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Beat the Heat with These Summer Running Tips
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No matter where you live whether it’s in Florida or Alaska, summer is hot. And that might make your summer runs not very enjoyable!   In this article, ...

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How To Go Trail Running With Your Dog
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We all know that dogs are a man’s best friend, and if you love running, who wouldn’t want to take his or her dog with them? In this article, we’ll cover ...

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What Is Canicross – How To Get Started
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If you’ve ever thought about running with your dog and want to do it a bit more seriously, there is canicross. You’ve probably never heard of that word before, ...

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Foam Rollers: How To Use Them for Maximum Benefits
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For many years, foam rolling was a technique that was used only by professional athletes, coaches, and therapists. Now it is a much more common exercise, ...

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How To Start Running With Your Dog
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  After you’ve been into running for a while, there’s a good chance at some point you look at your dog and think, “Man, I would like to run with ...

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How to Wash Your Running Gear and Shoes
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If you’ve owned running gear and shoes for any length of time, you know that it quickly becomes sweaty and smelly and you have to wash it. But it’s not like ...

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How to Prepare for Your First 5k Race
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I ran my first 5k race back in 2014. Even though I had put in my training and was excited to get to the start line, I was still pretty nervous about what ...

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Swimming vs Running – Which is a Better Workout?
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Chances are that you’ve seen statistics showing that swimming and running have similar cardiovascular benefits such as increasing your VO2. In fact, many ...

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How to Get Rid of a Side Stitch When Running
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If you’ve been running for any duration of time, you have almost certainly felt a side stitch at some point. And you’ve probably wondered how to get rid of ...

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How‌ ‌to‌ ‌Deal‌ ‌with‌ ‌Blisters‌ ‌on‌ ‌Your‌ ‌Feet‌ ‌From‌ ‌ Running‌
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We’ve all had that feeling of annoying and painful blisters, and you might even be more prone to them if you run a lot. In this short article, we’ll ...

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