This post is a part of my #allaboutrunning blog link up. If you have a running blog, check out the link and join in! Running Book Reviews and Recommendations- #allaboutrunning Wednesday Blog Link up The Science of Running: How to find your limit and train to maximize your personal performance © Copyright – 2014 – AthleticsContinue reading “Book Review-The Science of Running: How to find your limit and train to maximize your personal performance #allaboutrunning Wednesday Blog Link up!”
Whenever I post tips on run training, I will get follow up questions through comments, email and direct messaging. Usually the person is asking about advice on specific run training secrets or workouts. What is the best kind of workout to be doing, what is the correct number of miles, how long should a trainingContinue reading “The Secret to successful run training!- Part 1 of 2”
I’ve posted before about how every run should have a purpose. Before you step out the door for your workout, you should already know what the training stimulus you are trying to achieve from the run you are doing. Too many times, runners will brag about completing a run faster than prescribed. If running fastContinue reading “Stop beating the workout- training advice for runners looking to maximize benefits of workouts #allaboutrunning”
When talking about our goals we often talk about all the awesome training we have planned to get us there. We talk about the workouts we will be doing, our weekly mileage, and the coaches we are using. We take time setting up intricate training plans. One thing that is just as important in thatContinue reading “Focus on Recovery”
Physical Therapist and Performance Coach Nathan Carlson cover some basics about common misconceptions runners have about injuries.
I am sure most runners have heard of the beer mile, right?! It takes two of our favorite things and mushes them together, drinking beer and running. There are some variations, but the most commonly accepted version includes a single runner consuming a beer, then completing a quarter mile lap. The runner continues this forContinue reading “Beer Mile and Beyond!”