Why Winter Marathon Training is Better

Feb 21 11:32am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
After six years of nothing but fall marathons, I’m starting to rethink my strategy.
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80 Pounds Lighter and Running Faster

Feb 21 10:47am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
How one runner used the social aspect of running to lose weight, set PRs, and reach new goals.
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Marathon Mood Swings

Feb 21 10:38am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
In general I go through life on an even keel, but nowadays my thoughts about the London Marathon swing from hopes of an unrealistically fast time (usually when I’m in bed) to thoughts that I’ll be lucky to do it in under 4:30 (usually a quarter of the way through a run). Am I alone... The post Marathon Mood Swings appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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Alison Dsir Shares Whats Next For Run4AllWomen

Feb 20 2:42pm Women's Running
After it raised over $100K for Planned Parenthood, now you have the opportunity to plan a Run 4 All Women of your own this summer. The post Alison Désir Shares What’s Next For Run4AllWomen appeared first on Women's Running.
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Research Shows Running Can Help Cure A Broken Heart

Feb 20 2:40pm Women's Running
If you are a looking for a long-term way to heal your broken heart, this study shows running and getting active are just what you need. The post Research Shows Running Can Help Cure A Broken Heart appeared first on Women's Running.
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Is A Big Or Small Race The Right Choice For You?

Feb 20 2:33pm Women's Running
Here's everything you need to consider when deciding on a big or small race—including registration, day-of logistics and even bling. The post Is A Big Or Small Race The Right Choice For You? appeared first on Women's Running.
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These Classes Make Running On The Treadmill Fun

Feb 20 2:29pm Women's Running
Gyms and studios are starting to offer treadmill classes that keep the energy high so that your boredom is low. The post These Classes Make Running On The Treadmill Fun appeared first on Women's Running.
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4 New Food Trends That Help Boost Recovery

Feb 20 2:25pm Women's Running
When it comes to fighting inflammation and reducing soreness, there are a variety of products available to athletes and runners. The post 4 New Food Trends That Help Boost Recovery appeared first on Women's Running.
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Treadmill vs. Running Outside: Which Is Best For Runners

Feb 20 10:58am Dr. Nick's Running Blog
If it weren’t for the number of improvements has had for the past few years, running outside would still be the best. For one, running outside gives you access to beautiful scenery, fresh air and a chance for socialization. Things have changed for the past few years, though, particularly in urban areas. Running outside provides […] The post Treadmill vs. Running Outside: Which Is Best For Runners appeared first on Dr. Nick's Running Blog.
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Arc of Attrition Race Report

Feb 20 10:18am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
I remember when I was a kid in the 70s and my parents would drive us down the M5 to Cornwall for the summer holidays. After sitting in stationary traffic on the motorway outside Exeter for the first few days, we would finally arrive at the campsite or rented cottage and don our walking boots... The post Arc of Attrition Race Report appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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Healthy Pancake Recipe

Feb 20 6:20am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Ingredients Serves 4 125g self raising flour 1tsp baking powder 1 egg beaten 300ml milk 1 small banana well mashed 2tbsp Meridian smooth peanut butter Method Mash together the banana and peanut butter until you have a smooth-ish thick paste. In a large bowl whisk the rest of the pancake ingredients until smooth then add... The post Healthy Pancake Recipe appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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Training Together: Individualizing in a Group Setting

Feb 19 6:29pm Science of Running
One of the trickiest parts of coaching a team is individualizing within that group structure. We’re left with a balancing act, deciding how much to emphasize group training­–taking advantage of... [ To read more, please click the title link above.]...
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Tracksmith Cold Weather Gear Review

Feb 19 11:41am Believe In The Run
We have been really happy with the quality of the gear we have received from Tracksmith. The shorts and singlets are some of our all-time favorite apparel. This winter they sent us some of their colder weather goods so we took it on the streets of Baltimore to try it out. The Good Thomas: Tights.. The post Tracksmith Cold Weather Gear Review appeared first on Believe In The Run.
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The Womens Retreat That Creates Lifelong Relationships

Feb 17 7:13pm Women's Running
The Rock Retreat Run is a weekend retreat for women runners, yes, but the connections made continue to blossom year-round. The post The Women’s Retreat That Creates Lifelong Relationships appeared first on Women's Running.
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Why Our Cover Runner Contest Is So Important To Us

