How many times have you been given a gift card, left it in your wallet for over a year and when you finally try to use it you find out that it has already expired? The disappointment ensues, and you are determined that next time you will not forget about it. The same thing used to happen to me with my benefits from work. Continue reading “Runners With Benefits”
Magdalena Donahue, an elite marathon runner, grad student, and expectant mother, takes time to speak with Runners Feed about her Olympic Trials experience while being 3 months pregnant, prenatal training, and life in general. Continue reading “Donahue On Running The U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials While Pregnant”
If you have a question for Canadian 10,000 meter record holder and Olympic hopeful, now is your chance! Canadian Running Magazine is hosting a live chat with Simon Bairu at 12pm EST today. Continue reading “Live Chat With Simon Bairu At 12pm EST Today”
Although I was never into distance running before, I would commonly go through periods of time when I ran 3-5 days a week, 5km each time. During these stints of running, I became acutely aware that when you’re running and you have to go to the washroom, the feeling is much more imminent than in every day life. Continue reading “Dating A Distance Runner: Number 2”
Phil Wharton was a competitive athlete in high school as a member of both the track and soccer teams. While a member of these teams, Phil was running approximately 35 miles a week. After high-school, he transitioned quickly into the collegiate running system where he immediately increased his mileage to 90 miles per week, placing demands on a body that wasn’t able to adapt. If this sounds eerily familiar, you should keep reading. Continue reading “The Wharton’s Active Isolated Stretching”
Context is everything. For some runners creating the boundaries of context is where we need to start. What I mean by that is that there is life outside of running and your outfit must reflect this. When the context is grey like going to and from class, then feel free to wear your running attire and pass it off as comfort casual wear. However, there are times in life where running should be left out. Continue reading “Running Shoes DON’T go with everything”
I have to be honest, before I started dating a distance runner, I had no real interest in the sport and knew nothing about it. A Fartlek to me sounded like a word someone made up to describe a combination of a couple dirty and disgusting things. And a split was a term that was vacant to me unless beside the word banana or when pluralized by my dance teacher cuing me to attempt a very painful exercise. Continue reading “Dating a Distance Runner: Part 1 “Intro to the Sport””
For 15 years, Mac Outpost has been and remains the ONLY store in London and the surrounding region to deal exclusively in Apple and Apple related products and we are so excited to have them as one of our exhibitors at the Two Men And A Tent Health and Fitness Expo.
Mac Outpost’s knowledgeable and friendly staff will be present to answer any general questions you have about Apple relatedproducts as well as how they can best be used to track, and measure your fitness goals. Mac Outpost has always made customer service a priority and does so while maintaing a knowledgeable staff that combined, has over 45 years of experience. The huge advantage that Mac Outpost provides to local Apple users is that they have in-house bench technicians, field technicians, and even a systems engineer to help with every range of need from a home set-up to a complex, corporate installation. Continue reading “Press Release: Mac Outpost Will Exhibit at Two Men And A Tent Health & Fitness Expo”
Sunningdale Dental Centre is excited about partnering with the Rock the Road 10k Race to support the Sunshine Foundation and to give back to a community who has supported them. “Rock the Road 10K is a new event to our community, that promotes health and fitness through running, as well as supporting a great charity – the Sunshine Foundation. This amazing charity brings smiles to the faces of children with extreme disabilities or life threatening illnesses. The promotion of fitness, health and smiles — it just seemed like a good fit!
Sunningdale Dental Centre attribute their continued success to their team of people who are not only passionate about oral health, but also about working as a team to provide outstanding patient care. Their goal has always been to create beautiful, healthy smiles for the duration of their patient’s lifetime. I know that their generous donation will definitely help put a smile on the faces of those running in the race on Sunday as well as those children who benefit from the money raised by the event.
Continue reading “Press Release: Sunningdale Dental Centre Announced as Silver Sponsor of the Rock the Road 10k”
LONDON, ON (16-AUG)- Today, Runners Feed, LTD. officially announced their partnership with Moksha Yoga London who will be taking part in the Rock the Road 10K festivities by occupying a booth at the Two Men And A Tent Health & Fitness Expo.
Moksha Yoga London introduced hot yoga to Londoners way back in 2003. As originators of hot yoga in London, Moksha is also deeply embedded in the London community and have donated close to $100,000 to various organizations and individuals through our weekly Karma classes, including the Sunshine Foundation.
Moksha Yoga London owner, Annette Mellor is excited to team up with Brandon Laan and the Rock the Road 10K to bring London a premium Health & Fitness Expo because it supports a good cause and they feel as if they have something special to offer the running community in London. “We believe yoga is an integral part of any activity and it’s at events like this we can get to know the running community. Continue reading “Press Release: Moksha Yoga London at Two Men And A Tent Health & Fitness Expo”