Many factors can weigh in and have an impact on your running performance. Recovery, diet, injury, motivation, fitness level and so on. But you should know that how you breathe when running has also a major impact on your performance. There is a lot to write about breathing as it relates to running, but these points I’m sharing with you are going to have the most impact on your rueysns (and overall fitness and health levels). Without further ado, here are 4 keys to proper running breathing, along with the strategies you need to run your best. In fact, proper breathing can sometimes make the difference between a good run, and a disastrous run. And you if have been running for sometime, then you know that to be a true statement.
Most people take up running for mainly one reason: to lose weight. Heck, that’s what got me into it in the first place. Years ago, I was fat and out-of-shape, but after taking up running everything changed for the better. Just don’t get me wrong. Running does shed mad calories, but it’s not a guaranteed recipe of success. In fact, some runners still struggle their weight or hit weight loss wall, and unwanted weight gain can happen despite regular training. That’s a fact. Nevertheless, don’t throw your running shoes away yet. Today you are going to learn how to reach success with your weight loss running routine. Therefore, here are 9 rules for maximum weight loss for runners.
The Two Keys To Weight Loss Running Get this: To lose weight effectively with running, you (1) need to follow a sound and healthy diet (not the subject of this post) and (2) follow a running routine that’s specifically tailored to help you burn the maximum amount of calories in the shortest time possible (the subject of this post). Therefore, if you are looking to burn off some serious calories on your next run, here are the run workouts you should do.
To run your best, running alone will only get you so far. It’s crucial to put thought into what you are putting into your stomach—especially if you’re serious about achieving your running best. That’s why today I decided to share with you, my dear readers, some of my best practical...
You may think that you possess a will of iron, but you will still have those low days when your motivation takes a walk and leaves you stuck in circles. We runners are known for our self-discipline. And when we can no longer exemplify that image, we feel out of...
Regardless of your current level of fitness, you should be able to build from nothing to being to able to run for a half an hour, without much huffing and puffing, in less than 8 weeks. Nevertheless, if you are serious about making this happen, you would need to commit to run at least three times per week, and follow the beginner run-walk program that I’m going to share with you today.
Here is your ultimate guide to Achilles tendonitis. Inside this blog post, you are going to learn all you need to know about its signs, symptoms and the right ways for treating Achilles tendinitis and preventing it forever. But before I delve into the ins and outs of the condition,...
As a runner, strength training is crucial, especially if you’re serious about reaching your full potential. I cannot emphasize this enough! Why should you lift things up and put them down? Let me start with my personal experience. As a runner, sticking to a regular strength training program has helped me...
Running is a fantastic cardiovascular exercise. I love to run, and it’s great knowing that it’s good for me too. But there’s a catch. (Isn’t there always a catch?) This high impact sport also puts a lot of stress on your body, especially on the lower limbs and joints. The build-up...
Adding a running routine to your daily life can do wonders your fitness and health (Check this post for the main benefits running has to offer). Today I'm going to show you how to start running the right way, stay injury free and stick with it for the long run. Therefore,...