tired at the end.  I did a lot of yard work…
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    RunBlogRun

  • Marrakech Flash-Back, by Alfons Juck, EME NEWS

    Larry Eder
    16 Sep 2014 | 3:35 am
    The Continental cup is just over by 24 hours. We are in Madrid on our way home, back to San Francisco. My first time on the African continent and first time in Morocco. We will be back. I enjoyed, as I have always done, the competitions. I was saddened by the lack of a crowd for such fine races and events. Tiffany Porter, Dawn Harper-Nelson, Continental Cup, photo by Shoe Addicts, Mike DeeringI believe that we have to make some real decisions in our sport. Is it better to have too many events, some that are fantastic and some that are, much less? How do we really grow…
  • Registration for 2015 Boston Marathon reopened Monday, September 15, 2014 to all time qualifiers, release from BAA

    Larry Eder
    15 Sep 2014 | 5:54 pm
    The registration for the 2015 Boston Marathon reopened on Monday, September 15, 2014. Please read the instructions below if you are interested in competing. And please, do not run as bandits in races. It is disrespectful to meet management and volunteers.  Registration for the 2015 Boston Marathon will reopen on Monday, September 15 to all time qualifiers.The B.A.A. will accept up to 8,000 additional qualifiers during the next phase of registration.BOSTON - Registration for the 2015 Boston Marathon will reopen on Monday, September 15, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. ET and will…
  • Ten Things that we learnt in Marrakech, (1-5) by Cathal Dennehy, for RunBlogRun

    Larry Eder
    15 Sep 2014 | 4:59 pm
    Emma Coburn vs Hiwot Ayalew, one of 2014 major duels, photo by PhotoRun.netThe 2014 Continental Cup had some amazing moments of competition in a historic sports country and a fine stadium. Problem was, no one really showed up. RunBlogRun asked Cathal Dennehy to give us ten lessons from Marrakech. Here are the top five!  1) When it comes to Championship races, Ayanleh Souleiman is the man Speed kills; it kills everyone who doesn't have it. That middle-distance dictum was never more in evidence than during the men's 1500m on Saturday, as Djibouti's Ayanleh Souleiman added the…
  • Marrakech Continental Cup: Day Two Round-Up, by Alfons Juck, EME News

    Larry Eder
    15 Sep 2014 | 10:19 am
    Stade de Marrakech, photo courtesy of IAAFHere is the round up from Alfons Juck of EME News on the second day of the second Continental Cup.  Europe clear winnersMARRAKECH (MAR, Sep 14): Europe won the 2nd IAAF Continental Cup with great 447.5 points (prediction 466) ahead of Americas (390 - 409), Africa (339 - 306) and Asia-Pacific (257.5 - 259). During second day before little bit more crowded stadium Europe won half of the events (10), Dawn Harper-Nelson clocked the only one meet record, Americas women (3 Jamaicans and 1 US) the only one world lead at 4x400 m  and shot put star…
  • Marrakech Continental Cup: Caleb Ndiku uses his brains and his fine kick to put his stamp on 2014, by Cathal Dennehy

    Larry Eder
    15 Sep 2014 | 3:37 am
    Caleb Ndiku, Nike Pre Classic, May 31, 2014, photo by PhotoRun.netCaleb Ndiku entertained the fans in the Stade de Marrekech on Sunday night with his battle to the finish, with Ibrahimov, running the last thousand meters in 2:22.96! Caleb Ndiku is the ONLY athlete, male or female, to win World Indoor, Commonwealth Games, Diamond League, and European or African Champs in same year. A pretty amazing year for the young Kenyan distance runner, on the cusp of becoming a major star. Cathal Dennehy caught up with Caleb on Sunday evening, after his mesmerizing victory in Marrekech.
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    Runnergirl Training

  • Peroneal Tendinosis

    runnergirl training
    4 Sep 2014 | 5:01 pm
    Learn about painful leg pain called peroneal tendinosis here.
  • Like A Girl

    runnergirl training
    28 Jun 2014 | 1:14 pm
  • Lymph Massage

    runnergirl training
    15 May 2014 | 3:25 pm
    Check out this video for lymph massage.
  • Tommie Copper Men's Active Fit Shirt Review

    runnergirl training
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:33 pm
    written by runnergirl training This is my friend’s review of the Tommie Copper men’s Active Fit short sleeve crew shirt. It was provided to my friend who wore it running, to the gym, hiking and cycling. He reported it to be a comfortable fit without any chafing or restriction of movement. He said the fabric kept him cool while under direct sunlight and quickly wicked away sweat.This was his first Tommie Copper experience and he is very impressed with the high quality and performance of the product. He recommends it to anyone seeking a performance shirt that really delivers!
  • Tommie Copper Compression Tank Review

    runnergirl training
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:16 pm
    written by runnergirl trainingThis is my review of the Tommie Copper women’s recovery compression tank top. They provided it to me to review. I wore it to play sports, running, gym activity classes, cycling and hiking. It is an impressive performance shirt! The compression is great not too tight and allows for freedom of movement. It is moisture wicking and keeps your skin dry. The fabric is soft & comfortable! I have purchased several Tommie Copper products and I highly recommend this item!
 
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    Team Cross Runs

  • 30 Days: August into September

    Nick Cross
    7 Sep 2014 | 7:13 pm
    August’s Challenge was to take a picture every day.  I wanted it to be something more artistic than just “oh crap I need a picture.” For the most part I feel that I did a pretty good job.  A few of them were definitely last minute, but I did get one every day.  I didn’t always post it on the day I took it, but that only messed me up once.  I like taking pictures, but with two kids it isn’t always easy to go somewhere and just take pictures. It is a little embarrassing to post these mileage totals.  My biking was saved by Powderhorn 24 and I did run a half…
  • 8/31 Costco’s Christmas Creep

    Nick Cross
    7 Sep 2014 | 12:54 pm
    Hard to believe Costco has Christmas and winter gear out before Labor Day. Ugh.
  • 8/30 Lake Calhoun

    Nick Cross
    7 Sep 2014 | 12:52 pm
    The beaches are only this quiet and empty in the mornings!
  • 8/29 Reserved Parking

    Nick Cross
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:10 pm
    My new job has a few perks!
  • 8/28 Greenway Commute

    Nick Cross
    28 Aug 2014 | 8:06 pm
    Today was my last commute down the Greenway. Once I get settled more into my job I’ll start bike commuting along the River Road!
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    japan running news

  • Köln Marathon and Usti nad Labem Half Marathon - Japanese Results

    Brett Larner
    14 Sep 2014 | 3:15 pm
    by Brett Larner Following up on a disappointing showing at last weekend's Great North Run and Prague Grand Prix 10 km, Japan's corporate league runners underwhelmed again at Sunday's Köln Marathon and Usti nad Labem Half Marathon.  In a race won by Kenya's Anthony Maritim in 2:10:26 in Köln, 2:09:18 marathoner Yuko Matsumiya (Team Hitachi Butsuryu), the twin brother of 5000 m and 30 km national
  • Forced to Do Federation 40 km Run Nine Days After Perth Marathon, Kawauchi Furious as Half of National Team Skips it

    Brett Larner
    12 Sep 2014 | 11:18 pm
    http://www.hochi.co.jp/sports/etc/20140910-OHT1T50076.html http://www.hochi.co.jp/sports/etc/20140909-OHT1T50166.html translated and edited by Brett Larner Incheon Asian Games men's marathon team member and civil servant runner Yuki Kawauchi (27, Saitama Pref. Gov't) ran in a 40 km time trial and biometric measurement run in Shibetsu, Hokkaido on Sept. 9 as part of the Marathon National Team's
  • Asian Games Marathon Hayakawa Hoping to "Bring Back Good News"

    Brett Larner
    11 Sep 2014 | 6:29 pm
    http://www.nikkansports.com/sports/asia/2014/news/f-sp-tp0-20140911-1365110.html translated by Brett Larner Sanitary and housing equipment manufacturer Toto held a sendoff meeting Sept. 11 at its offices in Shiodome, Tokyo for company workers to voice their support for Incheon Asian Games women's marathon team member Eri Hayakawa, 32, and other Toto-sponsored athletes.  Three athletes were
  • 'International Distance-Running Greats to Challenge Defending Champions at 2014 TCS New York City Marathon'

    Brett Larner
    10 Sep 2014 | 9:28 am
    Yuki Kawauchi (Saitama Pref. Gov't) and Masato Imai (Team Toyota Kyushu) return to New York this November for the TCS New York City Marathon.  Kawauchi appears with support from JRN. http://www.nyrr.org/media-center/press-releases/international-distance-running-greats-to-challenge-defending-champions-at-2014-tcs-new-york-city-marathon 2014 TCS New York City Marathon Elite Men's Field Wilson
  • Osako Sets 3000 m National Record in Rieti

    Brett Larner
    7 Sep 2014 | 10:53 pm
    by Brett Larner Already on the edge of national records for 3000 m, 2 miles, 5000 m and 10000 m, Suguru Osako (Team Nissin Shokuhin) stepped up in his last race on the summer European circuit, the 3000 m at Italy's Rieti Meeting 2014.  Partially based in the U.S. since graduating from Waseda University this spring, Osako has been training with the Alberto Salazar-coached Nike Oregon Project. 
 
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    Jill Will Run

  • Build Your Running Body [Book Review]

    Jill
    16 Sep 2014 | 9:20 am
    This post (Build Your Running Body [Book Review]) was published on Jill Will Run by Jill This may be it… the definitive running book that covers every aspect of the runner’s body and how to train each area. Build Your Running Body by Pete Magill, Thomas Schwartz, Melissa Breyer Want to know just how complete this is? The book is BIG… 434 pages… divided into 25 chapters, each one covering how to “Build Your… [insert topic here]” to help all distance runners, milers to ultramarathoners. And these chapters are PRECISE. Like “Build Your…
  • Multi Flask

    Jill
    15 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am
    This post (Multi Flask) was published on Jill Will Run by Jill I was sent a Multi Flask by Precidio Design to test and review on the site. I was kind of intrigued by the description so I was willing to give it a go. This newly, launched all-in-one system makes it easy to bring all kinds of healthy drinks on the go — without cluttering up the cabinets with eigth different bottles. Simply enjoy your favorite drinks in one easy to carry bottle. This complete drinking system allows you to create healthy, delicious fruit-infused drinks, power shakes and sports drinks, filtered drinks and all…
  • My Thinning Years [book review]

    Jill
    8 Sep 2014 | 7:15 am
    This post (My Thinning Years [book review]) was published on Jill Will Run by Jill I was given the opportunity to be the first “stop” of a digital book tour for a new book by Jon Derek Croteau called My Thinning Years. The book is about the author’s life, growing up in a household where his father doesn’t accept him and his battle to learn how to accept himself. The subtext of the book is “Starving the Gay Within” – meaning it talks about the author’s struggle to come to grips with his homosexuality and the eating disorder he developed along the…
  • Friday Fête

    Jill
    5 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am
    This post (Friday Fête) was published on Jill Will Run by Jill I have a sore hip flexor. That means there hasn’t been any of this since Tuesday: And that makes me sad. I have read a lot online about this pain and much of the info I see says that it can come from glutes not firing properly. (I could also have a hip fracture or bubonic plague. Because every health search on the internet can lead to the plague.) So I’m stretching and doing more glute strenghtening. In fact, I need to do more strength training in general. I’m sooooooooo bad about implementing it into my life.
  • Parenting: Ultimate fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants

    Jill
    3 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am
    This post (Parenting: Ultimate fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants) was published on Jill Will Run by Jill My kid turned 2 a little bit ago. How did that happen? She’s already two-years-old! I’m so cliched now, time really does fly by! According to her school she’s no longer a toddler… and according to those annoying BabyCenter emails I still regularly get about her development stages, she’s no longer a toddler… she’s a “preschooler”. She’s a lot of fun, she is saying the greatest things. She’s learning Spanish at school… so…
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    The Happy Runner

  • August recap.

