Increasing your running speed should be on your top priority list whether you have just signed for your first 5K, or looking to improve your marathon time. The best way to run faster is to run more miles. Therefore, today I’m going to share with you some creative and awesome training guidelines to help you improve your running speed without logging in more miles
Whether you a decorated marathoner, or a complete beginner, your running performance, recovery, and fitness levels depend, mostly, on eating the right foods at the right times. By eating the right foods and drinks at the right times, your body will recover quickly and be able to perform the way you want it to. Without the proper diet, it matters little how hard or great your running routine is, eventually, your athletic performance will suffer, and most likely start going backward. That’s why proper nutrition goes hand in hand with logging the miles. Here is the good news In today’s post, dear reader/runner, I’m sharing with you basics of proper runners diet. My hope is that by the end of this post, you’ll have all the pieces you need to start eating healthier. So, are you excited? Then here we go.
Imagine yourself enjoying a run on the trails or around the neighborhood when, and out of nowhere, a hostile dog runs up to you at light speed with fangs barred and bad intentions. Do you know what you should do? If your answer is no, then keep on reading… An Encounter of A Doggy Kind As much as I love dogs—and all animals for that matters—I don’t really like being chased, or attacked, by them while running. In fact, dogs can be a runner’s worst nightmare when they go on the offense.
The 11 Steps for Making Running a Habit for Life In today’s post I’m going to share with you some of the lessons I learned about building a successful running—and exercise—habit for life. So here are some practical tips on how to make running a habit and stick with it for the long haul.
If you’re serious about becoming the best runner you can be, then you’re in the right place. In today’s post, dear reader, I’m sharing with you more than 100 running tips to help make your workout routine a complete success. Follow these practical, simple, and proven strategies, and you’ll reach your full running potential in no-time. In fact, today’s post is the ultimate checklist for a stronger, fitter and injury-proof you, whether you’re a complete beginner, a recreational athlete, or a veteran runner. The 101 Best Running Tips and Hacks of All Time So, are you excited? Then here we go…
Whether you're a newbie 5k runner or a hardcore marathoner, long runs are essential to any successful training program. Endurance running builds stamina, speed and mental toughness like nothing else, especially for the half marathon and beyond. But knowing how to do the long runs right (and safe) can often confuse any runner in the midst of their training. So, what is a long run? How long should it be? How to schedule it? Etc. These are some of the questions I will answer in today’s post. So are you excited? Then here we go.
Here is a 30-day running challenge to help you instill the habit of running into your life and help do it the right way—even if you are a beginner, and been running these last weeks or months sparingly. So regardless of your current fitness level, your backgrounds, and your age, the program is your perfect opportunity to start taking control over your health and start getting into the best shape of your life.
Long runs must be done. They are the backbone of any running program—from 5ks to ultramarathons. Long runs build endurance and strength and teach you all you need to know about handling and dealing with fatigue on the run. Long runs also help you develop mental toughness needed to tackle long distance races, like half-marathon, marathons and beyond. 10 Ways to Enjoy the Long Run Here are 10 ways to make going the distance comfortable—even a enjoyable ride.
High-Intensity Interval Training Defined When it comes to getting the most out of your workout program for fat loss and optimum fitness, high-intensity interval training is the way to go. Hailed by most fitness experts as the closest thing to a training shortcut that produces quick results, HIIT is backed by sound scientific study and countless personal testimonies. The exact defining parameters of HIIT are a bit vague, which is one of the reasons there is so much controversy surrounding the topic. Nonetheless, here is a basic definition to get you started on the right foot. High-intensity interval training involves alternating between intense bursts of anaerobic activity (running, rowing, jump roping, biking, etc.) with periods of moderate or low aerobic activity for recovery.