Every running regime requires intense scheduling and commitment that can cause anxiety. This goes without even mentioning the psycho-physical stress of working out itself. If you’ve committed to regular jogging, you’re walking a fine line between a stress-relieving and stress-causing activity. You’ll know when this happens. Continue Reading →
Every year, dozens of marathons are organized around the world, featuring well-known athletes, but also people who like to run and challenge themselves. These are the marathons that take place in some of the most popular and beautiful tourist destinations. Competitors, in addition to attending it, can also enjoy the natural beauty that these destinations have to offer. Therefore, today we present you the most beautiful marathon destinations in the world. Continue Reading →
When training for a marathon, sleep should be an important part of your schedule. Sleep studies on marathon runners are surprisingly scarce, but one study looking at elite tennis players found those who increased their sleep time to ten hours a night ran faster sprints than usual. So, although everyone’s needs are different, elite athletes should get at least eight to ten hours of sleep a night. Getting enough sleep will lead to faster recovery and therefore faster running. Continue Reading →
While it may seem like your wealthy friends look good because they can afford to enlist in a personal trainer, there is actually a much deeper connection between your fitness and your finances. According to research, those who tend to overspend on their purchases, tend to overeat as well, and vice versa. The more this cycle continues, the more they tend to feed off each other. Continue Reading →
To some, athletics is a way of life. It comes with great rewards such as fame and glory. But all this may be at a greater risk. An athlete can sustain injuries during training or while engaging in sports. One can attain a hip, knee, foot or ankle injury. This’s severe and if not treated it could lead to permanent damage or even life loss. There’re some tips to improving sporting performing thus reduce injury risk they include: Continue Reading →
If arthritis pain and inflammation are interfering with your marathon training, don’t miss this essential guide to making smart adaptations to reduce symptoms and improve your performance:
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Worldwide, running is a very popular choice of exercise and there’s no denying the number of health benefits that it can provide. Increased energy, weight loss, muscle strength, improved heart health, and better stress level management are just some of the widely reported benefits from people who run. But, could running too much be causing a spike in your cortisol levels? Continue Reading →
Compression socks are popular among runners and fitness enthusiasts. These over-the-calf socks stimulate the blood flow that helps runners recover quickly after a prolonged run. This post is dedicated to helping runners select the best compression stockings for running. Continue Reading →
If you have a passion for running, it may make sense to turn that passion into a business. Before you start, you need to make sure that coaching is really for you. Do you simply enjoy running yourself, or do you have the passion, and people skills, to help other people develop a love for it to? Continue Reading →
Looking for a way to marry your love of running with your desire to help others and give back to your community?
Get inspired by National Volunteer Week this April and try one of these 7 ideas:
If your schedule is flexible and you are looking to optimize your training routine by running at the times of day when you’ll get the most benefit, don’t miss this quick guide:
Committing to run 42 kilometres (or 26.2 miles) isn’t for the faint of heart. Endless days of pounding the pavement while training your body to endure such tough demands can take a massive toll on your body – even more so if you’re running competitively. When you’re putting your body through the rigours taking care of it as much as possible isn’t a luxury – it’s crucial to preventing injury and fatigue.