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Running in the Rain: Precipitation, Perspiration or Pee? by Will Run For Glitter Posted Mon 10 Sep 2012 7:38am On Saturday, I planned to run 9 miles with my cousin in preparation for next week’s race in Philly. Whereas I’d typically never intentionally run such a long route just 1 week before a half marathon, I also knew that I needed to get that distance — those 9 miles — under my belt. Running 13.1 miles without first building up to that point could h ... Read on »
Improve Your Running by Eddie Keller Facebook Posted Thu 24 Apr 2014 8:40pm Improve Your Running Leave a reply Are you a runner who wants to increase your cardio endurance for those marathons? Or maybe you’re new to running, and you just want to push it and get that first mile or two. Whatever your skill level—whether beginner or seasoned fleet-foot —   Bodyfeed Endurance Training  will show you how to take your ... Read on »
Running Nowhere Fast? Try These Tips for Increasing your Pace by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 19 Dec 2013 10:21am Seems like if you want to get faster, you'd just pick up your pace. Sounds like a simple solution, but like many things in life, what seems simple often is not. Many runners have come to the studio saying, "I just can't seem to get past a certain pace. I try to pick it up, but nothing happens or worse, I begin to slow down." To increase pace t ... Read on »
Run your way to your best performance by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 04 Jun 2014 11:51pm Happy National Running day! I'm sure you don't need a day to celebrate your joy for running but if you need a little motivation to get out the door today and move your body, this is a great day to start! It doesn’t matter if it takes you 6 minutes or 16 minutes, a mile is still a mile. No matter your fitness level, running is a great s ... Read on »
Train Your Dog for Long Distance Trail Running in 20 Steps by Vanessa Runs Facebook Posted Tue 24 Jan 2012 3:47pm Six months ago, our dog Ginger couldn’t play for more than five minutes without getting winded and lying down for the rest of the day. Today, Ginger glides through 20-mile trail runs without a sign of fatigue. We can’t keep up. I’m not a dog trainer. I’m an ultra runner currently training for my first 100-miler with a dog that loves ... Read on »
Back To Running! by Karina Arrue Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 2:00pm Hey everyone, Hope you are well. I can't believe in just a few days it will be October, that means cooler weather, sweaters, boots and great weather for running. Karina and I had our 1 year anniversary of her first half marathon in Philad ... Read on »
Guest Post: Running Workouts for Moms by JenniferLeah Posted Thu 07 Feb 2013 6:12am I started writing my blog as a way to let other people-especially new mothers-know that you can find health balancing both family and fitness! Some of my favorite memories of those "early days" of my journey to health and happiness were the miles on the road I logged with Lola in the the BOB Revolution jogging stroller.  I was a ... Read on »
How to Start Running in 7 Easy Steps by Anastasiya Goers Patient Expert Posted Tue 11 Aug 2009 10:03am This post was written by Anastasiya. Follow me on Twitter or StumbleUpon and keep your life balanced! Runner by mikebaird Thoughts of a runner: “Running… Breathe in… Breathe out… In… Out… Step… Step… A little bit more… In… Out… Here it is… Finish line… A few more steps… Must not give up… Keep going… Keep going… YEAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!! ... Read on »
Running Thoughts, Tips and FAQs by Melissa Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm REMINDER: Today is the last day for thePhysique 57 DVD Giveaway! Enter now! It’s been a while since I have done a post reflecting on some of the common questions and comments I get about running.  While this is not going to be something dramatically more insightful than anything I have written in the past— so I have included a round up of ... Read on »
Running With Dogs by Cynthia S. Posted Tue 09 Dec 2008 11:15pm Recruit a four-legged running companion and find fresh motivation to hit the road WANTED : Early morning or evening running partner. Strong listening skills desired. Upbeat, optimistic approach to life a must. Pluses include willingness to run in any weather, non-judgmental attitude, and a love of squirrels. Looking for motivation for your ... Read on »