Feb 17 7:06pm Women's Running
A look back at the decision to feature real women on the cover of Women's Running and what we hope you, as readers and runners, get from it. The post Why Our Cover Runner Contest Is So Important To Us appeared first on Women's Running.
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What Happened When I Started Meditating Before Every Run

Feb 17 6:55pm Women's Running
One runner wanted to start each run calmly with intent, and then the effects actually trickled into her everyday life, too. The post What Happened When I Started Meditating Before Every Run appeared first on Women's Running.
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The Technology of Running

Feb 17 4:53pm Women's Running
Dell Miller uses new technology to evolve as a runner. The post The Technology of Running appeared first on Women's Running.
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McGuires St. Patricks Day 5K Prediction Run in Pensacola on March 11

Feb 17 4:07pm Dr. Nick's Running Blog
For the Florida runners…. America’s Largest Prediction Run expects record attendance in Pensacola this March PENSACOLA, FLORIDA – (February 15, 2017) – 15,000 runners from across the country and the pond are expected to participate in the 40th annual McGuire’s St. Patrick’s Day 5K Prediction Run in Pensacola on March 11. The race is the largest […] The post McGuire’s St. Patrick’s Day 5K Prediction Run in Pensacola on March 11 appeared first on Dr. Nick's Running Blog.
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Olympian Alysia Montao Shares Her Best Warm-Up Drills

Feb 17 3:34pm Women's Running
Alysia Montaño is pretty dialed when it comes to pre- and post-run routines to stay in tip-top functioning shape. In this video, she The post Olympian Alysia Montaño Shares Her Best Warm-Up Drills appeared first on Women's Running.
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How One Woman Dropped 40 Pounds by Running Just 1-2 Times a Week

Feb 17 3:16pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Maya Henry couldn’t fathom running for 90 seconds, and now she’s a half marathoner.
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This Super Simple Smoothie Is Full Of Chocolate

Feb 17 3:02pm Women's Running
Full of healthy protein and oh-so-delicious, this smoothie will be your new go-to recovery drink after a hard run or workout. The post This Super Simple Smoothie Is Full Of Chocolate appeared first on Women's Running.
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Runner Remembers Brave Syrian Competitors That Inspire Us

Feb 17 2:31pm Women's Running
Information on women runners in Syria is next to nonexistent, so we remember to use our own ability to run to remember and help those in cri The post Runner Remembers Brave Syrian Competitors That Inspire Us appeared first on Women's Running.
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This 2-Minute Warmup Is Perfect Before Any Workout

Feb 17 11:23am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
4 moves that can help you get the most out of your upcoming run.
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The 10th Annual DONNA Marathon Race Recap

Feb 17 11:07am Believe In The Run
I never dreamed (until very recently) that I could possibly win a marathon. It still doesn’t seem real. For those of you that don’t know about the DONNA Marathon, it’s a phenomenal event in Jacksonville, Florida with an incredible cause (to finish breast cancer). I can’t sum up everything they’ve accomplished, so I recommend you.. The post The 10th Annual DONNA Marathon Race Recap appeared first on Believe In The Run.
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What Nikes Breaking2 Team Learned in Africa

Feb 17 10:01am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Here’s an inside look at the details as the sub-two-hour marathon attempt draws closer.
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Nike drops new Vomero 12

Feb 17 5:47am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
If running shoes were like cars, the Vomero 12 would be a Rolls Royce. Everything about this shoe says luxury, from the enhanced midsole (courtesy of the Lunarlon core) to the Flywire upper and remodelled outsole. But how does it perform? We took the new Vomero 12 out for a test drive – and these... The post Nike drops new Vomero 12 appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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Nike unveils new Vomero 12

Feb 17 5:47am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
If running shoes were like cars, the Vomero 12 would be a Rolls Royce. Everything about this shoe says luxury, from the enhanced midsole (courtesy of the Lunarlon core) to the Flywire upper and remodelled outsole. But how does it perform? We took the new Vomero 12 out for a test drive – and these... The post Nike unveils new Vomero 12 appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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Q&A: Christophe Lemaitre

Feb 17 5:45am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
What does running mean to you? For me running is sprinting – it’s my passion. When I discovered sprinting at 15 years old, I fell in love with it straight away. What was your best ever run? The 200m in Rio, of course. It was my first individual Olympic medal. If you could only enter... The post Q&A: Christophe Lemaitre appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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9 Numbers That Show How Hard Us Runners Work

