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Running Tips Beginners

Running tips beginners

Running Tips Beginners! Two years ago, I was a beginner runner. Having covered over 2500 miles (4000km), running half a dozen races and the distance greater than half a marathon on more than 10 occasions (including a marathon) during this time, I’ve learned lots of new things about running. Some tips I discovered right at… Read More

How Can I Improve My Marathon Pace

How to train for 10k race

Can I Improve My Marathon Pace? A simple question I asked myself, to which I already know the answer – of course I can. The real question is HOW. What is the best way to improve marathon time? Usually, I write about events after they already took place. This time, I decided to write about… Read More

How To Train For 10k Race

Run faster 10k

How To Train For 10k! This piece of advice is for those who are already comfortable running 10k. For those training to get up to a 10k distance, please click here for training advice. Build Endurance To run a faster 10k does not mean that you need to do interval speed training. I am not… Read More

Evolution Running – Proper Running Technique For Beginners

Proper running technique beginners

Proper Running Technique – Beginners And Avid Runners! Can you prevent running injuries? A popular question asked by millions of runners around the world. Taking into account that 80% of runners get injured every year, this question resurfaces very often in running circles. The answer is yes. It’s not a 100% guarantee, but running injuries… Read More

First Marathon Tips – Never Run It Solo

Body Vi shakes

First Marathon Tips Earlier this summer, I ran my first marathon. Number one tip – never make your first marathon a solo run. What I mean is, I went out on my own and ran a marathon distance. Disaster! Or was it? First Marathon I had been toying with the idea of running a marathon… Read More

Running Tips – Lace Locks (Clips)

Nike dual fusion lite running shoes

Running Tips Runners do not have much gear to worry about. For most amateurs, it’s really only the shoes they concentrate on. Throw in a t-shirt and a pair of shorts (a sports bra for the ladies) and you’re all set. With time come other bits and pieces but overall, a runner’s equipment is very… Read More

Lessons Learned From Top Ultramarathoner

Running foot movement

Long Distance Running Tips When I got a chance to run with one of the world’s top ultra marathon runners I knew I was in for something special. Not only has Piotr Kuryło run in over 50 marathons, he took part in numerous ultra marathons, including a second place finish in the Spartathlon. However, his… Read More

Nike Dual Fusion Run And Dual Fusion Lite Comparison Review

Nike running shoes

Nike Dual Fusion Comparison Review Two similar, yet at the same time, very different shoes. Nike Dual Fusion Run and Dual Fusion Lite running shoes have a similar shape but the similarities end there. The original Nike Dual Fusion Run version is a tougher looking shoe – not a heavy look, just more solid. On… Read More

Couch 5k 6 Weeks

Slow burn

Couch To 5k In 6 Weeks #c25k! Spring is here and it is a great time of the year to make a new beginning. Couch to 5k in 6 weeks, now that is a great goal! Since you are here, I presume you know all about the concept, let’s make it count then. Find couch… Read More

Running Slow – Is It the Best Way To Train?

Train for half marathon

Train For Half Marathon! Running slow at an aerobic rate (keeping to a low heart rate, during which mostly fat is burned) is great for everyday conditioning. But how does it fare when you train for half marathon, or any other race for that matter? Well, I’ve tested out the theory. Although I have been… Read More

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