6 Strength Training Moves to Improve Your Training
We all know the many benefits of running. It is a great way to get in your cardio and burn calories; it can help you unwind and destress, and let’s not forget the runners high when the endorphins kick in. But running, like many repetitive movement exercises, can also lead t
Running with Music – The Benefits of Turning Up the Volume!
Running with music offers many benefits and can actually enhance your running performance. Music also entertains us and allows us to connect to others.
Running in Your 30s – Smart Running Tips for a Busy Life
Running is great at any age because of all the advantages it offers, but running in your 30s has some specific benefits.
10 Tips for Running with Your Dog
Thinking about running with your dog? Before you start running with your four-legged friend, here are 10 things you might want to consider.
How to Stay Motivated for Those Long Runs
For any runner training for a distance race, long runs are important. But staying motivated for these long runs week after week can be challenging.
Power Through Your Race with a Champion’s Mindset
The mind is a powerhouse and your mindset can be your biggest asset or your greatest enemy. Whether this is your first 5k or 20th half marathon, we all have struggles along the journey to the finish line.
I’m a Runner – Why Can’t I Lose Weight? (10 Common Pitfalls)
Why is losing weight so challenging? Even if you are a runner, several factors may be hindering your weight loss. I’ve discovered 10 common pitfalls that often stall a runner's weight loss.
Should You Keep a Training Log?
On March 28, 1998, I ran five miles. All these years later, I can still recall that information. I have no idea what clothing I wore that day, what I ate for lunch or what happened at work, but I do know I completed a five-miler. How come?
Why Do You Run?
Why do you run? What truly motivates you to lace up your shoes, leave the comfort of home and hit the pavement? Non-runners continually ask me this question. I came to realize that, for me, there is not one simple answer and my "why" has evolved over the years.