Tips and Training

“Running should be a lifelong activity. Approach it patiently and intelligently, and it will reward you for a long, long time.”
-Michael Sargent

New Runners

8 Tips for New Runners

Overview of 7 popular training plans

Is running bad for your joints?

8 Tips for Injury Prevention

 

Running Workouts

5 Interval Workouts for a Faster 5k

Treadmill Interval Workouts

30-20-10 Intervals from RW

Purpose of the Recovery Run

How to make the most of your Recovery Runs

 

Strength Training for Runners

6 Important Exercises for Runners

Do you ignore your core?

 

Cross Training

Are you addicted to running?

Spinning for Runners, part one

Spinning for Runners, part two

Benefits of plyometrics for runners

 

Fuel and Hydration

Should runners use protein powder?

Fueling for Performance

Endurance fueling and glycogen stores: the 3 Hour Rule

Running in the heat: pace and hydration calculators

Slowing to a Trickle: Importance of Hydration

Post-run Nutrition Tips and Recipes

 

Rest and Recovery

When to call it quits- Signs of Overtraining

5 Ways to Refresh your Running

How often do you REST?

7 Tips for Muscle Soreness

 

Just for Fun:

From Runner to Triathlete: my story

Flashback: Running in the 70’s

Why are Runners so Stubborn?

 

Inspiration:

Running for our Daughters

For the Love of Running

Two Magic Words for Running (and life)

 

 

2 thoughts on “Tips and Training

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  2. Great post! I used to teach group fitness and it is hard to teach when you have 50 people in your class of all different fitness abilities. I love the one on one I get from my personal trainer. I think you need to charge more! I’d like like get some sort of nutrition cert if you have any recs.

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