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How to Make Running a Habit

Instead of looking at your long-term goal and being discouraged, break it down into small steps and feel better for your efforts.

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Training How to Stay Active When You Can’t Run

Sometimes, you just can’t run—but that doesn’t mean you have to be sedentary. Here’s how you can stay active (and improve your running!) on those off days

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Training How to Boost Your VO2 Max

What is VO2 max? Why does it matter and how do you boost it? We break it down and tell you how to increase it without neglecting other key parts of training. 

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Nutrition Seasonal Winter Foods for Runners

Eat with the seasons for optimal nutrition. Runners can benefit from the variety and health benefits to support their training.

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Training

6 Tips to Make Time for Running

Fitting in your runs on a busy schedule may be tricky at times, but with some commitment and creativity, it is possible.

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Start Running Get to Know Your Running Self: What Info Should You Be Tracking?

We break down which metrics will help you understand your runs: how you feel, how you are improving, and how well you are recovering. 

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Training The Best Warm-Ups and Cool-Downs for Your Runs

Remember, this is a warm-up, not a workout. You aren’t looking to surpass your current capabilities.

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Health Why You Should Rotate Your Running Shoes

There are numerous benefits to rotating your running shoes.

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App

10 Runkeeper App Features You May Have Missed

Enhance your Runkeeper app experience by trying these under-the-radar features.

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Training How to Train in the Cold

The more you run in the cold, the more your body adapts to the temperature.

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Training Should I Have More Than One Pair of Running Shoes

If you run most days of the week, you need at least two pairs of running shoes.

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Start Running Why You Should Not Be Afraid to Call Yourself a Runner

“I’m not a runner because I only run a few miles per week.” “I’m not a runner because I’ve never run a marathon.” Do any of these phrases sound familiar to you?

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Training

Mileage: Sometimes Less is More

Figuring out where you ideally fall on the mileage spectrum can be tricky—you certainly don’t want to learn what doesn’t work the hard way via injuries and burnout.

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