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Avoid Letting Your Running Routine Become a Liability

Published on May 21, 2013 By Greg

Relying on routine can be the best way to build the running habit. As you develop, though, it can also quickly become the fastest way to get stuck in a rut. Here are five aspects of your running in which you should challenge your routines and bring a little variety to play.

To Eat or Not To Eat – That Seems to Be An Important Question

Published on April 25, 2013 By Greg

It seems one major concern potential predawn runners have is what to eat before they run. There’s a simple answer to that question – strive for nothing. You’ll be a better runner if you develop this capability.

Making Work Work for Your Running

Published on December 24, 2012 By Greg

Sitting all day is hazardous to your health and to your hard-won training gains. Here are ten ways you can squeeze in more valuable fitness-related work in your office, most of which don’t even require a change of clothes.

The One-Thought Rule for Running Form Improvement

Published on September 20, 2012 By Greg

You can find advice from many sources on how to improve your running form. What is too often missing is the advice to focus on one thing at a time, lest you become overwhelmed trying to address too many “issues” at once and risk doing more harm than good.

Ten Ways to Broaden Your Concept of Minimalist Running

Published on July 25, 2012 By Greg

While those focused on footwear (or lack thereof) have hijacked the concept of minimalism in running, its appeal can be far broader if you work from the essence of a minimalist approach – figuring out how to do just enough to meet your goals.