    The Happy Runner
    3 Sep 2014 | 6:40 am
    Training got real in August.My long runs were longer and my overall mileage climbed higher than it has been in years. I committed to running more in the morning and that's what I did. I had an awesome race/long run in mid-August and ran some strong workouts. I also had just about the crappiest long run ever -- Sunday's 20-miler.Sure, I got it done. But, man-oh-man if it wasn't hard.I don't know exactly what it was that caused my problems, all I know is that the run did not work for me. I cramped after eating my energy chews and felt like I was going to throw up for most of the rest of the…
  • Yasso 800s in the mix.

    The Happy Runner
    26 Aug 2014 | 5:43 am
    After focusing on marathon goal pace miles for the last few weeks, I decided I would run Yasso 800s yesterday. I wanted to test myself with some speedwork to kick off the week. My plan was to run 8 Yasso 800s, which requires me to run them at my goal marathon time, converted to minutes. So, 3:50-ish (my goal is 3:52).If you're not familiar with Yasso 800s, here's a page that explains how they work. I warmed up for about 3/4 of a mile and then took off running. I ran each 800 with a rest lap in between, where I jogged 400. Here's what my laps looked like:Lap 1: 3:47 Lap 2: 3:45 Lap…
  • Clove Run 10 Mile Race Report.

    The Happy Runner
    18 Aug 2014 | 6:18 am
    Saturday was the day of two runs. My main goal was my 18 mile marathon training run. But it also happened to be the day of the Clove Run, a local 10-mile race that I've run for the past few years. I really enjoy the race and was even the top female finisher back in 2011.This year, I decided to sandwich the race in the middle of my 18-miler. I figured it would be a good opportunity to test out my marathon goal pace over an extended run. Plus, I'd get to run 18 miles in a race atmosphere.I started out by running 2 miles by myself and then hooked up with Elisa and Bridget for a mile. Bridget had…
  • Celebrations!

    The Happy Runner
    12 Aug 2014 | 9:22 am
    We've been doing a bit of celebrating here in Happy Runner-ville.First, Owen and I celebrated our 15th wedding anniversary on Thursday. We had a great day together. We went to Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course during the day and then out for a delicious dinner that evening. Lots of fun!Check out that wobbly bridge behind us! It was way up high -- and way wobbly!Then, on Saturday, we had a surprise 60th birthday party for my aunt at my house. It was a huge success -- she was surprised and so, so happy. Just perfect. Another day of fun!!We took a break from the party to get a group shot of…
  • Going early, going long.

    The Happy Runner
    6 Aug 2014 | 5:44 pm
    Some days, I don't even know who I am.Some days, it seems, I'm an early morning runner. That is not me. Not at all.Except for when I am training for a marathon. In the middle of the summer. Then, apparently, I turn into that strange being that is the early morning runner.And I don't mind it -- mostly. So odd, right?Now, I usually do all of my long runs in the morning and some other runs as well. But when I've done those long runs, they've been at fairly civilized times. 7:30, perhaps. Or 8:00. Times that allow me to sleep until at least 7. Nothing crazy.On Friday, though, I had 16 miles on…
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    Quadrathon

  • Friday Funny

    5 Sep 2014 | 1:13 pm
  • August Summary

    1 Sep 2014 | 12:12 pm
    Summer is drawing to a close, at least from a calendar point of view, there is no break in the weather around here although all things being equal we have had a pretty mild summer! Not surprisingly August became a run focused month with my training for Santa Clarita Marathon, starting on August 4. So the tally for the month went like this; 24 workouts in 28:02:27 for 180.61 miles Run 23 workouts 27:02:28, 161.99 miles…yes, there is no rounding up! Bike 1 workout 59:59, 18.62 miles Obviously a significant bump in run miles, my previous biggest month this year was 91 miles so I am getting…
  • SCM Week 4 (Step Back)

    31 Aug 2014 | 11:28 pm
    This week was a step back. It’s pretty standard practice to build for 2 – 3 weeks and then step back to rest and capitalize on the gains. The fact that it coincided with the kids going back to school and my Birthday was also a bonus and having the extra time during the week was nice. So this is how it shook out; Monday. Off. With the Bulldog 25k on Saturday my Back to Back run was on Sunday Tuesday. 5 miles. Ran this as a pyramid. I am enjoying throwing in some simple speedwork like this and getting my splits into the early 7s is very rewarding Wednesday. 3 miles. Easy run on the…
  • Review; Yurbuds Inspire Pro

    27 Aug 2014 | 5:29 pm
    Kit usually can be categorized into two buckets; stuff you wear (shoes, clothing etc) and stuff you use (water bottles, GPS etc). There are, however, some things that fall into the very thin gray area in between, headphones…to be more specific ear-buds are one of those items. Clearly it’s a thing you use but you need it to fit your body otherwise all end of problems can arise! The folks at Yurbuds hit me up to see if I wanted to try out a pair of Inspire Pro in-the-ear headphones. Becca is a huge fan and has been using them since she picked up a pair at the Portland Marathon in…
  • SCM Week 3

    25 Aug 2014 | 10:08 pm
    This was a big week, last build week before Week 4 which is a step back, it was skewed as it actually was 6 runs when normally I would have 5. That being said I am not having any issues from the volume and hopefully it will remain that way. This is how is broke down. Monday. 5 miles Recovery. Nice and easy around a local loop. Tuesday. Off. Wednesday. 7 miles easy. Should have been 6 but rounded the time up to an hour and hit 7 in total. Thursday. 6 miles easy. Nice and chatty with Becca at 5am. Friday. 5 mile pyramid. Happy with this, was working for sure but pleased to see a low 7 minute…
 
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    Run Eat Repeat

  • The Best Workout Playlist for Fall Sweating

    runeatrepeat
    16 Sep 2014 | 6:16 am
    Hi! How’s it going? Over here it’s 100 degrees. That didn’t stop me from running, it just stopped me from running at a decent pace. This is an egg sandwich. I ate it. (This is some quality writing up in RERland, I hope I get a Pulitzer for this post.) After breakfast I realized I had the worst bloody knee and I rushed to grab my purse and head to the Emergency Room for stitches!!!! I freaked out until I realized it was really Sriracha. True story. And just when I started to get hungry for lunch I got a great delivery… Tina sent me an Edible Arrangement and it made my day!! I’ve…
  • Early Morning / Late Night Running Must Haves

    runeatrepeat
    15 Sep 2014 | 11:54 am
    Hello! How’s it going? I’ve been having bad dreams about cats fighting and breaking glass and it cutting me and all that jazz. It’s less than fantastic. The good news is I am up bright dark and early to run!   But early morning running is DARK. And scary. (Oddly, I’m scared of the dark but not of making a fool of myself on the internet. I should get my priorities straight.) Anyway. On Friday I ran before the sun was up and wore my headlamp. I got some questions on what headlamp I wear to run. This one is actually pretty fancy! I got it as a gift for Christmas and it’s…
  • The Infamous Hummustard Salad Dressing Recipe

    runeatrepeat
    15 Sep 2014 | 7:37 am
      This post brought to you by Sabra Dipping Co, LLC.. All opinions are 100% mine. Years ago I made hummustard salad dressing for the first time. It’s name gives away 90% of the ‘secret’ recipe = hummus + mustard. Oh, hummustard. Just like me, it’s not fancy. And also like me it’s kinda orange. And like me it’s changed over the years as I’ve gotten older and wiser and more aggressive with the Sriracha. But the OG version was a take on honey mustard salad dressing and that’s what I have for you today – a sweet, creamy honey mustard style dressing that’s super easy to…
  • Liquid Diet of Purple Drink

    runeatrepeat
    14 Sep 2014 | 4:48 pm
    Hello! How was your weekend? Mine was full of relaxing and eatin’ – I needed that. It also included running Saturday morning. And catching up with my best friend Saturday night Aaand discovering this ridiculous drink Viniq. It’s shimmery and purple and tastes good straight… which means it’s probably wildly dangerous because it goes down so smooth. Technically this isn’t Purple Drank, but Cin kept calling it that and I randomly found it hysterical. It tastes like a flat grape soda kinda sorta in a way. I hear you can make fancy mixed drinks with it, but we tried it straight up. I…
  • My Favorite Things From the Week

    runeatrepeat
    12 Sep 2014 | 6:33 pm
    Hi! I’m just over here Googling “how to cut your bangs” so if you don’t see any selfies for a while you know I did a hack job.   Except it’s more like this:   Now it’s time for my FAVORITE things from the week: My new-and-not-improved-but-really-cheap flower earrings from Charlotte Russe. Italian Love Affair by OPI I get pink nail polish 92% of the time, but I usually don’t get the exact same color over and over. But the last few times I’ve been getting Italian Love Affair. It’s my new fave, bubble gum pink with a much cooler name. Amber Romance Body Butter I used…
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    IronBrandon Show

  • Instagram #picoftheday ironbrandonshow 2014-09-16 15:31:52

    info@ironbrandon.com (Brandon Wood)
    16 Sep 2014 | 8:51 am
    Morning review filming up on Rabbit Mountain. #gearist #comingsoon #colorado If you liked this post...Instagram #picoftheday ironbrandonshow 2014-06-28 02:33:57Instagram #picoftheday ironbrandonshow... IronBrandon is dedicated to triathlon, running, cycling, swimming and the people who get out and do it...
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    info@ironbrandon.com (Brandon Wood)
    10 Sep 2014 | 9:51 pm
    If you like beer and pumpkin pie and also beer, you need this in your face. #yum #beer #beerrunner #delish #delicious #pumpking #autumn If you liked this post...Instagram #picoftheday... IronBrandon is dedicated to triathlon, running, cycling, swimming and the people who get out and do it...
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    info@ironbrandon.com (Brandon Wood)
    9 Sep 2014 | 3:53 pm
    Well, I guess if you’re going to lose a CR on @stravarun there are plenty worse people to lose it to than @sagecanaday! #running #boulder #colorado #stravaproveit If you liked this... IronBrandon is dedicated to triathlon, running, cycling, swimming and the people who get out and do it...
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    info@ironbrandon.com (Brandon Wood)
    7 Sep 2014 | 7:51 pm
    105 very salty and sweaty miles in the bag. #triathlon #imchoo #cycling #htfu If you liked this post...Instagram #picoftheday ironbrandonshow 2014-07-26 23:30:46Instagram #picoftheday... IronBrandon is dedicated to triathlon, running, cycling, swimming and the people who get out and do it...
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    info@ironbrandon.com (Brandon Wood)
    4 Sep 2014 | 4:21 pm
    “Get some zucchini” she said. Ok. #food If you liked this post...Instagram #picoftheday ironbrandonshow 2014-07-16 23:07:48Instagram #picoftheday ironbrandonshow 2014-06-25... IronBrandon is dedicated to triathlon, running, cycling, swimming and the people who get out and do it...
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    Midwest Multisport Life - An Endurance Blog

  • The North Face Endurance Challenge Wisconsin 2014

    16 Sep 2014 | 6:06 am
    And we're back! What a weekend of fun we had at The North Face Endurance Challenge Wisconsin 2014, more colloquially known as ECSWI. Friday we picked up the RV and headed over to the campground at Ottawa Lake Recreation Area, a beautiful location for this weekend of trail races. While we love tent camping, there are definite advantages to the RV: heat or AC, a fan for white noise, an actual (sort-of) kitchen, and beds rather than cots or sleeping pads. If only it weren't so expensive compared to tent camping - still, it's a nice treat once a year or so and the perfect way to spend this…
  • Geocaching: Michelin’s Quest for Adventure Contest

    11 Sep 2014 | 4:45 am
    The “Michelin’s Quest for Adventure” contest (which began September 8th) is being conducted with Geocaching—the world’s largest location-based activity. The Michelin geocaching contest will award prizes to individuals who find one of nearly 1,500 Michelin Man tire pressure gauges hidden across the United States and who then share the most creative, adventure-inspired photo on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the campaign’s hashtag #MichelinQuest.In the first phase of the contest, geocachers will voluntarily distribute the 1,500 Michelin Man tire gauge trackables throughout the…
  • MAF Training Week 1 1/2

    10 Sep 2014 | 5:03 am
    It's been a real pleasure to start running again. Starting up again, I knew I wanted to limit my runs to 3-4 times a week, so I wouldn't overdo it, and I knew I would follow the Maffetone Method of heart rate training, since it had been successful for me in the past.  Not that it's been easy, especially damping down my ego and walking when I exceed my heart rate, which has been a lot! I've been trying to include as much as trail running as well, because it's really where my heart lies, so that's an added bonus - nothing like a run/walk in the woods to start off a day right.Even…
  • The North Face Endurance Challenge Wisconsin This Weekend!

