Tag Archives: Running Tips

The Best Winter Running Gear

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To some the following statement might sound weird, but so far this winter I’ve already had the pleasure of being able to enjoy three or four snowy weather runs.

How can running in the snow be enjoyable, you ask? Well, it’s all about having the right gear. If you’re dressed right with the best winter running gear, running in the cold, and yes, even the snow (and even while it’s snowing) won’t feel like a drag. Read More

How To Get Motivated For Running Outside In Winter

Running Outside in the Winter

Running in the cold: to many that phrase sounds pretty unpleasant. In fact, doing anything outside in the winter can sound pretty unpleasant. Especially when you have the choice of being warm and cozy inside.

But after spending some time with the “it’s too cold to run outside” mentality, I finally decided to at least give it a try and, to my surprise, found that it can be not just bearable, but actually enjoyable. Read More

Strength Running Marathon Training Plan Review: Part 2

Marathon Training Plan Review

I told y’all I’d be back with my final review of the marathon training plan I followed for this year’s NYC Marathon.

Well, I’ve finished training, I’ve crossed the finish line and after four weeks or so of recovery, I’m ready to share my final thoughts on the plan as a whole. Read More

Q&A With Coach: Running Injuries 101

Tips For Preventing Running Injuries

Most runners are no stranger to aches, pains and, unfortunately, full-fledged injuries. Most runners also know that it’s hard to determine when something that feels off is a cause for concern, versus when it’s simply part of normal fatigue that can be remedied without much fuss.

I had this very problem during my most recent training cycle. One day, all of a sudden, after I stood up from my desk I noticed a strange pain in my right calf. I was confused because there had been no sign of this at any time while I was running.

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5 Reasons You Should Run With A Buddy

Run With A Buddy

You could call me what some would refer to as an “introvert.”

I’ve always enjoyed my “me time.” When I was younger I would plop myself down in the playroom and I could easily entertain myself for hours on end with Barbie, Ken, baby Kelly and their new RV camper, complete with built-in bunk beds and a Barbie barbecue. I was perfectly content exploring my imagination and creating fairytale worlds of my own. I didn’t need a say from anyone else. 

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