In running, your legs move you forward but it is your arms that propel your body on to the next stride. If you carry your
Glance at just about any issue of a fitness magazine and you’ll see a cover proclaiming the need for “rock-hard abs.” That is, a
We can often draw inspiration from other runners who have experienced many of the same highs and lows in training and racing as we
One of the first questions beginning runners invariably ask is: How should I breathe? There are all sorts of cute answers to that fundamental
One of the questions runners are invariably asked by non-runners is: What in the heck do you think about while running? It’s a good question.
As runners, we tend to pay far more attention to the inner workings of our body than the outside. We run and walk in the
Getting properly motivated to run or race, is an emotional state that all veteran and beginning runners want to attain. But that motivational state
I want to start running. What do I need to do first? Make a firm commitment this week to begin a walking and running program.
The twin objectives of every marathoner (or half marathoner) are to train his or her best to cover 26.2 miles on marathon day while reaching