Cross Training For Runners

Cross training workouts and exercises for runners. This is what you need to do off-road to improve your running performance and protect yourself against injry

Nutrition for Running: Five Important Things Beginners Should Know About

During a workout, you are wasting your energy. To recover after a workout and get positive results you should find ways to restore a load of energy to start another day or activity. A...
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Alcohol And Running – The 8 Effects Of Alcohol On Runners

If you’re reading this, you likely enjoy drinking alcohol, especially after a hard run. And from the looks of it, why not. Alcohol is relaxing, calming, and a lot of fun. Here the thing though. Whether you...

The Complete Mud Runs Training Program

Whether it’s the Spartan Death Race, the Tough Mudder, or the Ultra Beast, mud runs races are gathering steam like no other sport. The fitness craze around them has been relatively new to the racing...
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The 30-Day Core Challenge

Truth be told, it doesn’t matter whether you are a recreational runner, seasoned athlete, or someone who spends most of their time sitting in an office chair, a strong core is vital for both health and performance. Your core muscles are the foundation for almost all athletic and non-athletic movements. And when the core muscles are in trouble—read: too weak—expect all sorts of troubles, including chronic pain, bad posture, back issues, even spinal injury, God forbid. Therefore, once you get your core strong and powerful, you’ll be adding more support to your body so you can run and perform every athletic activity (and every other life task) much more efficiently and with more ease.
Glute Exercise

6 Bodyweight Glute Exercises For Runners

The glutes are the source of power when it comes to running or any other athletic endeavor. When you run, your glutes muscles keep your pelvis steady and level, and also keep your torso, pelvis and legs aligned. Therefore, these muscles should the focus of every runner’s oriented strength workout program. But truth be told. The glutes are usually ignored. And most runners end up paying a hefty price when they don’t give the glutes the attention and care they require. Don’t be one of them. Speaking from my personal experience, glute training was never my thing. And I still have glute weakness issues that I’m dealing with. We have our weaknesses. Nobody is perfect. But one can always get on the endless path for perfection.
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Injury Prevention Tips For Overweight Runners

Whether you just took up running to lose weight or are already an established runner in the Clydesdale category, pounding the pavement when you’re overweight is tricky. Sure, runners come in all sizes and shapes,...
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Top 20 Low-Carb Vegetables (& How To Eat More of Them)

If you want to learn how to choose low-carb veggies, you have come to the right place. In today’s post, I’m going to share with you a long list of the lowest carb veggies you...

20 Interesting & Fun Facts About Running

Running is a popular sport enjoyed all over the globe by people of all ages, sizes, and backgrounds in various weather conditions and climates. Whatever your reason is for lacing up your running shoes, be...

8 Ways To Run A Faster Mile

Looking to run a faster mile? Then you have come to the right place. Whether you’re a beginner runner or looking to run a faster 5K, improving your mile speed is a goal worth pursuing. In...

Should Eat Carbs After a Night Run?

Figuring out what to eat after an evening run can be tricky. This is especially the case if you’ve been told that you shouldn’t eat carbohydrates in the evening. Here’s the truth, though:  Consuming carbs...