Over/Under Workout

Most runners are always looking for different ways of running better and faster.  Here is a workout designed for longer distances that seems to require the use of a Garmin to monitor your training.  At the end I will make some simple suggestions. This workout comes from exercise physiologist, clinical/registered … Continue reading

Rules of Running Success

Read the original article at http://www.runnersworld.com/race-training/rules-success Image by Chris Hamilton Follow these bedrock principles to achieve your goal   For many marathoners, training consists of running as much as they can, as far as they can, as fast as they can. The inevitable result of which is burnout, injury, or dashed … Continue reading

The New Rules of Running: Go Farther, Faster, Longer. Forget everything you’ve ever heard. It’s all about technique

By Mike Dawson Given that we were built to run, it’s curious how complicated we’ve made the business of going for a jog. Let’s keep it simple: Running properly has nothing to do with what you put (or don’t put) on your feet or what surface you run on and … Continue reading

To Run Better; Start by Ditching Your Nikes

Before the Nikes, before the breathable, antimicrobial running shorts, before the personal fitness coaches, heart rate monitors, wrist-mounted GPS and subscriptions to Runner’s World, you were a runner. And, like all children, you ran barefoot. Now, a small but growing body of research suggests that barefoot is the way adults … Continue reading

25 Ways to Run Faster

By Emily Faherty It’s been said if you want to run fast, you have to practice running fast. (What? Thought Ryan Hall or Lolo Jones got that quick with just luck?!) Read on for 25 ways to have a harder, better, faster, stronger workout, smoke the competition, and maybe even … Continue reading

Running Better

As quite often happens, both in life and in running, I have suddenly noticed that things are going well. It started last week, but it did not feel that good.  My legs were going faster than my lungs could supply oxygen, so I had to keep slowing down. That is … Continue reading

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