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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 »
More Miles for Your Money: Ways to Run on a Budget by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running When I started running, I did so partly because it was free. I had just spent a lot on a move and needed to cut my spending. I figured since I was moving to a new place wi ... Read on »
The Running High: Review of Oofos Recovery Sandals by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running As a manager at a running store, and as someone with experience in the running specialty industry, I’m always excited to try new things that can make the running experienc ... Read on »
Running Wild: Runderlust Adventures Abroad by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I suffer from a serious case of wanderlust. From planning to packing to hopping on a plane and landing somewhere out of this world (figuratively) – I love traveling.  I’ve ... Read on »
Run For Your Life: Every Mile Has a Purpose, Make the Most of These 10 Types by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Hey Runner Friends! Hey Tuesday! If you are a runner, you know that each mile is unique. They’re not all easy, but each mile is worthwhile and serves us some way. ... Read on »
The Running High: A Scandalous Love Affair by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I have a confession to make. Something that could shake the very foundations of my life. And you have to understand that this is hard for me to admit… I’m havi ... Read on »
Running Wild- P.R. (Pretty Rad) Goals by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running This week started with one of my work buddies, Molly,  sharing the news: she just signed up for her first half marathon. The kicker? It’s in about 3 months and she hasn’t ... Read on »
The Running Coach: A Few Tricks Here or There to Maximize Your Running by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Via AP In this technology driven age, we Type A runners tend to get a bit caught up in the numbers. We do a run by the books—if we plan on a five miler, we do a five ... Read on »
The Running High: How I Became a Trying-to-be Professional Distance Runner by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running It’s almost every kids dream to be a professional athlete.  What kid doesn’t watch the NFL, MLB, NHL, or NBA and not want to be in those guys shoes?  They make ... Read on »
Running Wild: Running Through a Winter Wonderland by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Polar Vortex. CODE BLUE, Frost Quakes…runners, it’s cold outside. From December through February, we get to contend with cold temps, ice, snow, early darkness, frozen snot ... Read on »
Seeking New Bloggers in 2014 by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running As I transition into 2014, I am looking to add new voices to iRunnerBlog. I am looking to add two new bloggers who will have their own once a week column (like Runner ... Read on »
Happy Holidays from iRunnerBlog by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Wanted to take the time and say Happy Holidays to everyone.  As the year comes to a close I am reflecting back on a year that was filled with success, new additions and hi ... Read on »
The Running Coach: Give Back in 2014 by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running As runners, we spend a lot of time training, thinking about training, planning and running races. And that’s all great, but sometimes, it’s nice to use our running to pay ... Read on »
Last Minute Holiday Gifts for Runners by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Let’s be honest, if you have not purchased presents for the holiday’s yet you are a little behind the proverbial 8 ball. Well thankfully I’ve decided to give you a quick l ... Read on »
The Running Coach: Finish the Season With an Off Season by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running By now the majority of fall marathons are behind us, as are plenty of other races for the year. You may still have a casual turkey trot or Santa run to go, but otherwise, ... Read on »
Runner Therapy: OTS or Overtraining Syndrome by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Do these symptoms sound familiar? Fatigue or general malaise Lack of interest, lack of energy Poor performance Higher than normal blood pressure and/or ... Read on »
Runner’s Plate: Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Photo source: cookingwithtrish.com As you know if you’ve followed this column for a while, I’m a big oatmeal lover . I look forward to chilly fall mornings when I c ... Read on »
Runner Therapy: Be Prepared, NYC Marathon Checklist by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running The NYC Marathon is now in full view! Check out my list of things to prepare for now! 1. ONE well-rested athlete. Spend the rest of this week and Saturday resting. ... Read on »
The Running Coach: The Long Run, Variations on a Theme by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running For years, the standard thinking on long runs was that they should be easy, period. Your goal, the thinking went, was simply to put miles in the bank. Of late, though, tha ... Read on »
Pre-Marathon Injury, Do’s and Don’ts by irunnerblog Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Running Injury Prevention | Stretching and Preparing for Your Run … www.austin-massage.com Getting injured this close to the marathon is a tricky place to be. You ... Read on »