I recently received an e-mail from an experienced Masters runner who was interested in having me design a Boston Marathon program for her, but admitted she was hesitant in contacting me because she heard through the grapevine that I typically run twice a day, and therefore might include doubles in her program as well. Continue reading “Are Two-A-Day Runs Appropriate For You?”
Meghan Canfield Arbogast is a licensed massage therapist, widow, and a woman who refuses to let age define her or her goals. Read on to learn what she will eat the night before the trials and who will be on site to support her. Continue reading “Meghan Canfield Arbogast Refuses To Let Age Define Her Or Her Goals”
Take a few minutes to print out these quotes and post them around your house. I suggest placing these 5 quotes in the following places. Continue reading “5 Running Quotes That Will Get You Through The Winter Months”
The early bird gets the worm…or a whole bunch of benefits when it comes to signing up in advance for your next race. Even though winter has barely begun, signing up now for next year’s races is smart. Below are some of the benefits to signing up as early as you can. Continue reading “6 Reasons Why You Should Register Early”
We are going to take a somewhat unusual approach to this resolution article. We have written several articles on how to stay motivated and how to set goals properly. These articles are a great resource, but sometimes change requires drastic measures. Continue reading “5 Foolproof Steps To Prove You Can Keep Your New Year’s Resolution”
When I rise out of bed in the morning, I can think of one million reasons (EXCUSES) why I shouldn’t run. Nevertheless, I find myself finishing my run as the sun comes up day after day because I know that the key to success in endurance sports is consistency. I was unaware of all of the idiosyncrasies I had created to adhere to my lifestyle, so after having them pointed out to me, I thought I would share my top 5 ways to get out the door this spring.
1) Set a Goal: It does not matter if your goal is to run a world record or to simply lose 5 pounds, YOU MUST write down your goal and share it with the world. I like to write down 1, 5, and 10 year goals and work backwards. Continue reading “Need Motivation? Top 5 ways to get out the door this spring”
This is a brand new section of runnersfeed.com that we are over-the-moon excited about. For years now I have enjoyed reading about unique workouts, eating habits, and the quirky ways of individuals in the running community. Continue reading “Read a Blog to Learn About Others, Write a Blog to Learn About Yourself”