Quitting Is Always An OptionBut So Is Going Forward

Apr 24 7:46pm Women's Running
During her second BQ attempt in London, Run Selfie Repeat learned an important lesson she will never forget—and met Prince Harry. The post Quitting Is Always An Option—But So Is Going Forward appeared first on Women's Running.
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Episode 52- Specialization, Generalization, and Individualization

Apr 24 7:43pm Science of Running
Should we be a generalist or a specialist? Do we coach to the individual or the average? Do we want to be a one-trick pony or a master of none? In this episode of On Coaching, we take on these [ To read more, please click the title link above.]...
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What Is Happening When You Stay In Workout Leggings For Too Long?

Apr 24 7:35pm Women's Running
A gynecologist and runner explains why its important for your health that you change out of sweaty clothes as soon as possible. The post What Is Happening When You Stay In Workout Leggings For Too Long? appeared first on Women's Running.
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Photos From The Ridiculous Baywatch Slo Mo Race

Apr 24 7:15pm Women's Running
This is just... The post Photos From The Ridiculous Baywatch Slo Mo Race appeared first on Women's Running.
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These Are The Four New Rules Of Carbs For Runners

Apr 24 6:40pm Women's Running
Don’t let all-or-nothing beliefs about carbohydrates hold you back. Here are the 'new rules' you can use to fuel your body. The post These Are The Four New Rules Of Carbs For Runners appeared first on Women's Running.
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5 Lessons I Learned From Being A Girls On The Run Coach

Apr 24 6:21pm Women's Running
As a volunteer running coach for girls in grades 3-5, Race Pace Jess learned some lessons that work for both running and life. The post 5 Lessons I Learned From Being A ‘Girls On The Run’ Coach appeared first on Women's Running.
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I Came Back To Running At 37 And Qualified For Boston

Apr 24 6:13pm Women's Running
After taking a long break from running, one runner came back older, wiser and stronger than ever on an incredible running journey. The post I Came Back To Running At 37 And Qualified For Boston appeared first on Women's Running.
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Kate and William Give Runners the Royal Treatment at the London Marathon

Apr 24 11:22am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
They cheered, handed out water, and oh yeah, Prince Harry was there, too.
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15 Social Media Accounts Every Runner Should Follow

Apr 24 10:48am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Fill your news feed with inspiration from elites, everyday runners, active lifestyle photographers, hilarious running memes, and even adorable dogs.
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Track Your Run with Smart Footwear

Apr 24 10:29am Runner\'s World Magazine Daily News
Sophisticated running shoes (and socks) tell you what happens when the rubber meets the road.
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MR Meets The Club Runner Who Took London Marathon By Storm

Apr 24 10:04am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
You might expect a few things from your first ever marathon: a definite rollercoaster of emotions; a possible encounter with the dreaded ‘wall’; maybe even a chance encounter with a viking. You’d be forgiven, though, for setting your sights a little lower than aiming to beat every single one of your fellow countrymen… which is... The post MR Meets The Club Runner Who Took London Marathon By Storm appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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First Look: Salming Speed 6

Apr 24 9:59am Runner\\\'s World Magazine Daily News
Fast and flashy for those who train in the dark.
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Endless Pain, Five Seizures, and 26.2 Miles of Never Giving Up

Apr 24 9:59am Runner\\\\\\\'s World Magazine Daily News
In 2015, Nathan Sexton was diagnosed with stage four brain cancer. He made it his mission to run Boston.
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Whats In The Mag? June 2017

Apr 24 9:04am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Overtraining Do you feel unusually fatigued, or are you prone to injury? There’s a chance you’ve been overtraining or, worse, have Overtraining Syndrome. Find out what it is, how it can be prevented, and who’s most at risk on page 28. Plyometric workout Four explosive exercises that will build the power, strength and speed needed... The post What’s In The Mag? June 2017 appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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5 Steps to Qualify for the Boston Marathon

Apr 24 5:00am Runners Connect
Qualifying for the Boston Marathon is the pinnacle of running achievements. If it’s been your dream to make the famous trek from Hopkinton to Copley Square, this article will show you the 5 step process to achieve your goal. From helping you understand your needed qualifying times, the best races to qualify at, and of […]...
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Keitany Sets Womens-Only World Record in London

Apr 23 7:26am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Kenyan breaks mark set in 2005 by Paula Radcliffe.
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5 Ways To Celebrate Going Green For Earth Day

