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Two Ways To Run Faster by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Spring is rapidly approaching and it’s time to start preparing for those races you committed to doing this winter.  For some, just finishing is the goal and they should feel ... Read on »
Worst Foods In America List Is Misleading by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding recently published their list of the 20 Unhealthiest Drinks and 20 Worst Foods in America for 2009.  They found some food so bad for you th ... Read on »
P90X: Great Cross-Training For Runners by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Any exercise program or equipment that uses “As Seen On TV” for marketing makes me extremely skeptical.  While the new P90X training program does use that promotional phrase ... Read on »
Best Running Shoe Setup For Winter Running by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Winter is in full force throughout most of the country.  But you don’t have to be confined to running on a treadmill inside.  Besides wearing a hat, gloves and warmer clothe ... Read on »
Strengthen Hips and Outer Quad to Reduce Running Pain by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Many people who are new to running or have taken a long time off experience hip and knee pain when starting up.  There is a good chance it is because the hip and outer quad ... Read on »
Rock N’ Roll Arizona is Best First Time Marathon by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Marathon popularity has grown tremendously over the past few years.  Every year thousands of people across the country will run their first marathon.  For many first timers, ... Read on »
Log and Plan Workouts With The Training Calendar by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Athlo has reached a major milestone in the site’s feature development. The training calendar is now live and the link can be found in your main title bar after logging in ... Read on »
On-Site Feedback and Terms of Use by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Development of Athlo.com is progressing nicely. We have added two small, but very important sections to the site, feedback and the Terms of Use. You can now provide fe ... Read on »
Athlo.com is Live by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Welcome to Athlo.com. We’re excited to finally be “turning on” our site to the public after months of hard work developing custom training algorithms, social networking a ... Read on »
Welcome to the Athlo Blog by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running We’ve taken the announcements section off of the homepage and decided to create a blog to let everyone know what is going on in the Athlo world. We will be able to go into ... Read on »
Escape From Alcatraz Perspective by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Last week I finished the Escape from Alcatraz (EFA) Triathlon in San Francisco, which was a flat out awesome race.  Google it and you’ll see what I’m talking about.  EFA i ... Read on »
Introducing the Athlo Team by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Each member of Athlo brings his own strengths to this multi-sport team. Mark McBride: CEO and development lead for web applications.  2001 West Point graduate with a B. ... Read on »
Add Workout Details With Exercises by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running We posted some significant, yet seamless, updates to the form that allows you to add new workouts.  Now when you add a workout, you have a few new options: Add exerci ... Read on »
Marathon Training Plan Generation by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running We have finally made public one of the features we’re most excited about: training plan generation.  Based on scientific data and their own training experience, Ryan and J ... Read on »
Jack Quinn’s Running Club Popularity Growing by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Jack Quinn’s Irish Pub in Colorado Springs is becoming more well known for its running club than its Guiness and Irish folk music.  Last month marked the second anniversar ... Read on »
Join The Nike Human Race 10K by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Nike has the ambitious goal of getting 1 million people to run a 10K on August 31st, 2008.  You can register for the race is in 25 major cities around the world, 4 of them ... Read on »
Style Redesign and Content Tour by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Athlo has a new, clean style that we think helps to bring key content to the forefront while at the same time being unobtrusive.  First, we’ve added subtle tabs to the top ... Read on »
Dean Karnazes’s Ultramarathon Movie and Running Book by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Dean Karnazes is a name that has become more and more widely known in the running community. For anyone who does not know who he is, 60 Minutes recently said that “it’s l ... Read on »
American Cycling Has Strong Showing In 2008 Tour de France by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running It has been 4 years since Lance Armstrong last dominated the toughest bike race in the world but American cycling is still growing in strength and popularity despite his r ... Read on »
TrailSmiths Launch Alpine Summer Term Program by Ryan K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running TrailSmiths is an outdoor leadership education company based in Colorado Springs who recently announced they are expanding internationally. The TrailSmiths will be partne ... Read on »