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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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Strength training should be an integral part of life. Not just for us runners but for anyone who wishes to combat the adverse effects of modern-day society. If you want to have the strength and mobility to perform everyday tasks with ease until old age and want to look better naked, you better be strong. …

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So you decided to strength train. You know it will help you to prevent running injuries and make you a faster, leaner runner. If you avoid the trap of randomly chaining workouts together but instead follow a structured training plan (which you should!), you face one question. How to train in a way that allows …

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You are serious about making progress in your training. You know that tracking your workouts is essential. But what exactly do you measure? And – what should you? When it comes to running, most of us note down mileage and pace. If you are ambitious – or just a data geek like me – you …

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  Kettlebells are my favorite piece of training equipment. Well, maybe barefoot running shoes come before that, but kettlebells are my number one choice as far as strength training tools are concerned. Why? Because they are incredibly versatile, take up little space, and can be taken outside. The training effects are numerous, and you can …

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