Tips to help build your lungs and heart so you can run faster and easier.

Breathing Tips for Runners: An Infographic

One of the first complaints you experience as a beginning runner is shortness of breath. It’s as though your lungs just can’t keep up with your feet and your heart is pumping like crazy, trying to maintain the pace. And that is when you start thinking you just may not… 

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How Yoga Makes You A Better Runner

How Yoga Makes You a Better Runner: Poses for Runners

Let’s take a look at the benefits of including yoga in your regular cross training routine. While practicing yoga builds strength and flexibility in areas like the core, hamstrings, quads, and hip flexors, yoga poses also help to improve mental endurance. Plus, according to Runner’s World, “Studies have shown that… 

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4 Expert Tips for First-Time Runners

Morning, afternoon, evening, midnight—these are all times runners can be seen hard at work covering the globe. More runners than ever before are registering for races from 5k’s to marathons. It’s a growing community that many run toward (pun intended), but others hesitate to join. How does someone “become” a… 

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Barefoot Running: Common Injuries and How to Prevent Them

Barefoot Running: Common Injuries & Why They Happen

You’ve heard it in the news and across running sites: a lot of barefoot runners are experiencing pain and injuries. What is this telling us about the recent trend? Are these injuries preventable? Let’s first take a look at seven common injuries and why they affect runners.      

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