Mar 14 7:57pm Women's Running
Running solo—no matter the location—can sometimes be scary. Here is how one trail runner is conquering her fear and preparing for The post How I’m Confronting My Fear Of Running Alone In The Woods appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 14 7:49pm Women's Running
All it takes is a few simple changes and you can be a brand new runner! Here's what to keep in mind as you age up in the sport. The post 4 Ways To Completely Reinvent Yourself As An Older Runner appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 14 7:44pm Women's Running
It's okay to be different! These simple things mean that a healthy lifestyle is truly a habit versus something you 'have' to do. The post 5 Things Those “Always Active” People Do Differently appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 14 7:22pm Women's Running
Here are a few simple ways to come together as a team and ensure you are all working toward the same goals—while having fun, too! The post 5 Ways To Bond With Your Lady Gang Teammates appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 14 7:14pm Women's Running
In this excerpt from the book 'Big Fit Girl: Embrace the Body You Have' here is why athletes come in all shapes and sizes. The post Why We Need To Reimagine The Word ‘Athlete’ appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 14 2:37pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
To celebrate the film, New Balance releases three shoes for adults and two styles for children.
Mar 14 2:08pm Women's Running
They met on their school's cross-country team! The post He Asked His Girlfriend To Prom On Strava And It’s Too Cute To Handle appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 14 1:40pm Women's Running
She is inarguably one of the greatest marathoners (with Grand Slams to prove it!) and she holds 17 medals from five Paralympic Games. The post Take A Peek Behind The Scenes With Paralympian Tatyana McFadden appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 14 1:16pm Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Whether you’re a seasoned marathoner or beginner, having the right running shoes and clothing can make a huge difference to your marathon performance. Nike has the best selection of marathon running shoes and clothing for any level of runner wanting to push for their best. Find stylish men’s marathon shoes and clothing featuring Nike’s Dri-FIT... The post Get race ready with 20\% off Nike kit appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
Mar 14 11:30am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
“One of my main goals is to show others my age that it is never too late to turn it around and be healthy and fit again.”...
Mar 14 9:21am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Here’s why it pays to listen to your coach.
Mar 14 4:57am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Headband Because when you’re running free, there’s no time for trivial things like haircuts. The headband keeps his carefree locks out of his eyes, and also looks totally rad. Necklace Handed to him by a North American shaman, the necklace is said to bring happiness, good fortune and a hearty dose of cliché to all... The post Stereotypes: The Running Hippy appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
Mar 13 9:17pm Science of Running
The race is over, the games done. You have a moment to collect your thoughts before you have a chance to make one instantaneous impression. Do you drop a word of wisdom, try to get in a quick... [ To read more, please click the title link above.]...
Mar 13 8:01pm Women's Running
Shin splints are super common—especially in women—but you don't have to suffer from them thanks to all of this information. The post A Runner’s Complete Guide To Everything Shin Splints appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 13 7:56pm Women's Running
If you're debating about running 26.2 but aren't sure you can handle it, this short list will help you find the answer you're looking for. The post 10 Signs You’re Ready To Register For Your First Marathon appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 13 7:49pm Women's Running
Instead of goals that don’t challenge you or just seem impossible, you should be focusing on small wins and stretch goals. The post Get Really Bold And Stay Realistic When Setting Goals appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 13 7:44pm Women's Running
We love our non-running friends, but there are some things about us they will never understand—especially these 20 things. The post 20 Things That Only Runners Know To Be True appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 13 7:08pm Women's Running
Pretty strong. Pretty powerful. Pretty badass. The post Under Armour Releases Meme Generator That Shares Your “I’m Pretty” Moment appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 13 7:00pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
The masters marathon legend made time for everyone when he was at races.
Mar 13 3:53pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
The Canadian, who broke 3:00 in the marathon in his 70s and 4:00 at age 85, succumbed to prostate cancer.
