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Training

How Training Plans Work

Run training plans can range from very generic to extremely specific, but there are some factors they should all offer.

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Health Nine Ways Running Can Benefit Your Mental Health

Running can boost your energy and mood, which can make it a great way to start your day feeling optimistic and charged before getting to work.

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Health Mindfulness 101: Master The Art Of Mindful Running

Mindful running is defined as the ability to let go of distractions and become mentally connected with your body during your runs.

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Health Can Running Help Improve My Mood?

The quick answer is yes.

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How to Set Realistic Running Goals (and Achieve Them)

Running goals give us a clear cut reason to push ourselves—and that, ultimately, is the only way we can improve.

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Health How to Deal with Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of the foot.

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Start Running Anatomy of a Running Shoe: Here’s What All Those Technical Terms Actually Mean

There are a lot of technical features to a pair of shoes, especially running shoes. These features can almost feel like their own language.

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Health How to Manage Soreness from Running

If you’re a new or intermediate runner—or even an expert trying to achieve new goals—soreness is to be expected.

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How to Avoid Common Running Injuries

As a runner, there are a few measures you can take to minimize your risk of these common injuries.

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Training 6 Ways to Bust out of a Running Plateau

Spring is an ideal time to refocus, so get out there, create a new goal and make some changes!

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Training 5 Tips to Run Your Best 5K

A 5K is a great way to challenge yourself to reach your goals. Whether you are looking to increase your […]

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Training Why Every Runner Should Do Speed Work

If you do speed work outs or twice per week consistently, you won’t just become faster -you will run faster with less effort.

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Training

How to Keep Your “Easy Runs” Easy

One of the biggest mistakes runners make when training for long distances for the first time is doing their easy and long runs too fast.

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