Running the same routine can become boringly predictable. A change in scenery can go a long way when you wish to power up your run. Switching up your normal routine will introduce different elevations, surfaces, and you may feel inspired for longer or faster distances. All of these factors will make you a better runner.
New runners should incorporate strengthening their cores to improve running posture, increase speed, and breathe deeper.
Winter has taken its last breath, the cool, fresh spring breeze blowing a certain optimism that lingers in the air. It seemed as though the city that never sleeps was awakened today, joggers dogging pedestrians on their way to and from Central Park runs. Just as the season takes its metamorphosis, I too have been
Wise words to all the #runners out there!
What a sad story =( #halfmarathon
“Ask yourself, ‘Can I give more?’ The answer is usually, ‘Yes.’” -Paul Tergat, Kenyan professional marathoner
“We run, not because we think it is doing us good, but because we enjoy it and cannot help ourselves…The more restricted our society and work become, the more necessary it will be to find some outlet for this craving for freedom. No one can say, ‘You must not run faster than this, or jump
Weekend motivational reminder to stick to your goals!
Feeling run down? Use these tips to start up your running again By: Lauren Keating Every runner knows how great is feels to shed their worries—and unwanted weight—by hitting the pavement. Your mind wanders off in a state of bliss, while paradoxically, your body is being pushed to its physical limits. While there are a