When you hear the words "running gait analysis," what do you think of? Most people will envision running on a treadmill in a store while your foot motion is then observed. And the point of this? To make sure you have the correct running shoes, of course. Words like overpronation...
Do you live in a climate where snow and ice can make running challenging in the winter months? Here are a few shoe hacks and product suggestions to consider if your regular running routes become slippery, snowy or downright cold.
Unless you have ironclad guts, there’s a good chance you’ve thrown up thanks to running. Because upchucking is an unpleasant occurrence that doesn’t discriminate, knowing its possible causes is essential if you want to avoid regurgitating after (or during)...
For runners, food is more than simple nutrition — food is fuel. What and when should you eat before, during and after your runs? What should you drink and how much? When you are training for a long race — 10K or more — you are going to have to change how...
Wrapped up warmly with layers of clothing, gloves, hats and goggles, the runners await the blasting siren marking the start of the race before heading off onto the barren track. Ahead of them, snow, ice and freezing temperatures for one of the most unique runs in the world...
Colorado-based triathlon coach Alan Couzens has a love-hate relationship with the rise of heart-rate variability tracking, or the ability to measure the variation between one’s heart beats. HRV unlocks high-level information...
With the holiday shopping season upon us and a new year just around the corner, many people will begin looking for ways to move more and eat less. Some of those people will turn to activity trackers to help them achieve their goals. While...
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