    9 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Hard to believe next weekend is the The North Face Endurance Challenge in Wisconsin - this is one of my favorite events to do, not just for the awesomely run events, but that we make a whole family weekend of it. It's been a few years since we last did it, but the whole family still remembers RV camping, running, and spending 3 days at the campground with fond memories. This year Tazer and Gaigai will run their first races there (we don't count the Karno's Kids runs, as they are so short) - the 5K should be a lot of fun, though I doubt if the kids will wait for me so we can run together. Oh…
  • Recommended Reads: The Great Outdoors

    4 Sep 2014 | 5:02 am
    I'm a huge fan of mysteries and the great outdoors, so it's always good to find a combination of the two. Since I live in an area that is pretty much completely removed from true wilderness, escapist time via a good mystery novel set in the outdoors is a favorite for me. Even better is a series of novels that take place somewhere remote. I've recently been reading 2 series that fall neatly into this category, written very well and open a window to worlds I rarely see. Mike Bowditch (Paul Doiron's protagonist) is the sometime-Maine Game Warden who, while wrestling with his past, his job, and…
 
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    Women's Endurance Gear - Family, Fitness and Food

  • Finished My First Marathon

    16 Sep 2014 | 3:51 am
    Completed my first marathon!!
  • Final Marathon Preparation

    12 Sep 2014 | 10:12 am
    I'm both nervous and excited for my first marathon -- tomorrow!  In preparation for any marathon, here are some final tips...Set two goals. Review your training and set one goal for a good race day, and another as a backup plan in case it's hot or windy or you're just not feeling great.See success. On several nights before going to bed, or first thing in the morning, visualize yourself crossing the finish line as the clock shows a new personal best.Chill out. Reduce the outside stresses in your life as much as possible the last week.Carbo-load, don't fat-load. During the last three days,…
  • The North Face Endurance Challenge - Wisconsin

    9 Sep 2014 | 3:46 am
    The North Face Endurance ChallengeIf you're looking for something to do this weekend - check out the North Face Endurance Challenge in Madison, WI!  They have everything from kids races to ultras.  Super well run, beautiful location and with promo code D30LPWI (all caps), you receive 15% any distance. Looking to do some trail racing this weekend?  Check out the North Face Endurance Challenge  -  Madison, WI use D30LPWI (all caps) for 15% off any distanceLike Women's Endurance Gear on Facebook
  • Three Things Thursday

    4 Sep 2014 | 7:52 am
    Little A after his first day of preschoolLittle A was excited to go to preschool today -- I'm so happy, this is a big change from last year!  Goes to show that each child develops on their own schedule.  With him being the youngest of four and last for us, I was in no hurry to put him in a true structured preschool.  Glad we didn't push it...it's so difficult when the teachers have to pry a child away from you:(Trying to build up my mental endurance...I was contemplating dropping down from marathon to the half or relay for next weekend.  Luckily someone with a lot of…
  • Midweek Motivation - Endurance

    3 Sep 2014 | 5:32 am
    Come what may, bad fortune is to be conquered by endurance.~VirgilIn other words - suck it up buttercup! :)Like Women's Endurance Gear on Facebook
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    Dirty Running

  • One Epic Summer

    Dax Ross
    2 Sep 2014 | 4:23 pm
    A year ago, this week, I hiked and ran through the Sierras on the John Muir Trail, and I'm sure that I used the word epic more than once. It felt like every time I took my camera out, that I was taking a picture of something epic, and each night when I wrote in my journal, I wrote about something that I considered epic. That word has become overused, and has lost a lot of its meaning. When I think about the John Muir Trail now, and what I was doing a year ago, it was really just a lot of slow walking and some light jogging through some amazing scenery. There were some difficult passes at high…
  • Lazy Parenting

    Dax Ross
    13 Jun 2014 | 6:17 pm
    I want to preface this by saying I’m not the best dad. I’m not the worst dad, either (that honor belongs to this guy), and I feel that I do get it right occasionally, but I’m not looking to show off about what a great dad I am. In fact, I already messed up pretty bad today.My wife took the Jeep in to get the oil changed (which ended up being a $500 trip for changing all the fluids and an engine tune-up…I’m sure glad they sent us that $24 oil change coupon). So, she’s asking for a loaner car from the dealership and she texts me, but I didn’t know that my 12-year old daughter was…
  • Scorched Earth

    Dax Ross
    19 May 2014 | 5:58 pm
    We moved to San Elijo Hills in 2005. At the time, I was training for triathlons and just starting to get into trail running. One of the things that drew me to the area was the extensive trail network. I started with the wide, manicured paths that led to the schools and grocery store, then as the distances grew, I became more adventurous, covering more trail miles and discovering an amazing network of beautiful trails surrounding our dense suburban neighborhood. The wilderness was outside my door, and it became my playground.Early fires on Double PeakIt has been a particularly dry year in…
  • Leona Divide 50K

    Dax Ross
    5 May 2014 | 2:05 pm
    It's been a long time since I last raced. I'm pretty sure that the the ill-fated 2013 Miwok 100K was the last time I pinned a freshly crumpled race bib to my shorts. I hadn't signed up for any races this year, but thanks to my friend Chris, who won an entry to the Leona Divide 50K at a charity auction and somewhat uncharitably donated the entry to me, I was racing whether I liked it or not. Chris, by the way, ran the 50 miler and had a great race. He ran right through the finish line and kept going, running into some chairs and a couple of helpful bystanders.I was very happy with my training…
  • Spirit Animal

    Dax Ross
    29 Apr 2014 | 10:25 am
    It’s not uncommon that I see a coyote during a run, but it’s still infrequent enough that I get excited when I see one. I usually see them trotting in the other direction, nonchalant, having already seen or heard my heavy footsteps, not sprinting off scared, more of a saunter, an “I’m faster than you, and I don’t want to be too close, but I don’t need to run very fast either” retreat. I’ll watch as they disappear into the bushes. And even though it takes seconds for me to run to where the coyote left the trail, and the brush isn't very thick, I usually can’t see them, as if…
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    Miss Zippy

  • Be a butter burner

    MissZippy
    14 Sep 2014 | 10:10 pm
    Gels have their place, but not a big one for me When I went to the Healthy Running seminar a couple of weeks ago, Dr. Mark Cucuzzella talked to us about the difference in being a “butter burner” or a “bagel burner.” His point being that many runners don’t train their aerobic system to the extent that they should and thus can’t effectively “burn the butter” for fuel. In other words, for endurance events, it’s very useful to have an aerobic base that utilizes mostly fat for fuel. Why do we want to be butter burners? Because we all have…
  • The deception workout

    MissZippy
    9 Sep 2014 | 9:56 pm
    Do you think you’ve got one more interval? Early every Tuesday morning in the spring and into summer, I was swimming with a coached triathlon group–kind of like master’s only it’s just freestyle, which is exactly how I like it. Our coach, Liz Flynn, never told us the workout in advance. Nor did she write it up on the white board like most swim coaches. Instead, she verbally handed it out to us in sets. At the beginning of these sessions, we would split the workout about 50/50 between drills and the actual main set. As we progressed, however, the drills became a…
  • Marvelous in my Monday

    MissZippy
    7 Sep 2014 | 9:52 pm
    Stealing a page from Angela at Happy Fit Mama, I’m going to share all that’s marvelous about my Monday. First, can I tell you a little secret? I actually love Mondays. It’s my rest day, I get a nice, quiet house all to myself, and I just hammer at work so that I have a great start to the week. Am I the only one who is a Monday fan? Let me tell you what’s marvelous today: I ran 42 miles last week, first time over that 40-mile threshold in eons. And I’m feeling great. I ran a 5k with my daughter yesterday. While her race was not her most marvelous (Ok, she was…
  • Icebreaker New Zealand review

    MissZippy
    4 Sep 2014 | 10:46 pm
    I’ve probably mentioned before that I tend to run on the hot end of the spectrum–as in, I get hot easily out there running. I’ll never be the most bundled up runner on a cold day and I’ll probably be the first into shorts and a singlet each spring. I just plain old overheat easily. So wool hasn’t been a part of my wardrobe, whether it be for running gear or day-to-day wear, in quite some time. I’m learning, however, that some wool has come a long way. Icebreaker New Zealand recently sent me some merino wool pieces to try. I looked over the web site, read…
  • Healthy running seminar

    MissZippy
    1 Sep 2014 | 10:21 pm
    Mark Cucuzzella, Trent Nessler and Ian Adamson (l to r), our knowledgable instructors If I could wave a magic wand, I would take all the runners I know, virtually and in real life, to the next Healthy Running seminar, directed by Mark Cucuzzella, MD, and Ian Adamson. These guys are overflowing with knowledge, have the research to back it up, and yet are incredibly open-minded and eager to continue their learning as well. And I got to spend the day with them and a room full of very smart people on Saturday, increasing my knowledge base as a runner, writer and coach. I have so much I want to…
 
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    notorias

  • Keeping Your Kids Active and Save During the Summer

    redclamz
    22 Aug 2014 | 2:03 pm
    School’s still out for your kids right now, are they enjoying their summer? We’ve all seen the commercials encouraging the children to go outside and play, but some kids just don’t want to deal with the unbearable summer heat. As [...]
  • Summer Hydration

    redclamz
    20 Aug 2014 | 2:02 pm
    When it comes to summer, you always have to worry about keeping yourself nice and hydrated. After all, our bodies do consist of 75% water, right? Even though we know that our bodies need that life sustaining water, we sometimes [...]
  • A Warning on Dietary Supplements

    redclamz
    18 Aug 2014 | 2:01 pm
    So I was watching Last Week Tonight with John Oliver last night and I saw his episode about Doctor Oz. Now I don’t know if you know this guy, but Doctor Oz is a guy who host’s a TV show [...]
  • Want Something Sweet and Good for your Health? CHECK THIS OUT!

    redclamz
    17 Aug 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Super foods are seriously one of the best things you can eat with all the crazy nutritional content a significant amount of these foods have. However, are there sweet foods out there that are essentially “sweet super foods”? Can we [...]
  • Elevation Training

    redclamz
    14 Aug 2014 | 9:49 am
      Elevation training might be intimidating to a lot of up and coming fitness enthusiasts and runners, but LA has some pretty relaxing and forgiving trails for runners of all kinds. The most well known place for its trails is Griffith [...]
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    Strength Running

  • 3 Lessons Learned From Running in the Mile High City (and trail photos to make you drool)

    Jason Fitzgerald
    11 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    Many of you know that I moved to Denver, Colorado this summer with my family. We’re in the heart of the city and loving it. But last May, I visited for three weeks and explored the city (read: breweries), getting to know Denver’s vibe and trying to decide if it was a place I wanted to live. Well, […]
  • What advice would you give a new runner about running injuries?