Apr 21 5:40pm Women's Running
If the March for Science isn't your thing, here are some other options to celebrate the day. The post 5 Ways To Celebrate Going Green For Earth Day appeared first on Women's Running.
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It Turns Out You Really Can Catch The Running Bug

Apr 21 5:18pm Women's Running
A new study looked at 5 years worth of fitness tracker data and social connections and found out that exercise is actually contagious. The post It Turns Out You Really Can Catch The “Running Bug” appeared first on Women's Running.
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6 Reasons I Loved The Boston Marathon That Have Nothing To Do With Time

Apr 21 5:12pm Women's Running
Here are the things Run Eat Repeat is celebrating about her Boston Marathon race that have nothing to do with her finishing time. The post 6 Reasons I Loved The Boston Marathon That Have Nothing To Do With Time appeared first on Women's Running.
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The Foolproof Guide To Combatting Chafing Down There

Apr 21 4:59pm Women's Running
We asked a board certified gynecologist—and runner—about how to take care of your most-delicate areas and prevent chafing. The post The Foolproof Guide To Combatting Chafing Down There appeared first on Women's Running.
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Should You Run A Race Wearing A Watch?

Apr 21 4:50pm Women's Running
One runner shares the pros and cons of wearing a watch—GPS or not—during a cross country race and what you should consider. The post Should You Run A Race Wearing A Watch? appeared first on Women's Running.
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I Cried Heaving Sobs At The Start Line Of My First Race

Apr 21 4:45pm Women's Running
One runner had a memorable first race and learned a lot of important lessons that day. Here's how she saw the light through the tears. The post I Cried Heaving Sobs At The Start Line Of My First Race appeared first on Women's Running.
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Boost Agility With This Fun Footwork Exercise From An Olympian

Apr 21 3:24pm Women's Running
Alysia Montaño has to be quick on her feet, both as a track runner and a mother! Check out her quick footwork exercise that can be done on The post Boost Agility With This Fun Footwork Exercise From An Olympian appeared first on Women's Running.
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10 Fast Runners to Watch at the London Marathon

Apr 21 2:45pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
The fields are loaded with talented athletes, including two Americans looking to race personal best times on Sunday.
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Newton Running Reorganizes Without Its Original Visionary

Apr 21 1:14pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
The company promises to return to its focus on serious runners who want to run more efficiently.
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Watch: 5 Questions for a Pregnant Runner

Apr 21 12:06pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
When a member of your running tribe is expecting, you have to ask her the strangest questions you can think of.
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WATCH: Spartan 5K sprint review

Apr 21 10:35am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Assistant editor Isaac Williams unleashes his inner warrior at the Spartan South East Sprint – watch his race review below – or for the full race review, see the June issue of Men’s Running (p90). If you would like to take part in a future Spartan event, you can SAVE 15\% with promotional code xxxxxxxx. Click... The post WATCH: Spartan 5K sprint review appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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A Primer on the Sub-2-Hour Marathon

Apr 21 10:31am Runner\'s World Magazine Daily News
Frequently asked questions about the attempt to run 1:59:59 or better.
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Run for the British Heart Foundation

Apr 21 9:33am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Are you a hero of the North or a champion of the South? When it comes to heart disease, there’s no such thing as the North-South divide. It kills 1 in 4 of us across the UK. Get a guaranteed charity place in the iconic Royal Parks Half or the world’s most popular half marathon,... The post Run for the British Heart Foundation appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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7 Tips For Final London Marathon Prep

Apr 21 7:55am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
1. Don’t try anything new Now is not the time to try to make up for missed sessions, to run faster than normal, or to explore new and exciting training routes. Stick to what you know. Most important of all, don’t be tempted to break out a shiny new pair of shoes – if you... The post 7 Tips For Final London Marathon Prep appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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22 Most Popular Marathons

Apr 21 7:15am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
When you run in a marathon, knowing that you’ll get a medal is a must for many, but how likely is it you’ll even get a place? Do you have to join a ballot to get a ticket? Do you need to have run a marathon previously? And, most importantly, do you get a free... The post 22 Most Popular Marathons appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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How To Stay Strong And Run Down Your Pre-Race Fear

Apr 20 7:19pm Women's Running
Sure, Run Selfie Repeat is scared going in to her second Boston Marathon qualifying attempt. But she isn't going to let it stop her. The post How To Stay Strong And Run Down Your Pre-Race Fear appeared first on Women's Running.
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5 Strategies To Help You Survive Your Race Taper

