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5 Questions Runners Should Ask Themselves During Every Run

Even if running is second nature to you and you've logged hundreds—or even thousands—of miles on the roads and trails, you might be making a c...

4 Steps to Win Your Next Race

Whether you're a total newbie or already an exprienced runner that wants to kick-it-up a notch this race season, understanding the WHY behind you're...

6 Best On-the-Go Snacks for Runners

Runners need convenient snacks. Whether you carry something during your run and eat it on the go, or you need something to throw it your bag befor...

10 Fresh Tunes for Your Running Playlist

Long runs can be fun and satisfying, but grueling at the same time. When your body is telling you to stop or slow down, you need an extra kick in the ...

5 Un-Smooth Habits That Ruin Runners' Races

Your best races are the ones when you're running smoothly and the miles pass by almost effortlessly. You feel simultaneously relaxed and fast—in f...

5 Ways to Freshen Up Your Run

Running is by definition a repetitive sport, and to some people "repetitive" can mean "boring."  To prevent your miles from getting mundane, make...

9 Things Every Trail Runner Should Have

A successful trail runner shares the same motto as the Boy Scouts: Be prepared. Running in the wilderness is more complicated than logging miles a...

10 Fresh Running Destinations in the U.S.

Every runner knows the best spots to log miles: Runyon Canyon in the Hollywood Hills, Central Park in NYC, and along the Lake Michigan shoreline i...

7 Endurance Tips From Ultramarathon Runner Ian Sharman

Ultramarathons are grueling events that can range from 50 kilometers (just over 31 miles) to 160 miles in distance. To compete in such long, inten...

Ultramarathon Runner Stephanie Howe's 7 Training Secrets

Ultramarathon runner Stephanie Howe was a two-time All-American in cross country and nordic skiing at Northern Michigan University. She  holds a ma...

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