    Jason Fitzgerald
    8 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    Let’s talk about your support network. Do you have one? Do you have an inner circle of trusted runners you can reach out to for advice? I’ve been fortunate to have had hundreds of teammates over my 8-year career running cross country and track in high school and college. And over those years, I had over TEN […]
  • 50 Quotes to Inspire You to Run Down Your Dreams (new ebook!)

    Jason Fitzgerald
    3 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    I started Strength Running in 2010 to share my passion, expertise, and love of running with the world. For over four years, SR has grown in leaps and bounds and I’m thrilled that today I can help tens of thousands of runners get stronger, stay healthy, and race faster. But even though I’ve coached thousands […]
  • Fresh Foam, Fresh Feel: The New Balance 980 Trail Shoe Review

    Jason Fitzgerald
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    Earlier this year I mentioned that New Balance running shoes never resonated with me. But now, I’m loving them. First it was the New Balance 1400 (I’ve since bought another pair). And now it’s the Fresh Foam 980 Trail. NB is making waves in the running industry by finally making shoes that runners actually love. […]
  • Are Hill Sprints a Secret Weapon for Injury Prevention and Speed?

    Jason Fitzgerald
    25 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    How many of us sprint on a regular basis? My guess: only a tiny minority of runners ever sprint. It’s important to understand the definition of the word sprint: it’s to run as fast as you can. It’s a maximum effort, at maximum intensity, with 100% power. It’s as fast as you can possibly go. But most […]
 
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    No Meat Athlete

  • Who’s that in the ‘Vegan’ Socks on the Cover of Runner’s World?

    matt@nomeatathlete.com (Matt Frazier and Ben Benulis)
    12 Sep 2014 | 6:59 am
    When Runner’s World redesigned their magazine starting with this month’s issue, their stated goal was to have the magazine fit better into every runner’s world. I’ll go ahead and speak for our crowd on this one, and say they’ve already hit a home run — in the form of two knee-high socks boasting “VEGAN” right on the cover (not to mention another instance of “vegan” in reference to the recipes). But it gets better. On page 23, there’s a full-page feature on Micah Risk, the cover model — a 29-year-old mom, November Project…
  • My New Food Experiment: The 80/10/10 Fruitarian Diet

    matt@nomeatathlete.com (Matt Frazier and Ben Benulis)
    8 Sep 2014 | 6:03 am
    Last week in the NMA newsletter, I promised to start publishing more frequent podcast episodes — and for the first time ever (I think), here’s our second episode within a week! We’re shooting for 1-2 episodes per week now, and I may decide not to post all of them to the blog like this. So if you want to make sure you’re notified whenever there’s a new episode of NMA Radio, subscribe in iTunes. (And if you’d like to leave a nice review while you’re there, I’d really appreciate it.) In this new episode, we talk a lot about fruit. First, the…
  • How to Do the Impossible, with Joel Runyon

    matt@nomeatathlete.com (Matt Frazier and Ben Benulis)
    3 Sep 2014 | 6:20 am
    After graduating from college, Joel Runyon couldn’t get a job. Not at Starbucks, not at Caribou Coffee, not at Target. He also wasn’t an athlete, and had never run a 5K. Just five years later, he’s actually spoken at the headquarters of Target, one of the very companies that wouldn’t hire him. He’s spoken at TEDx, done a half Ironman, run an ultramarathon, raised $25,000 to build a school in Guatemala, and traveled the world. Joel now doesn’t need a job, because he makes a living documenting his perpetual quest to do the impossible and helping tens of…
  • 7 Tips for Getting Your Kids to Eat as Well as You Do

    matt@nomeatathlete.com (Matt Frazier and Ben Benulis)
    21 Aug 2014 | 11:26 am
    Note from Matt: I’m at the Woodstock Fruit Festival, eating nothing but raw fruit and vegetables for a week and doing all sorts of fun stuff, from high ropes and lake swimming to listening to talks by Mike Arnstein, Tim Van Orden, and Dr. Doug Graham (I’m actually listening to him give a food prep demo right this minute). It’s been a great experience, not just for me and my wife but for our kids, who at ages 4 and 1 are getting the chance to try all kinds of exotic fruits like lychee, durian, longans, and dragon fruit. In that spirit, I invited my friend Sid Garza-Hillman to…
  • Meal Planning Tips for the Busy Athlete, with YumUniverse’s Heather Crosby

    matt@nomeatathlete.com (Matt Frazier and Ben Benulis)
    6 Aug 2014 | 7:49 am
    Heather Crosby, creator of YumUniverse and author of the upcoming book by the same name, knows a thing or two about creating a healthy lifestyle. At first glance, YumUniverse is beautiful and artsy and obviously focused on healthy, plant-based, gluten-free, whole food. But dig a little deeper, and you’ll discover that Heather has the same fascination with habit-change that I do, and she incorporates those critical concepts into her recommendations for meal planning or getting started with a plant-based diet. Heather was our guest expert in the No Meat Athlete Academy last month, and…
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    The Run Commuter

  • 2014 International Survey of Run Commuters!

    Josh
    2 Sep 2014 | 6:43 am
    Ever want to know how many people are run commuters? How far they run? Which city or country has the most people who run to work? We’d like to know, too! Please help us learn more about the run commuting world by taking part in the first International Survey of Run Commuters! The survey will be open until September 30th, 2014 and we will publish the results on The Run Commuter in late-October. Note: You don’t have to be a run commuter to take part. This survey is open to current and former run commuters, as well as anyone who is interested in run commuting.
  • Corridaamiga Founder Sylvia Cruz on Brazil’s “Friendly Running” Initiative

    Josh
    19 Aug 2014 | 6:15 am
    We’re very excited to introduce you to Sylvia Cruz, an inspiring run commuter and passionate active transportation advocate from São Paulo, Brazil. The 29-year-old environmental manager only began running three years ago, but it had a major impact on how she sees the cityand interacts with others around her. Further, it inspired her to educate and encourage others to join the ranks of those who not only run, but run as a form of urban mobility. She started Corridaamiga, or “running friends,” as a way to connect experienced run commuters with those interested in using running to…
  • The New Run Commuters – August 2014

    Josh
    15 Aug 2014 | 12:25 pm
    Here we are again and summer is nearly over. Wouldn’t fall be a great time to start run commuting? Give it a shot and send a brief email to info@theruncommuter.com telling us about yourself and your commute, and we’ll feature your story on The Run Commuter. This month, we are featuring New Run Commuters Patrick Benko and Megan Allore. Patrick run commutes through Washington D.C. and documents the daily sights around the capital on Instagram.  Megan started run commuting to keep herself race-ready in between events, and enjoys the community…
  • Save the nips: Red11 Sport anti-chafe salve review

    Kyle
    6 Aug 2014 | 2:28 pm
    I, like so many, have since my first tentative steps as a runner dreaded this happening to me. During an out-and-back segment of my first ultra, 24-ish miles into a grueling 50K, a runner in the opposite direction had upon his face not fatigue but wide-eyed fear mingled with agony. I understood why. Upon his white shirt: twin red streams trailing toward his waistband. And he had six more miles to go. Bloody nipples. Nipple chafe (clinically: nipple fissures). Hell, chafe in general, as Meghann writes, in any of the body’s geography. Every runner harbors this terror in the heart and the…
  • The Run Commuter’s bundle of joy

    Kyle
    4 Aug 2014 | 8:47 am
    Welcome Wyatt J Woiderski to this wide, wonderful world, and congratulations to Rebecca and Josh on what we’re all certain will be another rad kid! Closer to home, this means Josh will for a short while take a back seat at The Run Commuter, as he tends to his ever-expanding stable of sons, and consoles Rebecca for having to dwell in Fort Sausage Fest. It also means Hall and I will be stepping up to take on Josh’s usual duties at the site, so you can expect a good deal more salty language. Will this papoose fit in a run commuting pack??   The post The Run Commuter’s…
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    RunnerDude's Blog

  • Find Your Marathon Moxie

    1 Sep 2014 | 5:44 am
    If you're training for a fall marathon then many of you are now about halfway or a little over half-way into your training. Many of you are feeling some doubts about your training. Yep, you are not alone.Runners are a warm, caring, sharing group, but often when we begin to feel doubt about our abilities, we hold this info within. So, know you are not alone. Others are feeling the same doubts and lack of confidence.Also know, this is common. We are often our own worst enemies. Training is tough. It's a huge time commitment. It's a lot of wear and tear on your body and mind. About half-way…
  • Celebrate the Small Gains

    21 Aug 2014 | 6:07 am
    Sometimes we get so caught up in the Big Picture that we forget to celebrate the small gains. It's the small weekly gains in your training that are the building blocks to that big picture. Celebrate the day you get up that big hill and you realize you're not winded. Celebrate the day you inch down a little more in your tempo run training pace range. Celebrate the day you make it to your tempo pace range. Celebrate the day you go past the longest distance you've run in your training plan. Celebrate the day you wake up and you're not sore. Celebrate the day you add a weekly core workout to…
  • Revel Rockies Giveaway

    4 Aug 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Want to run the Rockies? You're in luck here's your chance to win a free entry to the Revel RockiesMarathon taking place August 17, 2014.The Revel Rockies Marathon is incredibly fast and remarkably beautiful road race takes runners from the forests and canyons of the Rocky Mountains to the foothills of Denver. Featuring a perfectly smooth downhill slope and spectacular scenery, this race will be sure to help you set your PR and finally hit that Boston Qualifying time. REVEL in speed. REVEL in beauty. REVEL in the Rockies.Act quick!
  • Avoiding the Woe-Is-Me Vortex

    4 Aug 2014 | 12:44 pm
    Interesting observation....last night when I was around mile 8 in a 13-mile run, I really began to fatigue. I was feeling every foot landing as if my feet were cement blocks. So, I began to coach myself telling myself what I tell my runners... to look up and out, not down. Engage your core. Shoulders back. Work the lean.While looking up, I noticed some thick fancy concrete posts with wrought iron fence in between the posts that line the front of a swanky neighborhood on the route I was running.  I was curious. How many posts were there? Funny what you think of when delirium kicks in. I…
  • Pick the Best Bar for the Length of Your Run

    1 Aug 2014 | 7:03 am
    In a rush before a run? Need to eat, but don't have time to make something? Creating your own snacks is always best because you know exactly what's going into your body, but sometimes convenience trumps best practice. Best to get in some prepackaged nutrition to support your run than no nutrition at all. But which prepackaged foods are best for your different types of runs?Below are some suggestions for prepackaged foods such as energy and protein bars wafers, waffles, and crackers. The foods are sorted by caloric needs based on the length of your run. These are not the only options for each…
 
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    Runblogger

  • Salomon 2015 Shoe Previews: S-Lab Sense Ultra 4 and S-Lab X-Series

    Peter Larson
    16 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    Next up in the 2015 running shoe preview series via Runningshoes.com is Salomon. The two shoes we’ll take a look at here are the S-Lab Sense Ultra 4 and the S-Lab X-series. Salomon S-Lab Sense 4 Ultra I just recently reviewed the Salomon Sense 3 Ultra - one of my favorite shoes of the year so far. Light and fast, like a racing flat for the trails. Looks like the Sense 4 Ultra will have a more breathable mesh on the upper (breathability was one of my few complaints about the 3), and an updated lug design. Salomon S-Lab X-Series The X-Series is is basically an adaptation of the Salomon…
  • adidas Adios Boost 2 Review: Same Great Ride, Different Fit

