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50+ Fourth Of July Sales That Are So Good, They Deserve Their Own Celebration

Ahhh, the 4th of July. A day filled with sun, friends and family, plenty of BBQ goodness and, of course, shopping deals! Before you hit the beach, …

Workout of the Week: Track Ladders

Ladder workouts can be done on or off the track. Photo: Shutterstock.comLet’s face it: track workouts can be mentally and physically demanding, …

Marathons

VIDEO: 4 Ways To Tuck In 5 Different Shirts (Because Not All Shirts Are Created Equal)

I’m way into tucking my shirts in. I mean, I literally tuck in everything from my fitted white tees, to the oversized white button-ups that I steal …

Hearst Magazines

22 Instagram Accounts That Will Inspire You To Get Fit In 2015

These are the people, places, and scenes that will inspire you to move. Including, but not limited to: adaptive athletes, free solo rock climbers, martial artists, and, of course, Spiderman.

Understanding and training for good running technique and form

Thank you for visiting the website and <b>multimedia resources</b> that support my book <b>Running Technique.</b> If you haven’t already purchased a copy of the book …

Two year long case study demonstrating an increase in arch height from running in minimalist shoes.

<i>Article by Dr. Nicholas Campitelli (Click to access Dr. Campitelli’s Office website)</i><p>The debate is ongoing as to the use of minimalist shoes and …

Run Your Fastest Race with the "Timeless Challenge"

Coach Jenny explains how to pace yourself to a strong finish using effort, not GPS.<p><i><br>I’ve run several half-marathons and a few marathons. I’m trying to improve my time but without much success. Do you have any race-day tips for running a faster race?<br>~Ashley</i><p>There are a host of tips I could give you on …

Runs of the Mill

Whatever your goal, there’s an effective and fun (really!) treadmill workout just for you<p><b>If Your Goal Is To:</b> Make the Most of 20 Minutes<b><br>Try This:</b> Warm up at a slow to moderate pace for five minutes, then increase the speed to race pace and hold it for 10 minutes for a hard tempo. Cool down for five …

Got you covered for fun in the sun

We've reached the middle of July, so you've probably already had some time at the beach to try out your summer gear. Wardrobe malfunction, anyone? …

Treadmill Training

Five great run-on-the-mill workouts to make the best use of a treadmill's programmable features.<p>The treadmill can be more than a stopgap on days when the weather doesn't cooperate or the baby is napping upstairs. Done right, treadmill training will help you maintain and improve your fitness …

3 Key Workouts Runners Should Do Every Week

<i>You may be able to race faster on three or four runs per week than you do on six or seven.</i><p>There are three key workouts that every runner should do …

Footnotes: 'Competitive Jogging'

Welcome to the first in a new series, in which we respond to stuff we find on the internet.<p>Readers, the internet is a strange place, full of strange things.<p>Some of those strange things are about running. And some of those strange things about running are hilarious. Or mystifying. Or both.<p>The …

Is Your Injury Caused by Pace or Distance?

Study categorizes the most likely contributor to common running injuries.<p>You've probably heard that many running injuries stem from "training errors," or increasing mileage or intensity too quickly. Is it possible to fine-tune that admittedly broad diagnosis? Is it possible to categorize running …

‘ReadingMate’ reduces treadmill eye bobble

<b>PURDUE (US) —</b> New technology makes it easier for aspiring multi-taskers to read while they run on the treadmill.<p>The system, called ReadingMate, …

Gene could rejuvenate old hearts

Old or damaged hearts could be regenerated simply by switching off a gene which prevents cells from dividing, researchers have claimed.<p>The hearts of newborns have the remarkable capacity to heal themselves after injury by generating new heart cells but we lose this ability shortly after birth.<p>Now …

Easy Does It: Run Faster, Less Often

<i>Research shows that less high-intensity training is better than too much.</i><p>There have always been competing training philosophies in the sport of …

Adding Relative Strength Is A Must For Distance Runners

<i>To improve relative strength be sure to include some amount of strength training in your weekly workout routine.</i><p>With runners, strength training often …

Easy Upgrades

Get more nutrition out of already healthy foods by adding one ingredient.<p>If you're like most runners, you eat right most of the time. Maybe you have oatmeal for breakfast, yogurt as a snack, and whole-wheat pasta to refuel postrun. All smart choices—but there's a way to transform these stalwarts …

A Cruise Control for Running

An app that tweaks the beat of your music controls your pace by altering your cadence.<p>I have to admit, the idea of a "cruise control" for running sounded pretty silly to me when I first heard about it. But consider me a convert, in theory at least. If you haven't heard, there's a new app for …

What Happens When Active Women Don't Eat Enough

Combination increases frequency of menstrual problems.<p>Female runners, bikers, and other active women who limit their food intake are at an increased risk for menstrual problems and osteoporosis, according to a new study in <i>Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise</i>.<p>These adverse health effects are part …

Beer Run!

A (somewhat) scientific look at how a postrun pint (or two) affects your favorite activity. Biggest surprise? It's different for women.<p>I stood at the end of a ridiculously grueling trail amid the red cliffs of Western Colorado. Around me, runners enjoyed various cold, locally brewed beers wrapped …

Run Faster with High Intensity Interval Training

Build power, speed, and fitness with fast efforts.<p>If you want to run fast, the saying goes, you've got to run fast. To stoke speed, most runners do traditional speedwork: aiming for near race pace over distances of 400 meters or more, with recovery periods equal to the length of the repeat (or …

Your First 10K

Take your training up a notch with a 6.2-mile challenge.<p>Every year, tens of thousands of runners flock to popular spring and summer 10K events such as the Crescent City Classic in New Orleans, the Bolder Boulder in Colorado, and in my hometown of Atlanta, the Peachtree Road Race, which I've run 35 …