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Training for Your First Half Marathon by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Covers Staying Motivated, Running for Charity, Building Up to the Long Run, Cross Training, What to Eat and Race Day Prep Read on »
Is There An Ultra-Marathon In You? by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Tips and advice for speedy and affective recovery - by Marisa Pirih. Read on »
Is There An Ultra-Marathon In You? by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training "Ultra" means far beyond the norm. Most people, even runners, agree ultra-marathoners are "beyond the norm." But most runners would be surprised to learn that an ultra-maratho ... Read on »
Oh Baby! Running While Pregnant by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Is running while pregnant safe for the average or beginning runner? The key is to listen to and respect the body. It\'s imperative pregnant runners discuss and monitor their e ... Read on »
Stretch It Out! by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Increased Flexibility Leads to Stronger Runs Runners are guilty of many bad habits. We've been known to oversleep and skip a run, cave in and eat that slice of cheesecake ... Read on »
Plan Ahead : Six Simple Rules for Safe Runs by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Bound by the day job, most runners find the best time to hit the road and add mileage is during early morning or evening hours. While these runs conducted in semi-darkness p ... Read on »
Hack, Cough: Should You Run With A Cold? by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Sometimes life doesn't seem fair. What other explanation is there for why you, the runner, have a stuffed up nose and sore throat while your office mate-whose idea of daily ... Read on »
Bad Weather Runs by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Neither rain nor snow, nor sleet nor dark of night shall stay these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds. Okay, so the above is the unofficial mot ... Read on »
Running With Dogs by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training 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. Upbe ... Read on »
Hills Are Your Friends by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training When I first started running, I mentioned a route I had mapped out to an experienced runner friend of mine. "Ugh, that's a horrible run!" he said, grimacing. "It's so fla ... Read on »
The Fuss About Fartlek by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Although Fartlek tends to be the kind of term to make 10-year-old boys giggle, there's no questioning its value as a way of increasing a runner's speed and overall performan ... Read on »
Trail Running : Happy Trails by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Tips to Maximize the Joys of Trail Running. Devoted trail runners cringe at the thought of running on pavement. For them, trail running is a way of life. For the rest of ... Read on »
Training for Your First Half Marathon by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training The biggest question most first time half marathon runners face when they look in the mirror is, "Can I do it?" Let's answer that right now. Yes, you can. Absolutely. There ... Read on »
5K running plans, advice on how to train for your first 5K (3 mile) race. by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Getting Started in Running Many women, myself included started running so that they can take part in a charity event. The 5K race which is just over 3 miles, is the first ... Read on »
Bad Weather Runs by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Don't let a stretch of bad weather derail your months of training. Remember "There's no such thing as bad weather, only inadequate clothing." Read on »
Power UP: Find the Power Aid That's Right For You by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training The energy boost a power aid offers is hard to turn down. During exercise that lasts over 60 minutes or 10 miles, a runner's store of carbohydrates�our best energy source�di ... Read on »
Hills Are Your Friends by Cynthia S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training For anyone looking to become a stronger, faster runner with improved confidence and capability, hills are your new best friend. Read on »