    Peter Larson
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    The Adios is adidas’ distance racing flat. It’s a shoe that can be found on the feet of many of the top elite adidas sponsored marathoners, and last year they released a version with a midsole composed of their recently introduced Boost material. I’d heard a lot of positive praise for the shoe from friends, and despite the fact that it had a higher drop than I typically prefer in a speed shoe (10mm), I wound up loving the ride. In fact, along with the New Balance 1400v2 and Newton Energy, the Adios Boost was one of my top 3 road shoes from 2013. The Adios Boost had a perfect combo of a…
  • This Week in Runblogging: September 8 to 14 2014

    Peter Larson
    14 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    I finally wrote up my review of the Hoka Clifton this week, and I have to say that the experience of running in the shoe was an interesting and thought provoking one. Even if the shoe wasn’t the best match for me, it’s one to look at if you want a lightweight shoe with max cush. Fits me much better than other Hokas I’ve tried on, and the rockered sole makes for a unique ride There’s also been a lot of commentary on my post about the just-announced Apple Sport Watch – the lack of integrated GPS makes the watch less desirable for me as a fitness device, but as a devoted iPhone user I…
  • Tips on Running Safety For Women

    Austin Bonds
    11 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    by Austin Bonds I’ve come to the realization that running safety can be easily neglected in the middle of a great run. The weather feels fantastic, the feet are moving swiftly across the sidewalk, and the beat of a favorite song is pulsing through the ears. We run and we return home – it should be as simple as that. Sadly, this is not always the case. As a resident of Georgia, I recently read about Tina Waddell, a runner who was brutally beaten on the Silver Comet Trail (which runs from Georgia to Alabama). As of this writing, the suspect has not been located; no motive is known…
  • Biggest Drawback of the Apple Sport Watch For Runners: No On-Board GPS

    Peter Larson
    10 Sep 2014 | 8:28 am
    The big news yesterday was Apple’s announcement of two new iPhones as well as the Apple Watch. Like most people, I’ve been eagerly anticipating the announcement of the Watch since rumors have consistently hinted at a slew of fitness-related features. Done well, the watch had the potential to be a game changer in the fitness tracking market. I’ve spent the morning reading through a lot of the press about the Watch release. In many ways Apple did not disappoint – the Watch in general has a ton of interesting features, and on the fitness front it has a built in optical…
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  • 4 reasons long runs go bad

    WalkJogRun
    16 Sep 2014 | 6:45 am
    When I’m headed out for a long run, there’s one item I won’t leave home without: my phone. And not just because I need to use the WalkJogRun app. I always carry my phone because I may bonk, get heat exhaustion, cramp up, or run out of fuel and need to call my husband to […]
  • Don’t be too busy to run: tips for fitting it all in this fall

    WalkJogRun
    14 Sep 2014 | 11:54 pm
    The lazy days of summer are nearly over. School has started back up. Lives feel more hectic and busy, and daylight hours are continually shrinking. Here are some tips for those of us with to-do lists a mile long and those who need a little extra prodding. Wake-up earlier Setting your alarm clock an hour earlier […]
  • Take your running up a notch this fall

    WalkJogRun
    12 Sep 2014 | 7:54 am
    Summer vacations are over and the kids are back in school. A sense of normalcy has returned, and many of us are eager to get back into our running routines as well. But why not kick your old running routine up a notch? Thanks to cooler temperatures, fall is the perfect time to take your […]
  • Childcare options during races

    WalkJogRun
    10 Sep 2014 | 11:56 pm
    One of the things I love most about my husband is he loves to run and race as much as I do. In our 20s, we spent many weekends at road races and triathlons. We usually participated in the same races. It was a lot of fun having someone to “train” with – we didn’t […]
  • Running on a budget, part II

    WalkJogRun
    10 Sep 2014 | 11:03 pm
    My very first article for this blog was all about running on a budget. Well, it’s been more than a year – and I have even more tips for you frugally minded walkers and runners. The best thing about our sport is that we can do it pretty much anywhere, any time, and with minimal equipment. Still, the […]
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  • My Knee Hurts

    15 Sep 2014 | 3:07 pm
    Well, crap. You know how people tell you, “running ruins your knees,” and you scoff at them and tell them to shut the eff up (in your head of course)? I have a personal story for you. It is short and not very sweet. At the end of the 5K Color Me Rad run on Saturday I felt pain in the front of my left knee. I ignored it because runners know that pains come and go all of the time and unless it recurs, it usually just disappears, kind of like socks in the dryer or stomach pain after a good fart. (One note about the color run no one tells you. You will be blowing black/brown snot out of your…
  • From Bob Harper to Brownie Bowls: 8 Things I’m Loving Right Now

    11 Sep 2014 | 4:39 pm
    Here is the post where I share with you some things that caught my attention this week. Simple things - running and not - that make me happy. You may or may not care. 1. This free library. Do you all have these in your town, or is Longmont just a superior-ass city? Basically, a home owner can set up this little book house in front of their home. Others can come to take and leave books as they please. You all know I love the library, so I am REALLY loving this new fixture on our street. And, you don’t need a card. And, there are no late fees. 2. This bread. I will admit that the only reason…
  • Giveaway! Color Me Rad Denver Race Entry (x4)

    9 Sep 2014 | 5:21 pm
    Confession: I’ve never done a color run. I didn’t even really know what one was. Then I spied on my daughter’s summer bucket list and guess what showed up? (She never did sleep on the trampoline, by the way. And, now we sold it). I have since learned that a color run is where the runner gets blasted with color bombs while they run. The Color Me Rad people’s catch phrase says it all: When the Denver Color Me Rad people asked if I wanted to join in the fun on September 14, I was all over it, but only if I could bring Emma and her best friend. Another cool thing about this race is that a…
  • Weekend Realizations

    8 Sep 2014 | 4:34 pm
    Pictures tell a story way better than my writing (well, guess it depends on the story – if I’m writing about poop or bodily fluids, better to use words). So, here are some scenes from our weekend in Richmond where we participated in the very special Speak Up 5K. We flew Southwest. I took this picture over Atlanta. If I didn’t make so much money blogging, I’d be a professional photographer (with my iPhone of course). The part about making so much money blogging was a really, really major joke. So is the part about being a photographer. I like Southwest because I like free baggage check…
  • Where I’ll Be This Weekend

    3 Sep 2014 | 3:57 pm
    Tomorrow Ken and I are heading east to Richmond, Virginia to participate in the Speak Up 5K run. Erika is going too, but a puking stomach bug has delayed her departure for a day. Boo. You may remember that on March 16, 2014 Cameron Gallagher, age 16, died at the finish line of the Shamrock Half Marathon in Virginia Beach. She had a heart condition that had not been previously identified. Mile 6 of the race Cameron was the niece of my dear friend Clair. This has been a tremendous loss for the family as well as the community as a whole. Prior to her death, Cameron struggled with teenage…
 
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    Runners Connect

  • The 4 Mistakes You’re Making When Foam Rolling (and How to Fix Them)

    Coach Jeff
    15 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    I can still remember a time when foam rollers were the latest novelty in training rooms across the country. Using one in public usually got you quite a few stares. Nowadays, foam rollers can be found almost everywhere you look – gyms, physical therapy clinics and on the living room floors of most runners I know. And that’s great because, unlike many training fads, foam rollers actually work! Plus, as they become more ubiquitous, new runners are introduced to the awesomeness of foam rollers every day. However, just like any other effective training or recovery tool, it is possible to use…
  • The 2 Simple Reasons Your Easy Days are Ruining Your Training

    Sarah Crouch
    11 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    One of the simplest concepts of successful long distance running also seems to be one of the hardest for many runners to grasp. Running easy helps you race faster! If you are invested in your running, it is important to run with a purpose each and every time you step out the door, even on easy days. In this article, we’ll look at the purpose of different types of workouts, how easy runs fit into the training puzzle, and why keeping them slow is essential to staying injury-free and running faster. The purpose of each of type of run Long runs Long runs help you to reap specific benefits…
  • Can Altitude Masks Really Replicate Altitude Training?

    John Davis
    8 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    Wouldn’t it be great to get the benefits of living and training at altitude without having to uproot your entire life? One way to do that is with an altitude tent, which uses compressed nitrogen gas to thin the oxygen in the air to replicate high-altitude living in a tent-like shroud around your bed. Aside from the obvious drawbacks of a claustrophobia-inducing plastic canopy, altitude tents are also extremely costly—upwards of $10,000 for some models. So unless you’re a pro runner with a big contract from a shoe company, tents are out of the question too. But recently,…
  • How Donating Blood Impacts Your Training and Racing (And 4 Strategies to Mitigate the Impact)

    John Davis
    2 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    There’s not much that’s more essential to your running (and your life) than your blood. The more oxygen-carrying power your blood has, the faster you can run. Without enough oxygen, your body is quickly plunged into acidosis, the deep burning sensation in your legs that you feel at the end of a race or a hard workout. Doing anything that would decrease your body’s oxygen-carrying potential would be crazy right? Well, maybe not if it can save somebody’s life. Donating blood is an admirable endeavor—according to the American Red Cross, over 41,000 blood donations are…
  • The Importance of Setting the Right Race Time Goal (and How to Find Yours)

    Coach Jeff
    25 Aug 2014 | 3:00 am
    You’ve picked out the race, booked your hotel, and confirmed your flights. Everything is ready to go for your next big race. Now it’s time to set a time goal so you can get training! If you’re like most runners I coach, picking your goal time is a somewhat arbitrary process. Usually you pick a goal designed to get you under some barrier like two hours for the half marathon, four hours for the marathon – or to qualify for a specific race (Boston being the most common). While this seems reasonable – after all, how critical can selecting a goal time be – I believe setting a time goal…
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  • TEDx Runs

    Bix
    28 Aug 2014 | 8:49 am
    I had no idea there were so many TEDx talks related to running. Here’s a collection of running related talks that I've found. Most are pretty inspiring. Have fun watching!Running forward to alleviate homelessness: Anne Mahlum at TEDxAustinWhile running through the streets of Philadelphia, Anne's mission caught up with her.Dispelling the belief that those currently experiencing homelessness don't have what it takes to be runners, she founded Backonmyfeet.org, an expanding model that addresses this issue with empathy, accountability and fresh sneakers.With chapters forming around the country,…
  • Dozer the Marathon Dog

    Bix
    27 Aug 2014 | 1:14 pm
    E:60 - Marathon DogOn May 15, 2011, the Maryland Half Marathon had an unusual and unexpected competitor - a four-legged canine named Dozer. E:60 takes you to the course and reveals how Dozer reached the finish line and bested thousands of runners.
  • The World is Filled with Noise

    Bix
    27 Aug 2014 | 1:09 pm
    Arc'teryx - SilenceInteresting video from Arc'teryx. an outdoors gear and apparel manufacturer. The only product shots that I was able to notice were Solomon shoes and hydration pack. Either way I can very much relate to the message in this video.
  • Your Heroes Suffer Too

    Bix
    30 Jul 2014 | 12:17 pm
    Hardrock 100 2014"I Got Rocked" - Timothy Olson To me it's very interesting to see those who you admire having a tough time out on the trails. It goes to show that everyone suffers... regardless of their status.I've always admired Tim and seeing this helps to solidify my respect for the man and his respect to the event, the effort and the tradition of the event.Congrats!!
  • Barkley 100

