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Journal: Running

  • Six Tips For Running In The Rain

    Finding the motivation to get out of the door and run can be hard at the best of times, and if it’s raining, sleeting, hailing…

  • How To Handle Running In A Heatwave

    Heatwaves seem to be occuring more and more frequently, and some have a great lack of experience in dealing with these occurances. Our first tip…

  • The Ten Best Running Books

    Be inspired and pick up some valuable insight with these top running reads. Even the most obsessed runners can only spend at most a few…

  • Pro Tom Evans On The Benefits Of Cross-Training For Runners

    No matter how much you love running, if your training consists solely of pounding out mile after mile you will eventually tire of the sport.…

  • 11 Training Tips For Your First Marathon

    Signing up for your first marathon is an exhilarating moment. You’re excited at the prospect of taking on the event, which is probably still far…

  • Running Around Mount St. Helens

    The training for running around Mount St. Helens began in January with a rainy, cold two hour run in Forest Park, but really it began…

  • The Hydration Difference at 200 Miles

    My thoughts 185 miles into Bigfoot 200 were probably not what most people would predict.  Despite outward appearances, including the typical zombie-like jog of an…

  • The Science Behind Running and Hydration

    Whether racing in ultra-marathons or running in sprints, hydration is key to a runner’s performance. Even a small decrease in hydration status can hinder physical…

  • Carlos Fernandes II

    Carlos Fernandes is a recent graduate of the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) with a Major in English and a Minor in Arabic. He began running…

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