Apr 20 7:09pm Women's Running
Keep your head in the game and don't worry whether or not you're ready to race—just do these things to stay occupied (and injury-free). The post 5 Strategies To Help You Survive Your Race Taper appeared first on Women's Running.
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This Is The Best Playlist To Accompany Your Marathon Training

Apr 20 7:01pm Women's Running
These songs are faster than what you'll hear on the radio to give you just the extra boost you need for marathon training. The post This Is The Best Playlist To Accompany Your Marathon Training appeared first on Women's Running.
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Tone It Ups New Protein Powder (And A Cookie Recipe!)

Apr 20 6:41pm Women's Running
We talked to Karena and Katrina, founders of Tone It Up, to find out more about their new protein powder and get a healthy recipe. The post Tone It Up’s New Protein Powder (And A Cookie Recipe!) appeared first on Women's Running.
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Lauren Fleshman Is Expecting A Little Baby Girl

Apr 20 6:35pm Women's Running
Congratulations! The post Lauren Fleshman Is Expecting A Little Baby Girl appeared first on Women's Running.
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I Finished Last Place In A Race And Am Proud Of That!

Apr 20 6:25pm Women's Running
One runner finished a recent 10K in last place. Here is why she is proud of the accomplishment—and why you shouldn't feel bad for her. The post I Finished Last Place In A Race And Am Proud Of That! appeared first on Women's Running.
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8 Tips for First-Time Half Marathoners from Runners World Staffers

Apr 20 11:36am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
If you’re making your debut at the 13.1-mile distance, mind these words of wisdom from people who’ve been there and done that.
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ens Roller from EvoFit Review

Apr 20 11:07am Believe In The Run
Back in the fall of 2016 Thomas and I visited a local fitness/nutrition/wellness instructor (Jason Williams) who was offering 30-minute one-on-one foam rolling sessions. It sounded horribly painful, so naturally, we booked two spots. He introduced us to the magical ensō Roller. What makes the ensō roller different from any other foam roller? To start, it’s.. The post ensō Roller from EvoFit Review appeared first on Believe In The Run.
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Mile Markers: Winging It

Apr 20 8:56am Runner\'s World Magazine Daily News
During a difficult race, there is nothing like a wingman to get you through.
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London Marathon: All You Need To Know

Apr 20 7:19am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
How do I get my race number? If you haven’t already, you need to get yourself down to the ExCeL Centre before 5pm on Saturday 23rd. The address is ExCel, 1 Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL and is reachable on Docklands Light Railway. You can drive to the ExCel centre, but you’ll need... The post London Marathon: All You Need To Know appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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How To Look At Disappointing Race Results In A Positive Way

Apr 19 5:32pm Women's Running
A talk with a sports psychologist helped changed one runner's outlook on her performance—and her race results—for the better. The post How To Look At Disappointing Race Results In A Positive Way appeared first on Women's Running.
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Tennessee Runner Saves Woman from Sinking Car

Apr 19 1:48pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Gloria Davis saw the accident, then dove into a pond to help the driver.
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This May Be the Hardest Running Video Game Ever Made

Apr 19 12:00pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
In a quest to dominate the genre, one gamer met his ultimate match when he played “QWOP.”...
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These Two 80-Year-Olds Are Quite Possibly the Cutest Running Couple Ever

Apr 19 11:26am Runner\'s World Magazine Daily News
When they race, you can’t miss them—one often sports a cowboy hat, and they run together holding hands.
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The Best Running Shoes of 2017

Apr 19 10:12am Runner\\\'s World Magazine Daily News
Here are the shoes that have been given one of RW’s four awards: Editor’s Choice, Best Buy, Best Debut, or Best Update.
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Spartan Race & Marriott Rewards Discount Partnership

Apr 18 8:06pm Trail Running Blog
Do you have a hotel of choice when you travel? If you’re a Spartan Race participant (or interested in becoming one), you may want to switch and become a Marriott Rewards member. Spartan Race has partnered up with Marriott Rewards to provide race discounts for new members. Here are some of the perks for joining […] The post Spartan Race & Marriott Rewards Discount Partnership appeared first on Trail Running Blog.
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Reebok Harmony Road Performance Review