    Bix
    6 Jun 2014 | 4:46 am
    Barkley 100 from Brendan Young on Vimeo.This documentary tells the story of one of the world’s most difficult and bizarre sporting events: The Barkley Marathons. This 100-mile footrace and its 60-hour time limit force athletes to run, crawl and climb an elevation gain equivalent to two treks up Mt. Everest. In nearly thirty years, only fourteen runners, out of over one thousand participants, have finished The Barkley.Directed, Edited and Filmed by Brendan YoungDirector of Photography: Isaiah Branch-BoyleOriginal Score by Keith Shacklett
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    Mile Posts

  • Flowers In Leesburg & Tiny Beach Treasures

    Mile Posts By Dorothy Beal
    9 Sep 2014 | 2:16 pm
    In late summer, early fall there is a house in my town {Leesburg, VA} that puts out flowers at the end of their driveway, along with a donation box for a food pantry. For two years now I’ve driven past this little stand almost daily and thought about stopping. The house is simply beautiful. The flowers and the way they are put outside for you to take silently as you donate is wonderful. Last week I was on my way home with Colton and finally decided to stop. Chloe’s birthday was coming up and flowers seemed like an appropriate gift, or maybe an excuse to finally stop. Today I…
  • Saucony 26Strong Behind The Cover Shoot Video

    Mile Posts By Dorothy Beal
    8 Sep 2014 | 1:13 pm
    Right after I ran Rock N Roll 1/2 for fun I headed to LA to meet up with 2 other 26 Strong teams that had been chosen for a Saucony/Competitor Magazine photo shoot. When I flew out there I had no idea that my cadet, Danielle and I would end up on the cover of the September issue of Competitor Magazine!! It still doesn’t seem real and I legitimately smile every time I watch this video, which I will admit has been way too many times. Thank you guys for all the support over the years, I know things like this wouldn’t happen if it weren’t for the support of people like you!!
  • Women’s Running: A Love Story

    Mile Posts By Dorothy Beal
    5 Sep 2014 | 8:27 am
      If’ I’m being truthful, it wasn’t love at first sight. In my heart I knew maybe our paths crossed for a reason, but I’m old enough to know that things come and go. As days turned to weeks, weeks to months, and months to years, I felt like this was something that could possibly last. I asked a friend, “How do you know when you have found ‘the one.’” “You just know it”, she said. “It’s not something I can explain. It’s more of a feeling.” A feeling? I’ve had lots of those. There were times I was in bliss. There were times when I was reduced to tears, both…
  • Running Playlist: Top 10 September Workout Songs From RunHundred

    Mile Posts By Dorothy Beal
    2 Sep 2014 | 8:17 am
    It’s getting close to marathon season which means long runs are in full effect! You may just find yourself getting tired of your summer playlists. Here are ten new songs to add for September! photo from the Saucony & Competitor Magazine 26Strong Photo Shoot in La The biggest winner of the month is Nicki Minaj—who appears once with some help from Sir Mix-a-Lot and again alongside Jessie J and Ariana Grande. Her      first song “Anaconda” is perfect for starting a workout—with its abundance of energy and attitude to spare. Meanwhile, her collaboration “Bang Bang” is…
  • My True Loves: Family & The Beach

    Mile Posts By Dorothy Beal
    1 Sep 2014 | 8:24 am
    My husband surprised me for our anniversary with a family beach trip to the Outer Banks. It couldn’t have been a more perfect gift. The beach is my happy place. It’s where all my worries melt away and life seems simpler. I don’t know if it’s the salt water, or the sand, the wind or the feel of sun on my face, or all of it combined, but I feel happiest when sitting with my family by the ocean. The beach was just the reset I needed. My little family means more to me than anything else in this world. It’s a rare and wonderful thing to find someone who loves you…
 
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    Runtastic Blog

  • Is Your Weight Healthy? 4 Ways To Check

    Vera Schwaiger
    15 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    Women, by nature, have a higher body percentage average than men and they are better at building fat depots to aid in child bearing. Not only do men and women store fat at a different rate, they also store it in different areas of the body. Females store fat around hips, legs and butt, whereas males mainly gain weight around their midsection. Not long ago 90 – 60 – 90 was considered the “perfect” body, then came size zero.  Who knows what’s “perfect” anymore and is this actually healthy? Today, we want to show you four easy ways to find out whether your body metrics are…
  • ALL NEW: Runtastic Releases Bold, New Beats for Your Workouts

    Vera Schwaiger
    14 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    That’s right. We’re at it again – teaming up with music industry giant, Universal Music, to bring you bold, new beats for your listening pleasure. We want to help you rev up your workouts & up your fun factor with Runtastic Music – Running Vol. 2. Why? Because great music is scientifically proven to boost your performance. This translates into longer activities, a speedier pace and more calories burned (on average). Let Lady Gaga, OneRepublic, Bastille and more great artists inspire you to find your perfect fitness rhythm with Runtastic. For a preview of the new…
  • MORE VIDEOS each week on the Runtastic Fitness Channel

    Vera Schwaiger
    13 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    I am very excited to announce that the Runtastic Fitness Channel will now be posting an extra video each week! Instead of just one video each Tuesday, by Subscribing to the Runtastic Fitness Channel, you will get FREE content on both Tuesday and Thursday to improve your fitness and health! Two years ago we started this channel with a couple GoPros, a bunch of ideas & a willingness to work and learn about what it takes to create a successful, informative, interesting and quality video hub for the Runtastic brand on YouTube. It has been fun & interesting alongside a lot of laughter and…
  • Runtastic Ladies Achieve Victory In 13th WKO Business Run

    Vera Schwaiger
    9 Sep 2014 | 1:59 am
    “Having fun working out, enjoying running & strengthening the team spirit” – that’s what the WKO Business Run in Linz, Austria, is all about. Companies send teams of 3 (male, female or mixed) to compete on a 5.4 km route.  Runtastic couldn’t miss out on this event in its region of origin and entered with four highly motivated teams. Team spirit at its best. All Runtastic team members had a great, fun race day and were delighted when the winner among the female teams was announced:  The Runtastic Ladies took first place in this year’s Business Run with a combined total…
  • Coming Soon…to the Runtastic Fitness Channel

    Vera Schwaiger
    9 Sep 2014 | 1:30 am
    The Runtastic Fitness Channel has some really exciting news coming next week. Want more fitness, Q&A, nutrition tips & awesome workouts with Runtastic Fitness Coach Lunden? Then you don’t want to miss it. Subscribe to the Runtastic Fitness Channel to stay updated. *** The post Coming Soon…to the Runtastic Fitness Channel appeared first on Runtastic Blog.
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  • I’m Running Faster But I’m Also Losing My Mind A Little.

    Matt
    13 Sep 2014 | 3:43 pm
    I lost all composure on my run on Friday morning in Tottenham. I’ve been jogging faster for quite some time now but just as I was running down towards White Hart Lane station something snapped in my head. You see, I haven’t ever went out for a run and ran at 100% in my lifetime. Yesterday was different. Something just clicked and I fucking went insane. It was if the as the disappointment of my first 50k, Vegas and 100k are coalesced into a huge adrenaline shot into my old ballbag. I’ve spent so long doubting myself that my mind just gave way to running. For half a mile I was…
  • I Fucked Up Badly Last Week But Now I’m Back On Track.

    Matt
    9 Sep 2014 | 1:26 pm
    I’m sorry I’ve left it so long since my last post. Last week was a good week for running and fitness all up until the weekend. You see I haven’t been going out very much recently as I’ve been so busy with the book and on Friday and Saturday I was out drinking with friends and I let go a little and ended up quite drunk. On Saturday night I went out to Shoreditch and had a good natured political discussion with a friend that I carried over onto Twitter on the night bus home. What followed was a boring rant about how I hate nationalism, patriotism and all of that shit.
  • How I Managed To Fuck Up This Week’s Long Run. I Don’t Actually Have A Fucking Clue What I’m Doing.

    Matt
    31 Aug 2014 | 3:47 pm
    Today was the day of my long run and I kinda ruined it for myself from the start. I delayed the run until after the Spurs v Liverpool so that I wouldn’t encounter any trouble on the train up to Hertfordshire. I had the bright idea of having a Lickin Chicken variety box meal for lunch and took the whole “carb-loading” fucking idiocy to the next level and had 4 Sainsbury’s Triple Chocolate Cookies as dessert. 1,600 calories in that dessert alone. Jesus. After the cookies I kinda just lay in bed for about half an hour in a state of sugar induced bliss. I was seriously…
  • Running And Biking In The Gym & Trying Not To Sweat Over Every Fucker On The Planet.

    Matt
    27 Aug 2014 | 1:05 pm
    This is my first day off from the gym in 3 days. I hadn’t went at all up until Sunday afternoon when I did 25km on the stationary bike. The equipment they have down in Tottenham Easygym is pretty fucking impressive for the price. I’m paying £18 a month without a contract in London and the gym is only 3 minutes walk down the street. Last night I did a 10km on the treadmill in 48:50 and it was pretty fucking difficult. I haven’t sweated that badly before. It was flying off my face and body onto all of the other machines and I could swear that people were rushing to get the…
  • A Superb 18 Mile Long Slow Run Through Hertfordshire And Back Into Tottenham.

    Matt
    23 Aug 2014 | 2:10 pm
    Today I travelled by train up to Ware in Hertfordshire. My plan was to run back and hopefully complete a long run of over 18 miles for the first time in nearly a month. I’m delighted to say that I managed it and this week is shaping up to be one of the best for running in a while. In total it took 2:55 to run 18.17 miles through the Lea Valley Navigation towpath at a 9:39 minute/mile pace. It’s the first time I’ve ever ran a negative split on an 18 mile run. In truth at the end I probably could and should have kept going but I was starting to become a little bored by the…
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    Natural Running Center

  • What’s Best in Kids’ Running Shoes?

    BillK
    13 Sep 2014 | 3:16 pm
    School has started. It’s a time when parents are buying their children new shoes for gym class, cross-country and everyday wear. Given what we know about childhood development and the elements of natural running gait movements, here are a few things to consider before you start shopping for shoes. — Ultra-thin soles allow proper proprioception, [Read more...]
  • “runScribe” Will Examine Your Form in Great Detail

    NickP
    21 Aug 2014 | 5:58 pm
    by Nick Pang.   Wearable technology is making sports like football (not soccer) safer with concussion-prevention sensors embedded in helmets and mouth guards with live data via Wi-Fi on the field and sidelines. What about running? Even with all the latest shoe- cushioning technologies and research, runners are still get injured every year. Now Scribe Labs [Read more...]
  • Queens of the Ultra: Meet Diana Gorham and Sheri Fiolek

    BillK
    13 Aug 2014 | 2:17 pm
    Here in our small town of Shepherdstown, West Virginia you will find truly amazing people with their own amazing personal stories. So please enjoy this fun and inspiring interview with Two Rivers Treads’ leading ladies, Diana Gorham and Sheri Fiolek, who finished the Burning River 100 miler in Ohio on August 3. If anyone tells [Read more...]
  • New Film Documents Tarahumara’s Healthy Living

    BillK
    6 Aug 2014 | 5:02 am
    Two bold, young documentary filmmakers, Dana Richardson and Sarah Zentz, left their home in Big Sur, California, and traveled to the depths of Copper Canyon in Mexico in search of the “seeds of health.”  They lived among the Tarahumara who suffer almost none of the modern illnesses of Westernized Society. The Tarahumara are famous for [Read more...]
  • New Book on Sub-Two-Hour Marathon…It Should Happen Soon!

    BillK
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:08 pm
    The sub two-hour marathon is running’s final, most elusive barrier. The first runner to go 1:59 will become universally celebrated as marathon’s Roger Bannister. This timely book by Dr. Phil Maffetone, “1:59: The Sub-Two-Hour Marathon Is Within Reach—Here’s How It Will Go Down, and What It Can Teach All Runners about Training and Racing,” examines [Read more...]
 
