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.
If you have not added at least one day of strength training to your weekly running routine you are doing yourself a huge disservice. Most runners think that time off Full Article »
Spend less time planning your run and more time running. If you typically run 9 minute miles on your recovery runs, leave your Garmin plugged in, don’t go on mapmyrun.com, and simply Full Article »
Runners are notorious for logging mileage or killage, and we encourage you to do so. NOW is the time to add another section to your training log. MOBILITY MINUTES.
Back in January, Brandon Laan wrote an informative article about what exactly pace bunnies (or rabbits) are. You often see them on the track and on the road, pacing some Full Article »
Some of you will be reluctant to start reading this article let alone finish it for the simple fact that you do not want to get up any earlier than Full Article »
At the risk of your non-running colleagues referring to you as that crazy runner chick or dude, below is a list of the top 10 things every runner should keep Full Article »
The average pair of running specific shoes costs about $120 USD. It is recommended that you replace your shoes every 300 miles or 500 kilometres. This means that it costs the Full Article »
It wasn’t long ago that Chantelle Wilder shared an article entitled The Training Log, An Absolutely Essential Tool in which she named the Top 5 reasons to keep a training log. Full Article »
I am always preaching about the importance of mobility. Most of the time I am telling you what TO DO, for example, learn how to stretch Wharton Style or complete our Yoga Full Article »