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    10 Tricks to Learn to Love Running

    Running is boring. It’s hard. It hurts. It’s lonely. And it doesn’t give you immediate results. Right? While we don’t think any of these are necessarily good excuses (or altogether true!), we do understand it’s not always love at first run for anyone who ever decides to lace up and hit the pavement. Set a [...]
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    One 60-minute run can add 7 hours to your life

    Beside lowering a person’s risk of cancer and heart disease, it can also prolong one’s life by a non-negligible amount. What is more, the research revealed that a one-hour run can extend your life by up to seven hours. According to Time.com, the study’s authors found that while other types of exercise like walking and […] More

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    How To Get In A Daily Run, No Matter How Crazy-Busy You Are

    We all have that one friend we secretly believe must not sleep because how else could they possibly work full-time, volunteer, stay in amazing shape through daily runs and do it all with style? Sure, they may have super powers, but it’s much more likely they’re getting a full night of sleep because they know […] More

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    Everything You Need To Know About The World’s 5 Greatest Marathons (Even If You Hate Running)

    This morning, nearly 50,000 people are running 26.2 miles, aiming to finish the largest marathon in the world, the New York City Marathon. The race takes runners through all five boroughs of the city, ending in Central Park. Though this race is certainly on most runners’ bucket lists — there are a few other amazing […] More

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    10 Tips To Finish An Ultramarathon — From A Champion Racer

    Running a trail spanning anywhere from 30 to 100 miles used to be reserved for a small group of super athletes, but now ultra-running is a fast-growing extreme sport in America. Since starting my ultramarathon career 15 years ago, I’ve competed in more than 100 races, with 55 female first-place finishes. Some of my career […] More

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    5 Things All Runners Should Do (But Probably Don’t)

    Runners do a repetitive pattern of movement that can result in problems if they’re not careful. Repeated frontal plane contractions (the same muscles working in the same direction over and over again) will result in tightness and/or injury unless runners do a few good things to prevent that. Even though I was at the peak […] More

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    7 Things You Need To Know

    1. Putting your hair in a bun could be making you bald. The top knot and man bun (or “mun”) hairstyles have led to an uptick in cases of traction alopecia. The style results in tightly pulled hair that, when frequently worn this way, leads to gradual, spot-specific hair loss. (Huffington Post Australia) 2. One […] More

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    I Did These 7 Things & Became A Faster Runner

    After running my first marathon, I was in so much pain I thought I’d never run again. Yet, after the pain subsided, I realized maybe it was my running technique that had put me in this position. Here are some principles I found and used along the way to improve my form. These tips have […] More

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    Science Says You Should Dance to Beyoncé Before You Run

    Who run the world? You. Even when it’s freezing outside. But despite the fact that you’re a pro at layering and know exactly how to protect your phone if it starts to snow, you still shiver for a good five minutes before you hit your stride. Thanks to this genius (and biology-based) trick, not anymore. […] More

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    How To Embrace Every Single Mile You Run + Enjoy It

    It’s so easy to take a simple mile for granted. I can run for hours on end, so why should one little mile make any difference? Yet there was a time where finishing one mile was enough to make me throw my fist in the air like Rocky. I’d done something that previously seemed beyond […] More

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