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Allergies and Running

TIPS FOR RUNNING WITH SEASONAL ALLERGIES HOW TO RUN SYMPTOM-FREE OUTDOORS By Christine Luff, About.com Guide If you suffer with seasonal allergies, or hay fever, running outdoors can be a not-so-pleasant experience during allergy season. Even a short run outdoors can trigger symptoms such…

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A Runner's Guide To Base Building

Coach Jenny HadfieldFor Active.com It’s funny how training for an event like a half marathon mimics the cycle of life. It ebbs and flows through a variety of training workouts just like the weather through the four seasons. It’s no wonder elite athletes succeed in winning races …

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How To Know When To Replace Your Running Shoes

Nothing ruins the high of a good run than the low of aches associated with running in bad shoes. Running in older shoes can negatively impact your running form and cause real damage to your body. Although getting new shoes is an easy solution, the problem can be tricky to identify…

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Walking to a Healthy Lifestyle

Looking to build a healthier lifestyle but unsure about where to begin? You may want to consider walking as a form of exercise! Walking is much more than simply a way to get from point A to point B; it has a myriad of benefits as its own sport and can also be a fantastic way to build up to …

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Running and Heart Health

Looking to improve your cardiovascular health? Running can be great option for achieving a healthier heart! The American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology recommend moderate aerobic exercise for 150 minutes per week in order to maintain your heart and general health, and …

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Running Your First 5K? 9 Tips to Help!

Decided to run your first 5K? Congratulations! Clocking in at 3.1 miles, running a 5K is a great introductory race for beginners — short enough to be accessible to many people, but long enough to challenge endurance. There are usually several throughout the year to fit within your tra…

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7 Quick Tips for Running in Cold Weather

Winter running can be a nice change from the sweltering dog days of summer. Here are 7 fast tips for staying well and warm during your wintertime runs! #1: Visibility As it gets dark earlier in the day, increasing your visibility is important. Even early evening runs after work can leave y…

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Benefits of Group Running

Why Group Running? Group running is a fantastic way to stay active and get healthy, all while enjoying your local running community! Whether it's with one or two close friends or a mob of folks, running with other individuals has many benefits and rewards. Safety In Numbers Running with …

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Types of Stretching: What’s the Best for Runners?

Stretching is important component of self-care for any athlete, and can be beneficial in post-workout recovery and injury prevention.  Each type of stretching comes with its own benefits and optimal uses. Learn which type of stretching can benefit you the most, and when to use it! …

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Am I Drinking Enough Water For My Run?

Staying hydrated before, during, and after exercising helps your body perform at its best. The importance of hydrating can’t be understated — the human body can take on extreme physical endeavors, however we can’t survive more than three days without water. When you don't …

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