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Almost a month has passed since 2024 began and millions of people took the opportunity to set new goals. An aspect that many planned to improve on is their fitness. Some want to better their physical well-being while others aim to train for races like the San Francisco Marathon. Whatever the reason, starting a fitness journey ...
Modern life is busy. Most people are in go-mode from the time they wake up until just a few hours before they go to bed. Work and school, friends and family, personal hobbies and goals,... the days are already simply too short to squeeze it all in. Then you need to make time for two of the most important things that keep you ...
When his doctor told him to "lose weight or die," he bought his first pair of running shoes and headed straight to a gym. He immediately fell off the treadmill. Still, he became a runner on the same day. Meet Martinus Evans, the founder of the Slow AF Run club, a runner, a published author, and a "real complex man."
Welcome to the third installment of our three-part series about the long run by Coach Karen. We discussed the "why" and talked about the "when, where, and wear." Now it's time to look at the times when things don't work out as planned: "What should I do when I can't do my long run?"
Written by Coach Karen Peterson
Edited by ...
When someone talks about running, we often picture an oval track or a trail through the woods. But for millions of people, running paths are made of asphalt and concrete. Today, we'll discuss all the considerations you should make before you venture into the world of urban running.
Written by Lucas Collins
Edited by Pavlína ...
As discussed previously, the long run is the foundation of your training
, no matter the distance of the event you’ve signed up for. In the previous article in this series, we went over all the ways that the long run benefits you, both physically and mentally, and why it’s important to prioritize them in your training
The first winner of the San Francisco Marathon's NB+ category, Cal Calamia, is heading to the world-famous Boston Marathon. A gender-expansive runner, Calamia is one of the thousands of runners who can, for the first time ever, run this course as themselves. Why was Calamia ready to give up on their dream of running Boston? How ...
You’re registered for your goal race, and you’ve committed to training
so that you can be as prepared as possible to toe the line. You have a training
plan to follow and, for the next few months, you'll steadily and thoughtfully increase your mileage for the demands of race day. Heck, you’ve even bought fresh running ...
Welcome to the Trail and Ultra Running Special! Whether you’re new to trails and have never heard of ultrarunning or you’re a seasoned trail beast who has run conquered distances some don’t even like to drive, this one’s for you.
Written and edited by Pavlína Marek
Sure, roads are great, especially when they take ...
It’s no secret: cross-training
is crucial support for your running goals. However, life often gets in the way. What’s more, in the crunch for time that can happen as training
for your event gets more demanding, other kinds of workouts can take the back seat to the actual running/walking! And if you’re one of us getting ...