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    Mom's Home Run

  • Flipbelt: a product review. Explanation about the FlipBelt.

    Nicole orriëns
    14 Sep 2014 | 10:10 pm
    I like to live my life as unencumbered as possible. I throw stuff out on a regular basis! And when it comes to my mental backpack, I remind myself to clean it out often. As a runner I'm the same! If the laws of decency allowed, and I wouldn't be too ashamed, I would run naked! When I run I, like to run free. Without holding stuff. But you do need sóme stuff during a run, don't you. Like an
  • 5 reasons nót to skip a run

    Nicole orriëns
    12 Sep 2014 | 4:53 am
    I almost never do this, but yesterday I skipped a run. And I paid the price the whole day. I got this unpleasant nagging feeling that something was off. Something was rotten in Denmark. So I created a list of 5 reasons nót to skip a run. Even if you've got your period. Or you don't feel like it. Or the dog is sick. The kids are fighting. You've got a headache. You're expecting a phone call.
  • You see the strangest things during a run

    Nicole orriëns
    9 Sep 2014 | 10:24 pm
    I was running, minding my own business when suddenly I saw this brush hanging on a tree! It's the kind of brush that is used to do the dishes. The rest of my run I couldn't help bu wonder: 'Who hangs a brush in a tree, and why?!' Almost Wordless Wednesday Don't miss any of my posts! Get yourself a free subscription, and you'll never have to worry about missing out! Enter your email
  • Getting out of your comfort zone: running thoughts

    Nicole orriëns
    7 Sep 2014 | 1:29 am
    Getting out of your comfort zone seems to be the thing to do. But I can't help thinking of the Sheldon Cooper character in the comedy series The Big Bang Theory. He says: 'They don't call it the comfort zone for nothing!' Stepping out of your comfort zone as a means to grow as a person But I have to admit, that getting out of your comfort zone can make you a better person. It's a way to
  • 5 perks of the elliptical machine

    Nicole orriëns
    4 Sep 2014 | 10:21 pm
    I always felt it was a great injustice when people told me running wasn't enough. And that, as a runner, I should also do so some crosstraining. It's not fair! I'm dóing it aren't I?! I felt like I was finally participating in a hurdle race, and I had réached the final hurdle. And then they go and put another one up! But in the end I succumbed. I bought myself an elliptical machine. 
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    Healthynomics

  • Getting Started With Running (Choosing Running Shoes, Prepping Your Body and More)

    Mark Kennedy
    11 Sep 2014 | 6:00 pm
    This is lesson one of my “Get Started Running” series. Be sure to sign up if you want to join my FREE 5-part email course to help you get started and discover the enjoyment of running. Click here to sign up. In lesson one I chat with Jay Dicharry, Director of the REP Biomechanics Lab in Bend, Oregon. Originally from New Orleans LA, Jay completed the Masters of Physical Therapy degree at Louisiana State University Medical Center and is a Board- Certified Sports Clinical Specialist. Jay built his international reputation as an expert in biomechanical analysis as Director of the…
  • Making an App for Runners: Thoughts and Lessons Learned (Part 2)

    Mark Kennedy
    1 Aug 2014 | 1:26 pm
    If you missed part 1, you can go check it out here. Fuel My Run has now been available for 7 months. I continue to learn about how the app world works and how difficult it is promote an app in the crowded running space. If you want to listen to a recent interview I did for The App Guy Podcast, I give a fairly detailed breakdown of how I went from idea to app – all without knowing a lick about coding or app development. 1. People like free No brainer, right? I’ve tested the price of Fuel My Run a few times – making it free on iTunes for a day or two. When it went free, there…
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  • RA060 | Dr. Phil Maffetone: Burning Fat, Training Slower and the 1:59 Marathon

    Matt Johnson
    8 Sep 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Dr. Phil Maffetone is a well published and successful endurance coach was named coach of the year by Triathlete Magazine, and honored by Inside Triathlon magazine as one of the top 20 most influential people in endurance sports worldwide in the 20th century. His approach in training is rooted in holistic principles in examining causes rather than end symptoms and lectures on diet, nutrition and stress management, and teaches biofeedback to health practitioners. Among notable athletes and patients Dr. Maffetone has worked with include Grete Waitz (Whites) 9 Time NYC Marathon Champion and Mark…
  • RA059 | 80/20 Running: Slow Down to Get Faster with Matt Fitzgerald

    Matt Johnson
    25 Aug 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Run stronger and race faster by slowing down during a majority of your training. You can get better by making the majority of your running easier. This isn’t a link bait headline that graces the ‘big running magazines’ but in fact a training methodology that is proven to elicit your best performance and remains the choice of elite runners over many decades and still today. Matt Fitzgerald continues to be the voice of reason by providing scientifically backed running books that explore not hand picked research to advance an agenda but instead get at what the summation of…
  • ER019 | Lisa Hamilton: Lessons Learned in 2 Decades of Running

    Matt Johnson
    20 Aug 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Lisa Hamilton started running in college by chance after first becoming exposed to it through her roommate, a cross-country runner. From her first run she was hooked and ended a more than 15 year successful and decorated history in swimming to take up running, but it wasn’t always easy. Lisa has often been plagued with injury:  stress fractures, patella tendinitis, iliotibial band syndrome,  joint pain and even plantar fasciitis. She has tried everything from orthotics to physical therapy and only after discovering strength training and running consciously has she been able to focus…
  • RA058 | Dr. Paul Thompson: How Safe is Marathon Running for Your Heart?

    Matt Johnson
    11 Aug 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Dr. Paul Thompson is the chief of cardiology at Hartford Hospital in Connecticut and considered one of the leading experts today in the field of exercise cardiology. As a life long marathon runner himself he has authored over 200 scientific articles on topics which include the effects of exercise training on preventing and treating heart disease, the risk of sudden death during exercise, the effects of statins on muscle function, and genetic factors affecting exercise response. Dr. Thompson’s research and clinical interests in exercise originate from his personal interest in distance…
  • RA057 | Pete Magill: How to Avoid Slowing Down As You Age

    Matt Johnson
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Pete Magill is one of the top masters runners in the United States. Over the past decade, he’s led his Southern California clubs to 17 masters national championships in cross country and road racing. He’s won the individual title in six masters national cross country championships, holds five American age group records, and is the oldest American to break 15:00 for 5K, running 14:45 at the distance a few months before turning 50. He is also the fastest American distance runner over age 50 in the 5K (15:01) and 10K (31:11) and second fastest half-marathon (1:10:19). Pete is also a…
 
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  • What it Means, EXACTLY, to Run the Mile You’re In

    Kim
    11 Sep 2014 | 3:43 pm
    After my disappointing race last weekend, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about my running. A LOT of thinking. I was having a hard time wrapping my brain around the fact that I need to run a marathon at a certain pace, but I couldn’t even do it for the half the distance last Saturday. Quite honestly, it had me in a bit of a panic. I mean the sick to my stomach, tears in my eyes, hyperventilating kind of panic… I felt like I’ve been spinning my wheels for 10 weeks and have gotten nothing out of it. I’ve since come to my senses and know this isn’t true.
  • Montour Trail 1/2 Marathon Recap – a hard one to swallow

    Kim
    9 Sep 2014 | 9:45 am
    It’s always easy to sit at the computer and type out a post about how great training’s going and how great a race went. It’s quite another to sit here after one of the worst races I’ve had in years and break it down, relive it. But that’s what makes me an authentic blogger. It can’t all be roses and rainbows. I’ve been working all summer toward my Columbus Marathon goal of a 3:50 finish. According to that, I should run a half marathon in 1:50. So, I signed up for the Montour Trail half marathon about a month ago thinking that this would be a great…
  • Motivation, 1000 miles and Columbus Marathon Training Wk 10

    Kim
    2 Sep 2014 | 6:49 pm
    First off, I want to apologize for not posting a Monday Motivation yesterday. I managed 125 weeks straight and forgot yesterday during the holiday. So, here it is a day late. Secondly, I want to mention that I’ve already hit 1,000 miles for the year. Woo Hoo! Last year, around the beginning of December, I realized I was going to hit 1,000 miles for the year and I was so excited. It was the most I’d ever run in a year. Now, here I am finishing off August with 1,000 miles already. I’m still growing as a runner, getting stronger and working harder to get where I want to be. …
  • How to Stay Motivated (Stop Procrastinating Your Runs)

    Kim
    28 Aug 2014 | 4:43 pm
    I didn’t write my weekly Columbus Marathon Training recap this week. You know why? I procrastinated. I put it off Tuesday at lunch time until that evening. Then, I figured, well I can post it Wednesday. That didn’t work out. Then, It just kind of became irrelevant. Like most people I tend to procrastinate on the things that either require a lot of physical energy or seem complex and require a lot of thought. Sometimes, the task just seems so overwhelming at the time, that the thought of doing it makes you tired. Do you know the feeling? As I was procrastinating on my weekly post, it…
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    Kim
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  • Run Elevated Half Marathon Aug 23, 2014

    Dawn
    26 Aug 2014 | 7:23 pm
    I saw my first snowfall for the year on August 23 at 6 o'clock in the morning, while standing at the entrance to Alta Ski Resort.   Alta lies at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon, and I was getting soaking with fat snowflakes, along with hundreds of other people, waiting to run down the canyon for the Run Elevated Half Marathon.    We were all basically wet, and cold, and a little miserable, probably wondering what we were doing in the dark dressed in skimpy clothing that high in the mountains.  The smart ones had brought umbrellas, and rain ponchos, and probably hot…
  • Snowbird Adventure Race, Aug 16 2014

    Dawn
    19 Aug 2014 | 6:34 pm
    At the starting lineMy second year in a row of completing the Snowbird Adventure Race, this time with Jim as his first adventure race ever!   True to form, organizers Scott and Aaron made a nice uphill course all within the ski areas of the Snowbird ski resort.  The checkpoints were somewhat easier to find this year, being alongside trails, no bushwhacking or scratched legs unless you really want to take shortcuts.   We didn't.  We did, however, see plenty of uphills.   Our first climb zigzagged through the ski runs, past a couple of controls, all the way up to the…
  • Lake Blanche Hike, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah

    Dawn
    13 Aug 2014 | 5:00 am
    Back in Utah now and happy to be home for a while!   We are still exploring our local area, and discovered this little gem of a trail not too far up the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon.  Officially this trail has the name of Mill B South Fork Trail, but that's a mouthful and everyone calls it Lake Blanche instead.  Which is the biggest of the three lakes at the end of the trail, I would guess. Either way, it's a nice 2500 foot climb from the trailhead up to the lakes.  We weren't quite acclimated to the elevation yet, and when the gradient steepened I admit to sucking some…
  • Back-To-Back Long-Distance Flights in Austria!

    Dawn
    11 Aug 2014 | 5:00 am
    Well, our time in the Alps has come to a close.   This was Jim's first time sightseeing in Europe, so we detoured from paragliding here and there to see a few touristic sights like Venice, a few castles, the Matterhorn, and some Roman ruins.  We put 7500 kilometers on the rental car, driving to Germany, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, France, Monaco, and Italy.  We hiked and/or ran 136 miles across some really beautiful high alpine trails.  We climbed some great via ferratas and saw more great scenery than our camera could capture. What we didn't do enough of, until the very…
  • USHPA Publishes My Second Article!

