If you’re planning on running your first 10K in the upcoming three to four months, but are a complete beginner, then you’re in the right place. Yes, three to four months might be all you need to get prepared for the distance—even with no previous running experience, provided you’re in decent shape and are willing to be consistent with your training. Follow my simple guidelines below, and you’ll be on your way to completing—even crashing—your first 10K.
how to choose Running Compression Socks
In today’s article, we’ll be taking a look at some of the science behind compression socks (if there is any) when it comes to recovery and performance. I’ll also share with you a few practical guidelines on how to make the most out of compression running socks (if you decide to purchase a pair).
Shin Splints pain
Looking for the best guidelines on how to get rid of shin splints? Look no more. Sure, shin splints are not an instantly debilitating injury. Nonetheless, ignore the symptoms, and soon you’ll find yourself dealing with an injury that could bring your training to a screeching halt. And you don’t want that.
runner tyring to improve Lung Capacity
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.
do you want to improve running cadence?
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 run with Flat Feet
Being a flat-footed runner can be challenging. But it does not necessarily preclude you from running. In fact, just because you’ve flat feet, it doesn’t inherently mean that you are bound for trouble. As we are going to see in today’s article, having flat feet shouldn’t discourage you from running, even if you find it difficult to pound the pavement on a daily basis.
Running Program Design tips
Are you thinking about designing your own running program? Good for you! Running plans are super helpful. This is especially the case if are serious about reaching your full running potential. But here is the bad news… The topic of workout program design can be a complicated, mind-numbing, process. So, it’s not surprising that scores...
runner using workout journal
Want to start keeping a running journal, but don’t know where or how to start? Then you’re in the right place. For many years, I chose to not keep a running journal for purely laziness reasons. Once I got over myself and started keeping track of my runs, my training routine experience...
women want to Lose 10 Pounds
Looking to lose 10 pounds within the fastest time possible? Then you are in the right place. When it comes to losing weight and keep it off for good, there is nothing more to it than exercising a little more, and eating a little less. After all, weight loss is just...
Looking to learn about what muscles does running work? Then you're in the right place. Different muscles are used when you log the miles. In fact, hundreds of muscles work together to propel your body into the forward motion. But, some running muscles are more important than others. Here are the muscle groups that...