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It’s hard to convince us runners to switch up their cardio routines. But just as doing yoga or resistance training can make you a better runner,...
If you’re like millions of Americans who work at a desk and spend the majority of your day in front of a computer, then...
Your foot strikes the ground approximately 1,000 times per mile—that’s 20,000 foot strikes if you run 20 miles per week. That’s over a million foot strikes...
There are some things you come across when running that you can ignore: rude drivers, tangled headphone cords, random bad advice. And then there are things...
When it comes to which elements of your stride you can improve, your hips don’t lie. That’s because hip flexors—the muscles that allow flexion at...
Your calf muscles (also known as the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles) simultaneously act as the gas and brake pedal on a run. Need to...
Stretching can be one of the most beneficial things for a runner to do after any run, but it is often the overlooked part of...
Are you making these training missteps? Here’s a coach on how to make sure you’re not sabotaging yourself ‘If you are not making mistakes, then...
Start your day with an easy flow that will help you work out the kinks from yesterday’s workout. If the first thing you do when...
Each move can be scaled for athletes of any level. You need a stable core for crushing miles, but your leg and hip muscles are also major...

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