7 Ways to Start Running Again

Are you thinking of starting to run again after a long break? Then you are in the right place. Today, and with my help, you are going to learn how to make a strong running...

Runners Diet – Your Complete Guide to Carbohydrates

If you’re looking to become a better runner, then you need to know your carbohydrates. Otherwise, your running performance will be in great trouble. In fact, understanding the complex nature of these nutrients might be...

7 ways to make running less difficult

Running isn't only a great way to get in shape, it can also be a lot of fun. However, as you begin to log in more miles, aches and pains can start popping up. Pounding the...

22 Ways to Stay Cool (and Safe) During Summer Runs

I love running in the summer, and I believe it’s a great time to run (and so is every season of the year duh!). Nonetheless, heat and humidity can wreak havoc on your running routine,...

From Couch to 5K – The Complete 8-Week Plan

Taking up running has many benefits. It aids in weight management, strengthens your lungs, increases bone density, and it’s great for the body. Plus, running is entirely free— no equipment needed—bar some decent shoes. And scores...

Top 8 Leg-Strengthening Exercises for Runners

As a runner, strength training in the gym is no longer an option—it’s a necessity. I cannot emphasize it enough. And that’s why I’m writing (and have written) extensively on the subject. Why? If your goal is to...

Running Cadence – What’s The Ideal Stride Turnover & How to Improve it

Want to become a faster runner? Then increase your cadence. In fact, if you’re serious about becoming a better and faster runner, improving your running cadence is exactly what you need. This, as we’re going to see, will not only increase your speed, but also reduce your injury risk. And who doesn’t want that? So what's running cadence? Why does it matter? And how to improve it?

How to Breathe When Running in the Cold – Winter Exercise Tips

Winter running is no easy feat, especially for runners who have breathing problems during cold weather. In fact, most runners—except for the lucky ones living in moderate climate regions—often experience issues such as a runny nose, restricted breathing, burning lungs, and a dry throat when braving the cold. For these reasons (and some), many shy away from winter running.

Top 10 Science-Based Health Benefits of Running

Running is one of the most popular and common ways to getting in shape and losing weight. In fact, chances you are a runner yourself (or thinking of becoming one) since you just ended up on my blog, reading this post about running. But its benefits go beyond the scale. In fact, running has the power to prevent a plethora of diseases and just might the best medicine. Well, I’m not saying that because I love running, nor is it because I devoted this whole blog and a significant portion of my life to it. But it’s because science is on my side. Research has shown that regular running can help prevent cardiovascular disease, stroke, mental decline, some cancers, type 2 diabetes and a myriad of other health problems. Therefore, today I decided to share with you some of the current scientific proven benefits of running.

How to Choose the Right Running Socks

Running socks? Yes, these are socks made specifically for runners. What makes them different from your typical casual socks is that they are designed to keep your feet dry and comfortable while running for prolonged periods of time. When you run, especially if you sweat a lot (who doesn’t), it’s crucial to equip your feet and your shoes with socks that are comfortable, functional, durable, even fashionable (if you are into that). The Importance of Running Socks