October 2021

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“I have no time” may be the recreational runner’s favorite excuse to avoid strength training. Despite studies showing how a strength training routine can reduce running injuries and improve running performance, many runners skip strength training. Chances are, you too are juggling your training, a full-time job, family responsibilities, and community commitments. And chances are, …

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Do you set running goals? Which ones? Maybe you decided you want to be able to run for 30 minutes without stopping, or you have your eyes set on finishing your first marathon. Now think about how you felt about those goals when you set them. Did they seem realistic to you – or, as …

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Us runners love our carbs. Pasta parties, carbohydrate loading, and aid stations stocked with fruit, cakes, and coke illustrate the importance of carbohydrates for running performance. But are carbohydrates the preferred fuel for your athletic pursuits, or is fat a better alternative? Should you give up on sugary gels and sports drinks and opt for …

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How committed are you? To live your dream life, have your dream relationship, and the running goals you want to achieve? If you constantly think about running goals you’d like to achieve but find yourself giving up before reaching them; you are unwilling to make the sacrifices required to attain them. You are not willing …

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According to The Sports Injury Bulletin, 70-80 % of runners get injured every year. I used to be one of them. When I started running in 2006, I needed to take a break after six months already. I developed a sharp pain in my knee that made even walking difficult. Because I was about to …

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