Feb 16 8:40pm Women's Running
What does it take to crush your goals? We’ve got the statistics behind the success. TWENTY Number of weeks it takes to transition from The post 9 Numbers That Show How Hard Us Runners Work appeared first on Women's Running.
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What Running Would Tell You If It Could Speak

Feb 16 8:16pm Women's Running
T-Rex Runner shares those words we have been longing to hear—the ones that running would love to tell us—if only it could. The post What Running Would Tell You If It Could Speak appeared first on Women's Running.
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Why Acai Bowls Can Be Such A Big Deal

Feb 16 8:11pm Women's Running
Acai isn't new to the world of healthy eating, but it is starting to steal the show when it comes to consuming healthy fats. The post Why Acai Bowls Can Be Such A Big Deal appeared first on Women's Running.
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A Cross-Country Runners Real Confession About Body Image

Feb 16 7:38pm Women's Running
One college runner shares her struggle with body image and what she hopes every young runner will learn sooner rather than later. The post A Cross-Country Runner’s Real Confession About Body Image appeared first on Women's Running.
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The Major Milestone Team WR Is Celebrating At The Boston Marathon

Feb 16 4:52pm Women's Running
You'll recognize the names and faces of the member of Team WR that were chosen to join 7 other runners for Hyland's at the Boston Marathon. The post The Major Milestone Team WR Is Celebrating At The Boston Marathon appeared first on Women's Running.
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5 Things To Do When You Just Cant Get Out Of Bed

Feb 16 3:59pm Women's Running
These are all things you can do while getting an extra few minutes in bed, except instead of snoozing, you are starting your day off right. The post 5 Things To Do When You Just Can’t Get Out Of Bed appeared first on Women's Running.
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These Serious Marathoners Lived 19 Years Longer Than Average

Feb 16 3:21pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Runners in “The Breakfast Club” ran 100 or more marathons in the 1970s and beyond. Now in their 80s, they're holding up well.
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I Ran 7 Marathons on 7 Continents in 7 Daysand I Have Brain Cancer

Feb 16 12:33pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Doctors told BethAnn Telford she’d never run again. She proved them wrong.
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Can I Run on a Swollen Knee If It Doesnt Hurt?

Feb 16 8:35am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
A reader with an upcoming race wonders how to assess the seriousness of a potential injury.
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Whats In The Mag? April 2017

Feb 16 7:59am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Kettlebell workout. Cross-training is key to becoming a stronger runner – kettlebell training is just about the most effective cross-training activity there is. This issue, we’ve got a five-move, core-strengthening circuit for injury-free running. British marathon record holder. Thirty-one years ago, Welshman Steve Jones won the Chicago Marathon in 2:07:13. That time remains the quickest... The post What’s In The Mag? April 2017 appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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The 4 Nutrition Tips You Havent Heard That Maximize Your Training

Feb 15 6:40pm Women's Running
The food you eat can make or break your body's ability to get across the finish line. Add these things into your diet habits. The post The 4 Nutrition Tips You Haven’t Heard That Maximize Your Training appeared first on Women's Running.
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3 Pelvic Floor Exercises For Postpartum Runners

Feb 15 6:35pm Women's Running
Strengthen your core and avoid any leakage by doing these key moves that will help you get your pre-baby body back in shape. The post 3 Pelvic Floor Exercises For Postpartum Runners appeared first on Women's Running.
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How I Knew My Training Plan Was Failing Me

Feb 15 6:31pm Women's Running
No two runners are the same, which is why one plan won't work for everyone. Eat Pray Run DC shares when it's time to find a new one. The post How I Knew My Training Plan Was Failing Me appeared first on Women's Running.
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Should You Give Up Alcohol During Marathon Training?

Feb 15 3:32pm Women's Running
After missing a long run due to one too many drinks the night before, The Runner Beans decided to go dry until the Boston Marathon. The post Should You Give Up Alcohol During Marathon Training? appeared first on Women's Running.
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Why Im Okay Being Disappointed With My PR

Feb 15 3:20pm Women's Running
I live inside my head, so I might as well clean up the mess in there. The post Why I’m Okay Being Disappointed With My PR appeared first on Women's Running.
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I Went Naked And Tried Infrared Therapy

Feb 15 3:12pm Women's Running
Do trippy treatments work for recovery? One adventurous runner tried infrared therapy to report back on its pros and cons. The post I Went Naked And Tried Infrared Therapy appeared first on Women's Running.
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Prevent Injury With These 3 Kettlebell Workouts

