Beginners

How‌ ‌to‌ ‌Deal‌ ‌with‌ ‌Blisters‌ ‌on‌ ‌Your‌ ‌Feet‌ ‌From‌ ‌ Running‌

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 cover all the details about blisters and running so that you can start running blister-free ...

Rowing vs Running – Which is a More Effective Workout?

Rowing machines have become quite popular in recent years. With their increases presence in gyms and homes, you might wonder whether you should swap your treadmill workout for some time on a rowing machine.   In this article, we’ll discuss ...

Is It Ok to Go Running With Weights?

If you’ve been running for a little bit, or if you want to make your running a bit more exciting, maybe you’ve thought about running with weights. The logic is self-explanatory: work out now with a heavier weight load, and enjoy the benefits later ...

Should I Go Running After Lifting Weights?

As you begin to get into running (or maybe if you’ve been running for a while), you’ve probably started to think about how you might be able to incorporate more strength training into your running routine. Given the busyness of the modern world, ...

Does Weight Loss Make You Run Faster?

One of the touchiest subjects in any type of fitness is weight. While many of us exercise to maintain or even lose weight, the fitness community also strives to support positive body image, and to de-emphasize the need to lose weight to become ...

What Is A Fartlek Run? How Fartlek Workouts Help Your Running

Fartlek. It sounds like a word that a five-year-old boy would come up with: a combination between “fart” and “lick.” But it’s not a made-up word! It’s a Swedish word that means “speed play,” and it’s a great way for you to up your running game. ...

The 10 Best Surfaces to Run On

Our feet touch a lot of different surfaces, and it’s important to make sure that you’re picking the best surfaces to run on. In this short article, we’ll cover the 10 best surfaces to run on, including pros and cons for each surface, so that you ...

Train to Run a Mile in Just 4 Weeks

If you want to start running, but training for a 5k sounds too daunting, we have the plan for you! In four short weeks, you’ll be able to run a mile without having to stop at all to walk. This article will begin by explaining the training plan ...

How to Run Your First 5k Race

You’ve prepared for weeks, put in the miles and the effort, and the day has finally come: you’re going to run your first 5k race! But before you dash off too fast and end up gassed before you’re even halfway done with the race, check out this ...

What to Think About When Running – How to Make the Miles Fly By

I’ve been there. As a new runner, you wonder how in the world you’re going to be able to spend 30+ minutes running. What are you supposed to think about??? The good news is that with a little bit of practice, you can become a pro at making the ...

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