Running

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.

The Scary Side of Sugar for Runners
by George Ponting | March 05, 2014

Running is the only exercise that burns the maximum number of calories and helps the athlete in not just staying slim and smart but also in staying active and the runner stays energetic throughout his day.

Top 5 Politicians Who Ran in a Marathon
by George Ponting | March 04, 2014

If you’re like most people, you might envisage politicians as pampered kings and queens who roll in money and have little time to themselves. But some of them prove this myth false by challenging their bodies and pushing them to the limits.

Running Exercises for Stressed out Students
by George Ponting | February 27, 2014

Stress now has become a major issue. Life for students has become difficult and full of problems

Can Outdoor Running Endanger the Elasticity of Facial Skin?
by George Ponting | February 24, 2014

Who doesn’t like running. Some people run as a daily part of their workout routine while some seek pleasure in running on the beach on a bright sunny day. But what happens to their skin while their vigorous running session?Sagging of facial skin is just a part of aging. But it’s true that running can also have a negative impact on your skin elasticity.