Mar 13 3:03pm Believe In The Run
Mileage in the Nike LunarEpic 2 Thomas: 58 Meaghan: 82 The Good Thomas: The LunarEpic was one of my favorite trainers from 2016. It even won our B.I.G. award for best innovation. The good news is, the midsole/outsole stayed the same in the LunarEpic 2. The character of the shoe is intact. The Lunarlon midsole provides.. The post Nike LunarEpic Flyknit 2 Performance Review appeared first on Believe In The Run.
Mar 13 2:46pm Women's Running
Things got a tad political in D.C. over the weekend. The post Race Signs Got A Little Political At Rock ‘n’ Roll DC appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 13 2:10pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
There’s something to forming a food habit that works for your body.
Mar 13 1:45pm Women's Running
Kelly Herron was out on a 10-mile long run during her marathon training when she found herself fighting against an attacker. The post Seattle Runner Escapes Attack By Using Self Defense appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 13 12:21pm Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Want to run faster? Using a treadmill is the perfect way to increase speed and endurance. But buying one to use at home can be daunting when there’s so much choice. Here’s five questions you should ask yourself to make sure you choose the right treadmill for you… How much space do you have? Treadmills... The post Increase your speed with a treadmill appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
Mar 13 10:14am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
An update to the popular stability shoe from Adidas.
Mar 13 9:22am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Ultrasonic waves activate cells near a bone fracture to stimulate the healing process.
Mar 13 9:20am Runner\'s World Magazine Daily News
Physical therapists insert thin (acupuncture-like) needles into tense bands of muscle.
Mar 13 9:18am Runner\\\'s World Magazine Daily News
Botox is injected into the problem spot of a muscle compressing bloodflow, effectively freezing it for three to four months.
Mar 13 9:16am Runner\\\\\\\'s World Magazine Daily News
They’re harvested and then injected into an injured area.
Mar 13 9:12am Runner\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s World Magazine Daily News
A runner’s own blood is used to stimulate the healing process in a damaged tendon or joint.
Mar 13 5:46am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Got your local Indian on your favourite contacts? Addicted to takeaways? A recent survey* showed that takeaways are rapidly becoming a weekday fixture, rather than the once-in-a-while indulgence and that men are the worst culprits. Break the habit with these three easy “fake-away” recipes from DW Fitness Clubs for a healthy alternative to your go-to favourites. Chicken Kebabs... The post Healthy Takeaway Alternatives appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
Mar 13 5:00am Runners Connect
As runners, we are all naturally keen to discover ways to avoid injury. Despite this desire, the majority of us still manage to run into problems (pun intended) which suggests that we are all either really bad at listening to good advice, or the advice we are given was never that ‘good’ in the first […]...
Mar 12 8:57am Dr. Nick's Running Blog
Are you still one of those runners who lands on your heel while wearing thick cushioned heel running shoes? You may want to focus on your strike patterns and gait instead of your shoes. Landing on your heel as opposed to striking with your midfoot not only produces more abnormal forces across your foot, it […] The post Landing on your heel will INCREASE forces across your foot appeared first on Dr. Nick's Running Blog.
Mar 10 5:33pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
He’s entered in four events at the NCAA indoor championships, and the schedule is nuts.
Mar 10 4:26pm Women's Running
One runner asked her coach some of the most common questions that runners have—and now is sharing his words of wisdom here. The post A Coach Answers Six Common Running Questions appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 10 4:24pm Women's Running
The next time you are working on your posture, know there are a few more unexpected benefits of standing tall and strong. The post Proper Posture Affects More Than Just Your Stride appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 10 4:19pm Women's Running
Dance tracks are dominating the workout playlists this month and for good reason—here's what to add to your own before your next run. The post These Are The Top 10 Workout Songs Of March 2017 appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 10 4:13pm Women's Running
So you signed up and have started training for your first obstacle race? Here is everything you need to know as race day approaches. The post 5 Things To Expect During Your First Obstacle Race appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 10 4:11pm Women's Running
Have you ever wondered why runners use things like ice baths and compression socks? So did one runner, so she went and found out. The post 4 Unproven Running Enhancements And Why We Use Them appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 10 4:08pm Women's Running
Take things step-by-step and add this workout into your training routine twice every week to build up your speed and endurance. The post Start Doing This Stair Workout After Your Runs appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 10 2:53pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
To maximize your practice and stay injury-free, befriend your teacher.
