When planning your running routine, the first critical component you need to figure out is your running frequency. As in, how many times should you run per week? And as we are going to see in today’s post, the answer to that question is not all black or white. Running 101 - How Often Should Beginners Run?
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,...
Well, if you are really serious about becoming the best on the hill, without running more hills, then you might consider adding a strength workout session into your training program. Nonetheless, there is another thing you can do to make running hills easier without running more hills… Enter strength training. Don’t get me wrong. Strength training will not make you a hill running god, but it will surely help you build a lot of power and strength in your running muscles. Truth be told, to tackles the hills, you will need strong glutes, hamstring, quads, and calves. You will also need a powerful core to maintain proper uphill running form and rhythm. So if you always struggled with the hills, then today I’m going to share with you a set of exercises that you can do at home or in the gym to help you improve your hill running. The exercises below target and strengthen the key muscles that will help you ascend and descend the hills with much more power and speed.
Lung capacity is one of the most crucial factors to consider as a runner. In fact, increasing your lung capacity and improving your breathing should be a crucial element of any training routine. In today’s article, I’ll share with you a few simple guidelines for increasing lung capacity and breathing easier during your runs. This might be all you need to reach your running goals ASAP.
Whether you are a beginner, a regular runner, or even a marathoner, here are 70 running tips to help you get to the next level.