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Running for Weight Loss: 8-Week Training Plan! | Women's Running

What’s the best way to run for weight loss? Answering this question is trickier than you might think. The number of calories you burn through running …

What Time of Day to Work Out?

Morning, noon or night? There are challenges - and good reasons - for each.<p>What's the best time of day to work out? That's easy. The best time of day to work out is whatever time of day you're most likely to actually get it done!<p>Whether you’re a morning person, a night owl, or someone who looks …

How Can I Train for an 8K?

I’m just beginning to run and want to run an 8K.<p><i>My name is Steffany and I was cruising the Internet looking for tips on how to train for an 8K. The first race I'm interested in will take place in about 9 weeks. I've decided recently to get back into the gym and have only been gyming it for 10 days</i> …

How Does Cycling Impact My Running?

A competitive cyclists finds it hard to breathe when transitioning to running.<p><i>I am a competitve cyclist and I mountain bike as well as ride on the road. I don’t get as out of breath doing these things as most of the people I ride with, and some are state competition level, but when I try and run,</i> …

5 Tips for Staying Motivated for Your First 5K

Making running a habit is tough for beginners but here's how to do it to make it stick.<p><i>Amanda asks: I'm training for my very first 5K and I'm having trouble sticking to my training routine. Any suggestions for how I can stay motivated?</i><p>Congratulations on starting training and welcome to running! …

Four Ways to Enjoy Long Runs

They shouldn't be boring—and they don't have to be solitary.<p>Runners often havea love/hate relationship with the long run. We love the sense of accomplishment we feel when it’s over; we hate the anticipation of actually getting out there.<p>Yet it must be done: The long run is the keystone of any …