    Dawn
    2 Aug 2014 | 7:07 pm
    I was excited to see that the United States Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association (USHPA) has published my second article, this time about paragliding in Colombia!   Here's the reprinted article below in case you don't get the USHPA Magazine.  Gaggle Flying Rules the Roost In RoldanilloThe Eagles have landed in Colombia during the months of January and February 2014.  Eagle Paragliding Tours, that is, led by US Paragliding Team Coach Rob Sporrer and his wife Marite, out of Santa Barbara, California; along with Brad Gunnuscio out of Utah. They were accompanied by some highly…
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  • Run Like You Don’t Know What ‘Tired’ Is!

    admin
    15 Sep 2014 | 10:18 pm
  • Apple Watch vs Suunto Ambit3

    admin
    9 Sep 2014 | 7:35 pm
    Runners will find this review useful if considering a sports watch purchase in the near future. Here I compare the Apple Apple Watch vs. Suunto’s latest, the Ambit3. I don’t think there is any doubt that the Suunto Ambit2 and Ambit3 are the most popular watches for ultra-runners and many other serious amateur and professional […]
  • My First 15+ Mile Run Since I Was 17 Years Old

    admin
    6 Sep 2014 | 7:09 pm
    As I get started on my goal to begin running ultra-races on the trails I’ve begun pushing into new territory. Yesterday I did a long run – 15.5 miles. It might be the first time I’ve ever run that far, but I seem to recall a run around 15 miles when I was in 11th […]
  • Elite Athletes! Apple iWatch or Suunto Ambit3?

    admin
    5 Sep 2014 | 7:38 pm
    This is going to be a major question for athletes, serious athletes across the globe after next week’s Apple event. Supposedly, and in all probability, they will be introducing an Apple iWatch. This watch will be more than just something else that tells time, we all have plenty of time-tellers around the house, on our […]
  • 10,000 Meters Vertical Gain in a Month

    admin
    31 Aug 2014 | 11:29 am
    Well that went rather well. I finished the month just missing my 10,000 meter climbing goal by 200-300 meters. My left knee just hurt too much to push it for a simple walk up the stairs today. I thought better to relax and let it get better. Yesterday I did a double on the other […]
 
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  • Do Beginner Runners Need to Consider Technique?

    James Dunne
    10 Sep 2014 | 11:40 am
    There are a number of questions I’m often asked regarding running form. Sometimes these come direct from athletes, sometimes from fellow coaches. I was reminded of one such question recently: Do beginner runners need to work on technique, or should gradually increasing volume of running naturally allow a new runner to develop their own style? Here are my thoughts As with most things in the health and fitness industry, the polarised answer at either extreme is invariably the wrong answer! Running Builds Runners I’m not going to sit here and argue that new runners should be solely…
  • Kenyan Running Drills in Slow Motion: Warm-Up Routine

    James Dunne
    5 Sep 2014 | 9:33 am
    I was going through some of our archived video footage last night when I came across this slow motion footage recorded by Neil Scholes during his time with the Kenyan Olympic Team ahead of the London 2012 Olympics. Neil recorded a number of their simple warm-up drills ahead of a track session… What I really like about this video is that it brilliantly demonstrates the combination of a few key factors we look to look to develop in the vast majority of the athletes we work with. In particular: Range of Motion at the Hip – ‘Running: It’s all in the Hips’ Ankle…
  • Train the Movement, not the Muscle

    James Dunne
    22 Aug 2014 | 9:15 am
    Developing Stability & Strength in Runners As many readers will already know, my personal sporting success came long before I developed an interest in endurance sports and running in particular. For a number of years I played Rugby Union full-time: a sport where we as players become somewhat obsessed with developing strength and power. Now with the benefit of hindsight, I can see that this has probably moulded the terminology I use today when talking with endurance athletes about their own rehab or training. I often catch myself talking to runners about the need for them to strengthen…
  • Mark Allen talks about Building an Aerobic Base

    James Dunne
    4 Aug 2014 | 3:31 am
    I’m sure it’s no coincidence that while I’m currently reading Matt Fitzgerald’s “Iron War”, I stumble upon this insightful video from Ironman legend Mark Allen… In this excerpt from The Art and Science of Triathlon lecture series, Mark discusses the importance of, and rationale behind building an aerobic base first, then adding speed training. This won’t come as news to many athletes, but I enjoyed his explanation. The point that really hit home was his bullet stating: Requires patience that most athletes do not have How true that is…!
  • Maintain Running Cadence Under Fatigue on Race Day

    James Dunne
    31 Jul 2014 | 3:10 pm
    There are so many sources out there providing the standard technique advice of increasing running cadence (stride frequency) to help stop athletes from over striding, and amongst other things helping to increase in limb stiffness. Many of these sources suggest 180 strides per minute as being a good rule of thumb for ‘optimal cadence’… However, in reality optimal running cadence will vary from person to person, and improtantly from pace to pace within one individual athlete. As with anything else running form related, there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution. More…
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  • New Balance 880v4 Review

    Thomas Neuberger
    14 Sep 2014 | 9:42 am
    New Balance 880v4 Review The Good Thomas: In my 5 years of reviewing shoes, the New Balance 880v4 is the best update in one generation I have ever experienced. The 880v3 was an ounce heavier weighing 11.8 oz. for size 10.5, the 880v4 comes in at 10.8 oz. The weight of the shoe is just […] The post New Balance 880v4 Review appeared first on Believe In The Run.
  • Newton Running BOCO Sol Review

    Thomas Neuberger
    9 Sep 2014 | 2:27 pm
    Newton Running BOCO Sol Review The Good Thomas: Training for the TransRockies Run and running the TRR is a great way to try out a new shoe. The Newton BOCO Sol got put to the test during the 120 mile run over the Rockies. 10.85 oz. men’s size 10.5. Newton as usual went bold with […] The post Newton Running BOCO Sol Review appeared first on Believe In The Run.
  • Mizuno Wave Kazan Review

    Meaghan Murray
    6 Sep 2014 | 4:48 am
    The Mizuno Wave Kazan Trail Running Shoe Review The Good Jenny: People always freak when a shoe company discontinues THEIR SHOE. I’m sure Ascend lovers were skeptical when Mizuno decided to rid their line of it (along with like 5 others this year!). What replaced the Ascend were two trail specific shoes: The Kazan and […] The post Mizuno Wave Kazan Review appeared first on Believe In The Run.
  • Transrockies-Run: Stage 6

    Meaghan Murray
    18 Aug 2014 | 12:07 pm
     Pepsico TransRockies Run Stage 6 – Vail to Beaver Creek – 20.9 miles/4,900 feet of elevation gain Stage 6 features a 20.9 mile route from Vail to Beaver Creek with 4900 feet of elevation gain.This route runs from the start in Vail Village on pavement, uses an overpass to cross the interstate, and shortly enters the […] The post Transrockies-Run: Stage 6 appeared first on Believe In The Run.
  • Transrockies Run Stage 5

    Meaghan Murray
    16 Aug 2014 | 5:56 pm
    Pepsico Transrockies Run Stage 5 – Red Cliff to Vail – 23.8 miles/4,100 feet of elevation gain From Red Cliff you start with almost 8 miles on dirt road climbing moderately to Checkpoint 1. From there you enter singletrack through the forest with several steep climbs and descents until you come to the open meadows on […] The post Transrockies Run Stage 5 appeared first on Believe In The Run.
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  • Gametiime Groups Beta is now live and open for members!

    Gametiime
    28 Aug 2014 | 4:17 pm
    After introducing Gametiime Groups Beta this past week, we’ve been cranking away — building custom pages for 21 trend-setting running groups across the nation to: connect group members — all in one place share race schedules — easier than ever show pride for your club, brand, or cause ACTIVE GROUPS – Click below to see groups in action! Join any you’re a part of! Bothell Running and Multi-Sport Club INKnBURN Ambassadors Kirkland Everyday Athlete LA Frontrunners Lake Merritt Joggers & Striders (LMJS) Nuun Ambassadors Oiselle Runners Pip Running…
  • 21 running groups selected for Gametiime Groups Beta

    Gametiime
    22 Aug 2014 | 3:30 pm
    A week and a half ago, we announced the launch of Gametiime Groups Beta — a new way to connect running groups like never before. After opening the application process, we received a fantastic response from local running clubs, brand ambassador programs, and endurance-centric charity teams who are excited about connecting their members around the races they run and growing their presence in the running community. Without further adieu, here are the 21 groups we selected for our first batch! Bothell Running and Multi-Sport Club – a local, member-driven running and multi-sport…
  • Ask a Coach – Beth Baker, Founder and Chief Running Officer at Running Evolution

    Gametiime
    13 Aug 2014 | 12:39 pm
    Months ago we introduced an “Ask a Coach” blog post with Running Evolution‘s Beth Baker. It went well and we’ve recently circled back with Beth who has graciously answered some more questions for new runners within the Gametiime community. Here are questions and answers about everything from running injuries to running shorts to running faster! Feel free to comment with other running questions you have for Beth! Kelli Hulsebus-Paden asks… “How many runners out there with a hip replacement with strained thigh muscles? I want to run, but can’t…
  • Introducing: Gametiime Groups Beta (invitation only)

    Gametiime
    11 Aug 2014 | 3:39 pm
    Do you belong to a running club, brand ambassador program, or charity team? We know how important it is to connect with other runners — whether to inspire or be inspired, find running new buddies, raise awareness for your cause, or quench your competitive thirst. To empower this, we’ve launched a new feature called Gametiime Groups Beta. It gives running groups a uniquely-branded single page, allowing members to easily find one another, share upcoming and past races, and show pride for their respective group. With a successful launch to a few initial groups (like the Oiselle…
  • Races of Gametiime: Burien Brat Trot 5K, an Octoberfest celebration with beer & brats presented by The Tin Room Bar

    Gametiime
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:50 pm
    Race Name: Burien Brat Trot 5K and 1-Mile Run When: Sunday, Oct 5, 2014 | Where: Olde Burien (Burien, WA) Prize Drawing: The Burien Brat Trot 5K is giving away two FREE entries to the Gametiime community! Click here for your chance to win and don’t delay! Winners will be announced tomorrow (7/24) at 2pm PDT. Hey, all you Brat’trotters! The annual Burien Brat Trot returns on October 5th to Olde Burien. Come for the 5K or 1-mile run; stay for the Oktoberfest style food, beer provided by The Tin Room Bar & Theater, and other Bavarian festivities. We’ve gathered…
 
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  • Yoga Playlist

    Stephanie
    15 Sep 2014 | 10:16 am
    Who doesn’t love a bit of Yoga?  And even if you not a fan, sitting down listening to some soothing and relaxing music is always good for the soul. I have put together my favorite yoga and relaxation tracks into my playlist   Read more →
  • Yay Carbs Part Two!

    Stephanie
    8 Sep 2014 | 5:01 am
    So as I mentioned in my last post, I have been trying out this Carb Diet. Which was under a lot of speculation in the office – “How can you eat carbs and lose weight?” Well I can say that after a week of almost following the diet by the book, if you count a midweek curry at the local… Read more →
  • Yay Carbs!

    Stephanie
    3 Sep 2014 | 4:29 am
    I know I am not fat and that I do not actually need to lose weight, but I do want to see how my body will change if I did lose some weight. This week and depending on the results the following weeks I am trying the Carb Lovers Diet. Now this has got to be the best diet in… Read more →
  • Cinderella shall go to the ball…

    Stephanie
    31 Aug 2014 | 1:16 pm
    This weekend saw the decommissioning of HMS Illustrious, and no I am not a big Navy or boat enthusiast. My boyfriends sister is an CIS, not entirely sure what that stands for, but I know she works in comms. Which got us an invite to the event. On Thursday evening there were a big celebration on the ship to say… Read more →
  • 2015 Challenge

    Stephanie
    19 Aug 2014 | 4:56 am
    As mentioned in my last post, I like to set myself a challenge each year. Last year was originally to run a half marathon, which quickly changed to a full marathon, half marathon, 10km and 5km! Next year I would love to complete a triathlon. I love swimming and running, and I am trying to get into cycling so i… Read more →
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