Adventures In Running

IT'S NOT HOW FAST YOU ARE, IT'S HOW FAST YOU LOOK!

NOT Knowing Is Half The Battle

Why does it seem training runs require so much effort, yet racing flows so much easier?  Is it the crowd?  The adrenaline? Or maybe the competition? This was something I pondered while running up my own personal “Heart Attack Hill” for the quadrillionth time last Monday.  I came to the conclusion that no matter where I […]

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“Rotate This!” or “Why Having Multiple Pairs Of Shoes Is A Good Thing”

Shoe rotation is something that most of us usually don’t think much about, but is extremely important.  It can help prevent injuries such as shin splints, Achilles tendinitis and calf strains, among other problems. A majority of running shoes have cushions that will compress and expand while you are putting them through their daily pummeling […]

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