Running

5 Mood Boosting Exercises to Feel Good
by Kate McDermott | January 19, 2015

They say, “when you look good, you feel good,” but it’s more than that; the real richness of that statement is much deeper. Looking good, as great as it feels, doesn’t come close to what you can gain from the true benefits of exercise.

Your Go-To Running Routine for Winter
by Melissa Zimmerman | January 14, 2015

When the temperatures drop and the snow falls, not everyone thinks of lacing up their running shoes. Instead of hibernating on the couch in front of the fireplace, challenge yourself to get out for a run during the colder months.

8 Reasons to Run in Winter
by Gina McKnight | January 07, 2015

Get out the thermals! Running in the wintertime is exhilarating and will keep you healthy. These are 8 reasons not to let your running shoes hibernate this winter.

Your Brain on a Long Run
by Kate McDermott | November 24, 2014

Your brain works in mysterious ways; there are so many ways to exercise it—from brain games to a variety of athletic activities. One of the best ways to boost your brain is to jump-start it with a nice long run.

Learn to Love Running
by Alice Toyonaga | April 07, 2014

When people talk to me about running – especially those who don’t like it – they assume I’ve always loved it. They think it’s always come easy to me and that it’s been a part of my lifestyle for decades.

Fast vs Slow Runner's Stamina - A Comparison for Optimal Speed
by George Ponting | April 04, 2014

Are you a sprinter? Or you enjoy low intensity running? Sprinting provides an athlete with a great exercise method as it assists in the fat loss process which is highly essential for an athlete.

5 Tips to Deal With Post-Marathon Cramps
by George Ponting | April 04, 2014

A marathon is a great event in an athletes’ life who wants to pursue running as a career but these marathons are usually very taxing on the muscles and can lead to sore muscles and cramps.

Marathon Training 101 - Pace Matters!
by George Ponting | March 28, 2014

There are about 300 marathons and marathon training programs yearly, just in the United States, with a huge number of participants. Most runners are basically joggers. They need intense training for a marathon.

Fire Up your Metabolism with Speed Drills
by George Ponting | March 27, 2014

Do you have problem burning your unnecessary fat? Do you have a weak or slow metabolism? If you are facing these two symptoms, then this article will prove to be very beneficial for you as it involves all the different ways in which you can fire up your metabolism.

A Runner's Guide for Healthy Feet
by George Ponting | March 07, 2014

When it comes to cardio, nothing beats the beautiful exercise of running. It’s a whole body exercise that does not require any props. However, a runner must be in good shape to get the best out of this exceptional form of cardio.