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The Running High: A History of Corruption and Controversy Part II by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running When looking back at the history of our sport, I came across one event, one detail that seems to have shaped our sport domestically more than any other event in recent his ... Read on »
Running Wild: The Hangover by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running It’s the morning after your long run… Despite hydrating like crazy, eating protein within the hour, and generally taking it easy you wake up feeling like it’s the morn ... Read on »
Run for Your Life: Run Safe! The 10 Commandments of Running Safety by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Alone. Outside… Scary or liberating? “Alone” and “Outside” might be two of your favorite things about running – I know they are mine. But I hate to be the bearer ... Read on »
The Running High: 5 Ways to Spring Forward your Training by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running As the flowers bloom, so should your training! Spring is one of the best times of the year to get out the door and explore. No, this is not the 2nd part of my litt ... Read on »
Running Wild: Taking It Up a Notch by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running When did you know that you were ready to bite the bullet, throw on that bib number, and go after it? Registering for a 10K, half marathon, a marathon, a triathlon…the poss ... Read on »
Run for Your Life: Weight Gurus App Sync Scale Review and GIVEAWAY! by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running [Disclaimer: I was provided with a scale for review, however all opinions are my own genuine thoughts on the product] I’ll have it be known: I am not a “weigher.” Up u ... Read on »
The Running High: A History of Controversy and Corruption. Part 1 by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Jim Thorpe at the 1912 Olympic Games, held in Stockholm, Sweden. The past few weeks have been filled with tales of controversy stemming from incidents, disqualificat ... Read on »
Running Wild: Group Training 101 by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running When you first started running, you probably just laced up and set out. But as time went on you may have asked yourself whether there were others out there who shared your ... Read on »
Run for Your Life: 10 Ways to Spring Clean Your Running Routine by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Hey runner friends! With the “springing forward” of the clocks and the change of seasons just around the corner, it’s time to refresh your running routine. The days ar ... Read on »
The Running High: The Nuances and Oddities of Running Courtesy by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running A hat like this would make it much easier. So the last few weeks have been, well, of a more serious nature.  Time to take a break from all that controversy talk and ... Read on »
Running Wild Eats by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Plenty of us started running to crush a few lbs…but then came the “ rungry ” paradox. Transitioning into a “food as fuel” mindset can be a challenge (when you figure out t ... Read on »
Run for Your Life: A Runner’s Letter of Apologies and Thanks…to the Treadmill by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Hello Runner Friends! Happy March – Hallelujah. It’s been a long time comin’. On that note, I know a lot of you have experienced a long winter. A long, cold, relen ... Read on »
The Running High: What is Wrong with Track and Field Part II by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running There was never supposed to be a follow-up to last weeks post about the state of track and field.  I was going to move on to other, undeniably happier subjects, that would ... Read on »
Running Wild: Apera Performance Duffel Review and Giveaway by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I recently scored a new gym bag from Apera – the Performance Duffel. I’m a sucker for running gear…especially gear whose purpose is carrying even more goodies. I don’t b ... Read on »
Run for Your Life: That Run Got Ya Down? The Four R’s To Bouncing Back After a Bad Run by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Hi again! Happy Tuesday, runner friends! On Friday, after a long week, I needed a good run. I was looking forward to the type of run where you let the stress of the we ... Read on »
The Running High: What is wrong with Track and Field? by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running It seems like these days, that the sport of track and field has been pushed to obscurity. There once used to be a heyday of track and field, a day when you could find ... Read on »
Running Wild: Making the Most of Your (Training) Time by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running We are always on the go – if we aren’t on the road or out on the trails, we are running around balancing work, school, family, friends, and everything else.  Training ca ... Read on »
Run For Your Life: The Runger Games – Tips for Managing Your Runner’s Appetite by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Running and e ating – one of life’s greatest pairs, am I right? You can’t have one without the other, and really, who’d want to? When I first started training, I hear ... Read on »
The Running High: How to Find your Perfect (Shoe) Valentine by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running One of the hardest decisions that many runners face (Besides what to eat for breakfast) is how to find your perfect shoe.   And with all the resources available out there ... Read on »
Running Wild: Defining Motivation by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I was recently at an office party when my running became the topic of conversation (I was trying to make a quick getaway and used a planned training run as my exit strateg ... Read on »