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Are You Making These 5 Running Shoe Buying Mistakes?

Whether you’re a beginner runner or an elite athlete, having the right pair of running shoes is a must. Plantar fasciitis, shin splints, blisters, black toenail, and annoying foot pain, are some of the issues...

The 5 Most Common Causes For Dizziness While Running

Feeling dizzy while running is the worst, and it can happen to anyone. I’ve experienced it in in my own runs, and I’ve seen many of my friends and running partners deal it as...

The 4 Most Common Causes of Ankle Pain while Running

Running boasts many health benefits, but also comes with a downside: it can be extremely hard on your lower extremities, and your ankles are no exception. Why? The ankles assume a big responsibility. The joint carries around...

What You Need to Know About Electrolytes While Running

Do you feel dehydrated and exhausted after a sweaty run? That’s because sweat isn’t just made of water; it’s also full of essential electrolytes that perform critical functions that keep your body performing at its...

9 sneaky ways to fit Running into your busy schedule

One of the most common excuses to skip a run goes something like this: ‘I’m just too busy at work today; I can’t go for a run. With the hustle and bustle of modern life,...

6 Mental Training Tricks for Achieving Running Success

If you want to reach your full running potential, the most surefire way to do it is with consistent training. But interval runs and fartlek workouts are not...

The Basic 5 Self-Defense Moves Every Runner Needs to Know

Do you know how to defend yourself physically in case you get attacked?  Or would you freeze up in an utter panic? This is a question...

How to Find The Right Running Partner To Get The Most Out Of Your...

I love running alone, and for so many reasons. When I’m out there all on my own, I’ve complete control over my speed, tempo, training plan, starting time, schedule, etc.

How to Run In Extreme Weather Conditions

If you stick with a running routine throughout months—or years—you'll run into the many changes in temperatures and weather conditions. This is especially the case if you live in an area with cold winters...

How Much Sleep Do Runners Need?

Here's a shocking statistic: 40 percent of Americans get less than the recommended seven hours of sleep per night, according to the American Psychological Association. This means that roughly 1 in 3 people isn’t getting...