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You’re an in-the-know runner, so you know that core strength is an essential part of the sport. (And if you didn’t already know that, well then now you do!)
But what are the best core exercises for runners? Well, it turns out the best core exercises for runners are also just the best core exercises in general. Meaning, the core exercises that have been determined as most effective at building core strength are the same ones that runners can benefit from the most … Read More
This post is sponsored by FitFluential on behalf of Timex.
Whether you’ve been thinking of investing in the Timex Ironman ONE GPS+, or I’m just putting it on your radar now for the first time, here’s everything you need to know about this truly tricked out GPS Running watch and whether or not it’s right for you.
P.S. If you’ve been eyeing this awesome gadget, stay with me until the end, because at the end of this post you can enter for a chance to win your own! … Read More
You know that saying, “You’re stubborn as a mule”? Well really it should be, “You’re stubborn as a runner.”
That would be MUCH more accurate.
If you’re a runner (chances are you are, since you’re here reading a blog about running, right?), then you probably know exactly what I’m talking about … Read More
Like bacon, cereal or pancakes, scrambled eggs (at least to me) are a quintessential breakfast food.
I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess that most of you would agree.
Maybe, like for me, they’re not your favorite breakfast dish, but still, you can admit they’re a breakfast staple. And (as you’ll soon learn from both Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson) breakfast is absolutely, most definitely the most important meal of the day. … Read More
Snack Time is one of the most important times of the day.
If you disagree with the above statement, then we can’t be friends.
OK, I’m just kidding… A little.
But seriously, for me, eating healthy snacks in between meals is important because if I get too hungry come mealtime, I will get hangry (that’s angry as a result of being too hungry, for those unfamiliar with the term) and there’s also a good chance that I will overeat by the time I do finally get to lunch or dinner. … Read More