How to train for your first marathon – Part 3: Resting Properly

One thing we all forget when trying to train for a long race, especially the marathon, is that our bodies need time to recover. It is easy to think that continuing with daily long workouts is the best thing, you must remember that overworking and overuse can leader to injuries. They can take you outContinue reading “How to train for your first marathon – Part 3: Resting Properly”

How to train for your first marathon – Part 3: Resting Properly

One thing we all forget when trying to train for a long race, especially the marathon, is that our bodies need time to recover. It is easy to think that continuing with daily long workouts is the best thing, you must remember that overworking and overuse can leader to injuries. They can take you outContinue reading “How to train for your first marathon – Part 3: Resting Properly”

Continue Training for your first marathon – part 2

Okay, so we have already discussed the topic of getting out there and getting started. It can be a challenge, and it is even harder to make sure that you keep it up every day. One of the hardest things to do is continue with those needed 30 minutes of exercise every day. And theContinue reading “Continue Training for your first marathon – part 2”

Another option to jam while you’re running!

Classic Rock for Running Okay, I have to admit that one of my favorite things about running is the ability to get out of the house, away from the computer (I work at home) and just enjoy the fresh air with my headphones and some of my favorite music. Recently, I have started using myContinue reading “Another option to jam while you’re running!”

How to train for your first marathon – Are you ready to start?

Okay… so the world (or at least the U.S.) is in a crazy place right now. And it may be hard to consider launching that training schedule for your first marathon. BUT… have you always wanted to do it? Has it been a personal goal? IF SO… then, now more than ever! I will admitContinue reading “How to train for your first marathon – Are you ready to start?”

Importance of strength and flexibility with running

Right now is a good time to think about the additional workouts to help improve your running capabilities. You may live in a very busy neighborhood or rely on your gym to run during these steamy summer days. And we know that running with a mask on in those close proximities is just difficult forContinue reading “Importance of strength and flexibility with running”

Can You Keep Running During these Troubled Times?

Well, I have to say that going to the gym during these days of COVID-19 and a pandemic that requires wearing a mask in many location is quite challenging. Additionally, (at least here in my hometown) trying to run outside almost any time of day is simply tortuously hot! So, where can you go fromContinue reading “Can You Keep Running During these Troubled Times?”

Ever thought about a vacation running through a beautiful tropical island? Check it out…

Run in Run ¬† If you have any love for international trail runs, then this is a film for you! Tropical landscapes and beautiful trails all throughout Reunion Island are part of this story of the best trail-runners and their journey through this incredible spot. I must admit that I would love the chance toContinue reading “Ever thought about a vacation running through a beautiful tropical island? Check it out…”

Need a runner’s log? Take a look at this one!

The Complete Runner’s Day-By-Day Log 2020 Calendar ¬† Okay, so you my already haave your training schedule for 2020 planned out, but this is a highly recommended one that you could look for when it is time to start planning for next year! This January through December running log and calendar features spiral-bound pages andContinue reading “Need a runner’s log? Take a look at this one!”

Do you push yourself to the limit? Could you face the limitless trails of these runners?

Born to Run The astonishing national bestseller and hugely entertaining story that completely changed the way we run. An epic adventure that began with one simple question: Why does my foot hurt?¬†Isolated by Mexico’s deadly Copper Canyons, the blissful Tarahumara Indians have honed the ability to run hundreds of miles without rest or injury. InContinue reading “Do you push yourself to the limit? Could you face the limitless trails of these runners?”