Apr 18 4:18pm Believe In The Run
The Reebok Harmony Road doesn’t make sense. It reminds me of the bumblebee quote. “Aerodynamically, the bumblebee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumblebee doesn’t know it so it goes on flying anyway.”  The stats are all wrong on this shoe. 13mm drop? That is ridiculous. Sounds like a high heel. The weight is 11.45.. The post Reebok Harmony Road Performance Review appeared first on Believe In The Run.
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This Man Lost 174 Pounds With Help From His Running Group

Apr 18 1:28pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
“The people I’ve met through running can never be duplicated. They have helped push me to achieve my goals.”...
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The Royal Family Will Cheer On Runners at the London Marathon

Apr 18 11:15am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Prince Harry, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge aim to raise awareness for Heads Together, a mental health program, at this year’s race.
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TRX Training For Runners

Apr 18 11:12am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Whether you’re preparing for a marathon or just going for a jog around the block, TRX training is a great way to improve or recover and strengthen efficiently. “The TRX is particularly good for runners because it will help build strength in your legs while working the whole body in several planes of movement, which... The post TRX Training For Runners appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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Incredible Welsh Dragon Strava Art

Apr 18 6:31am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Two runners, Martyn Driscoll and Alan Stone, ran over a marathon to draw the GPS outline of a Giant Welsh Dragon, using Strava. The activity of creating outlines using GPS, known as Strava Art, has seen growing popularity in recent years; with anything from marriage proposals to dead snowman drawings being created by runners and cyclists... The post Incredible Welsh Dragon Strava Art appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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Win a Berlin Marathon Trip For 2!

Apr 18 6:11am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Win a £1,500 Berlin Marathon trip for 2 with Men’s Running and 2:09 Events. Taking place on Sunday 24th September, the super flat Berlin marathon continues to astonish with the performances run there and now you can run with the best. Kenyan runner Wilson Kipsang tore up the roads in 2013 with a World best... The post Win a Berlin Marathon Trip For 2! appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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7 Top Tips For Running The London Marathon

Apr 18 5:16am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Emily Drakes, Lead Physiotherapist at HCA at the Shard shares her advice on avoiding last-minute niggles and injuries. With just five days to go until this year’s London Marathon, many runners are tapering their training down towards the big day. However, this training period also carries a high risk of injury as Emily Drakes, Lead... The post 7 Top Tips For Running The London Marathon appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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Bunbury Half Marathon Race Report

Apr 18 4:24am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
There was an Englishman, an Irishman and an Australian…but it’s not the start of a joke, it’s the start of a race – the Bunbury Half Marathon in Western Australia. There was of course more than one Aussie taking part, and I wasn’t even the only Englishman, but as we waited on a sunny morning... The post Bunbury Half Marathon Race Report appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
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The Truth about Constant Exposure to EMF and its Effects on Your Health

Apr 17 6:57pm Dr. Nick's Running Blog
  Everyone has heard of electro-magnetic fields, as it is a natural occurrence all around us. Even our own bodies produce EMF in accordance with its natural functions. But nowadays, with the proliferation of electronic gadgets, appliances, and technology, we are more likely to absorb a greater amount of EMFs than is good for us. […] The post The Truth about Constant Exposure to EMF and its Effects on Your Health appeared first on Dr. Nick's Running Blog.
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How Beginners Can Eliminate Walk Breaks During Runs

Apr 17 5:37pm Women's Running
One coach shares why walk breaks shouldn't be used indefinitely and how new runners can slowly—and safely—transition away from them. The post How Beginners Can Eliminate Walk Breaks During Runs appeared first on Women's Running.
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15 Benefits Of Running Without Training For A Race

Apr 17 5:34pm Women's Running
Here's why you may want to take a break from racing and instead just enjoy the love you have for the sport by running for fun. The post 15 Benefits Of Running Without Training For A Race appeared first on Women's Running.
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6 Foods Perfect For Both Fueling Runs And Losing Weight

Apr 17 5:29pm Women's Running
It doesn't have to be a struggle to find the right balance between cutting back on calories and eating enough to properly fuel your runs. The post 6 Foods Perfect For Both Fueling Runs And Losing Weight appeared first on Women's Running.
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Tatyana McFadden Reflects On Fast Fourth-Place Finish In Boston

Apr 17 5:27pm Women's Running
Here's what Tatyana McFadden had to say at the post-race press conference—and a look at what is to come for her the rest of the year. The post Tatyana McFadden Reflects On Fast Fourth-Place Finish In Boston appeared first on Women's Running.
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