Mar 10 2:16pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
Supporting a runner who might be racing for two days straight takes patience and attention to detail.
Mar 10 1:49pm Runner\'s World Magazine Daily News
A course error left runners short of 26.2 miles, leaving them unable to submit their times to qualify for Boston.
Mar 10 1:48pm Runner\\\'s World Magazine Daily News
The Super Secret Mystery Meeting squad is heading to Ohio for the Capital City Half Marathon.
Mar 10 1:22pm Runner\\\\\\\'s World Magazine Daily News
Yusuke Kirimoto’s family used to tease him about his weight. Not anymore.
Mar 10 10:41am Runner\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s World Magazine Daily News
In order to wake up feeling refreshed every day, it takes more planning than you realize.
Mar 10 9:04am Runner's World Magazine Daily News
“I have learned the secret to eating well is simply to eat well.”...
Mar 10 8:19am RunningPhysio
We’re joined once again today by top podiatrist Simon Bartold. Regular readers will know Simon has written some cracking articles for us in the past, all of which you can find here. He joins us today to challenge common conceptions around shoe selection for runners. Follow Simon on twitter via @bartoldbiomecha and check out his […]...
Mar 10 6:12am Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men
Brutal: from the medieval Latin Brutalis meaning harsh; ferocious; inhuman. Seemingly every race these days uses words like ‘brutal’ or ‘worlds toughest’ to describe themselves. Well the newest race in the Transgrancanaria series makes no such claim but has every right to do so. A journey of 265 kilometers with over 16,500 metres of climbing... The post Transgrancanaria Race Report appeared first on Men's Running the UK's first running magazine just for men.
Mar 9 4:30pm Women's Running
Though it isn't as convenient as grabbing a juice from the store or local cafe, it can prove to be healthier to make it yourself. The post The Benefits Of Making Your Own Juice At Home appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 9 4:27pm Women's Running
With so many different foam rollers on the market, learn how to choose the best one for you—along with the right way to use it. The post The Right And Wrong Way To Foam Roll Your Body appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 9 4:23pm Women's Running
Eight glasses of water a day, right? Not so much when you’re a runner. Here's what you need to know to stay adequately hydrated. The post 8 Things You Need To Know About Hydration On The Run appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 9 4:21pm Women's Running
There are simple mistakes that can keep you from reaching your goals. Here is how to avoid making them and find your success. The post 5 Simple Reasons You’re Not Reaching Your Goals appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 9 4:17pm Women's Running
Do certain runners identify with certain types of coffee? Well, we've done the research so you can find your perfect java fit. The post Which Type Of Coffee Best Describes Your Running Personality? appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 9 4:15pm Women's Running
The Olympian will be hosting six women runners in the Bay Area for a weekend of personal training, recovery and nutrition advice. The post Alysia Montaño To Host Six Women For A Weekend Of Running appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 9 4:12pm Women's Running
Coming in Spring 2018, the Pro Hijab will be available in three colors and is made of a lightweight material to not hinder performance. The post Nike Announces Their ‘Pro Hijab’ For Female Athletes appeared first on Women's Running.
Mar 9 3:08pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
It takes a lot of preparation—but it also offers a lot of rewards.
Mar 9 2:42pm Runner's World Magazine Daily News
There’s a lot of different kinds of foam rollers out there. Here’s how to choose the right one for you.
Mar 9 2:13pm Runner\'s World Magazine Daily News
She’s training to break the tape at the race that “fires me up the most,” she says.