Feb 15 3:02pm Women's Running
Learn seven key kettlebell moves that can be combined into three workouts to get runners fit and prevent injury during training. The post Prevent Injury With These 3 Kettlebell Workouts appeared first on Women's Running.
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Olympic Silver Medalist Reunited With Ethiopian Family

Feb 15 12:17pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
In Rio, Feyisa Lelisa protested his country’s government. Then he feared for his life.
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6 Ways to Stop Feeling So Anxious Around Food, From the Co-Creator of Whole30

Feb 15 9:24am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
You should be able to eat the occasional doughnut and love every single fluffy bite without shaming yourself afterward.
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5 Foods to Help You Stay Fit and Lose Weight This WinterPlus 5 Foods to Avoid

Feb 15 9:07am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Incorporate—or eliminate—these wintry foods to keep fit even when you want to hibernate.
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How Many Calories Do I Burn When Running?

Feb 15 6:04am Dr. Nick's Running Blog
While running long distances may not be the best way to lose weight, many runners wonder how many calories they are burning as they pound out those miles. Gretchen Reynolds, our Phys Ed columnist, explains what goes into figuring out your calorie burn: The answer depends to a significant degree on how large you are. […] The post How Many Calories Do I Burn When Running? appeared first on Dr. Nick's Running Blog.
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Tabata Workouts for Runners

Feb 14 9:43pm Dr. Nick's Running Blog
Tabata training is known for improving endurance and stamina. They’re internationally popular in the running community for runners to get a productive workout in when they’re in a time crunch, want to switch it up, or simply don’t want to go outside. Tabata efficiently improves overall fitness level. Source: eReplacementParts.com The post Tabata Workouts for Runners appeared first on Dr. Nick's Running Blog.
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The Photos You Should See From Todays Cupid Undie Run

Feb 14 7:13pm Women's Running
These are the best. The post The Photos You Should See From Today’s Cupid Undie Run appeared first on Women's Running.
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Topo Athletic ST-2

Feb 14 6:47pm
Check out the fast and light Topo Athletic ST-2 – the excellent road shoe offering from the award-winning Massachusetts-based footwear company. Specs: Weight – 6.9 oz (Men’s 9), 5.6 oz… The post Topo Athletic ST-2 appeared first on Run Bulldog Run.
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Jumping Back intoSpeed Training

Feb 14 6:05pm Meals and Miles
Oh, hey. Look who’s finally diving back into speed training. Me! When I registered for the Walt Disney World Marathon last year, my goal was plain and simple: to finish. And that’s exactly what I did. My training plan was focused on building mileage – not speed – and on race day I crossed the more »...
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6 Ways a Running Prodigy Is Finding Masters Success

Feb 14 5:39pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
At age 43 and with an 11-month-old baby, Melody Fairchild charts her own course back to the top.
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An Ode To The Runners In Their Lives, From Spouses And Kids

Feb 14 3:35pm Women's Running
We sent out a call to find out why the runners in our lives just plain rock. Here are three love notes to some special runners out there. The post An Ode To The Runners In Their Lives, From Spouses And Kids appeared first on Women's Running.
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10 Romantic Quotes That Perfectly Describe Our Love For Running

Feb 14 3:14pm Women's Running
Sometimes you have to borrow the wise words of others to fully express the right sentiment—in this case, about love and running. The post 10 Romantic Quotes That Perfectly Describe Our Love For Running appeared first on Women's Running.
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Why Its So Important To Set Those Big, Scary Goals

Feb 14 2:56pm Women's Running
Fat Girl Running shares her goals for the year that are taking her out of her comfort zone, while helping her grow mentally and spiritually. The post Why It’s So Important To Set Those Big, Scary Goals appeared first on Women's Running.
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Active Figured Out The Likelihood Of Finding Love At The Start Line

Feb 14 2:36pm Women's Running
Just how many men and women will you find participating in races? Here's proof there are plenty of fish in the endurance sport sea. The post Active Figured Out The Likelihood Of Finding Love At The Start Line appeared first on Women's Running.
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Running Helped Her Break Free Of Domestic Violence

Feb 14 2:12pm Women's Running
Keysha Lleras left an abusive relationship and overcame depression thanks to the sport of running—and it's made her a stronger mom, too. The post Running Helped Her Break Free Of Domestic Violence appeared first on Women's Running.
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Im Falling in Love With Hills

Feb 14 2:06pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Well, one in particular—our neighborhood’s most infamous incline.
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