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Injury Prevention

Yoga Poses for Common Running Injuries
Mar 11, 2013 Ξ 3 comments

Yoga Poses for Common Running Injuries

posted by Alice Toyonaga

At some point in their running “career”, runners get injured. Some listen to their bodies, take the time they need and aim to heal as quickly as possible. Others (read,  Full Article »

Training

Have the Financial Freedom to Enjoy Running in Your Later Years
Jan 21, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

Have the Financial Freedom to Enjoy Running in Your Later Years

posted by Greg Wieczorek

Last January I had the pleasure of spending a weekend in Houston, Texas with a group of friends which included Dave Nevitt, a familiar name within the Maritime running community.  Full Article »

Training

Top 5 Ways to Make Learning to Run More Fun
Jan 9, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

Top 5 Ways to Make Learning to Run More Fun

posted by Jeremy Hill

Throughout life we are all taking first steps. First steps as a child, training wheels, first day of school, and first kisses. It’s just a part of life.

News

Body Fat Percentage Testing in a BOD POD
Jan 3, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

Body Fat Percentage Testing in a BOD POD

posted by Jennifer

BODY FAT PERCENTAGE TESTING / BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS Instead of tying to “lose weight” this January, why not make a better New Years resolution to focus on changing the quality  Full Article »

Training

The 3 B’s Of Running
Jan 1, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

The 3 B’s Of Running

posted by Brandon

A very wise and well-respected chiropractor in California mentioned the three B’s of running to me a couple months ago. I was tempted to pretend I knew what he was referring  Full Article »

News

Set Goals, Embrace the New Year
Dec 31, 2012 Ξ 1 comment

Set Goals, Embrace the New Year

posted by Alice Toyonaga

Runners are not new to the concept of goal-setting. From recreational runners who have completed their first training plan towards a 5km to endurance athletes who have run countless marathons,  Full Article »

Training

Should You Be A Pace Bunny?
Nov 25, 2012 Ξ Leave a comment

Should You Be A Pace Bunny?

posted by admin

Most runners who have participated in a marathon or half-marathon are quite familiar with the sight of pace bunnies in their midst. They are usually quite recognizable with their cut  Full Article »

Training

The Why and How of Maintaining your Fitness in the Off-Season
Nov 18, 2012 Ξ Leave a comment

The Why and How of Maintaining your Fitness in the Off-Season

posted by Greg Wieczorek

At this point in the year many runners have recently completed their goal fall race and are enjoying certain lifestyle changes that come with not having a big event that  Full Article »

Training

Been There Running Moments
Nov 5, 2012 Ξ Leave a comment

Been There Running Moments

posted by Marie Walsh

In no particular order some of the most common moments that many runners can sympathize, laugh and relate with:

Yoga

Why Runners Should Try Yoga
Nov 4, 2012 Ξ 1 comment

Why Runners Should Try Yoga

posted by Alice Toyonaga

As both a long-distance runner and a yoga teacher/student, I understand the benefits that can be gained from both pounding the pavement and being on your mat and the affinities  Full Article »

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