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DNF Guide: Why Runners DNF, Prevention, and Tough Decisions
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Marathon Pace Calculator: Plan Your Target Pace
This calculator gives you your target pace and even time splits for a marathon race based on your target race time. The results are shown in both miles and kilometers. To achieve your target race time, your average speed needs to be the same as the target pace given by the calculator or faster.
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The Parkrun Essential Guide + Expert Tips To Improve Your 5k Time
Depending on where you live in the world and your involvement in the local running scene, you might be well acquainted with parkruns (lowercase P in there), or it may be a totally foreign concept. Parkruns are free, weekly, community running or walking events that take place in 23 different countries around the world.
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How Long Do Running Shoes Last? Here's When To Change Them
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Aqua Jogging For Runners: Benefits, Workouts + Technique
Aqua jogging, also known as deep water running workouts or pool running, is one of the best cardio workouts for injured runners as well as healthy runners who are trying to decrease the risk of running injuries. Aqua jogging involves replicating the running motion of dry land running in the water.
The importance of nutrition for runners cannot be understated.     Although we can’t overlook the importance of following a good training plan, long-distance running also requires proper nutrition with a balanced diet that has adequate calories, carbohydrates, proteins, healthy fats, vitamins, minerals, and hydration. Protein, Distance, Running Nutrition, Nutrition For Runners, Proper Nutrition, Nutrition Guide
Running Nutrition: An Expert Coach’s Guide To Healthy Fueling
The importance of nutrition for runners cannot be understated. Although we can’t overlook the importance of following a good training plan, long-distance running also requires proper nutrition with a balanced diet that has adequate calories, carbohydrates, proteins, healthy fats, vitamins, minerals, and hydration.
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10 Pro Tips For Your First 100 Mile Run
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Marathon Time Calculator: Predict Your Marathon Race Time
Simply enter how fast you’ve run one or two previous races and how much you’ve been training approximately per week, and this calculator will predict how fast you’d run a marathon.
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8 Tips On How to Choose Your First Ultramarathon
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Our Beginner's Guide To Mountain Running: Expert Tips To Get Started
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Coffee Before Running? Performance Benefits + How Much To Drink
Not only do many adults enjoy starting their day with a cup of coffee, but the endurance performance benefits of caffeine are well documented in research studies to date. But, while caffeine’s effects on running and athletic performance for endurance athletes at large are certainly appealing, is a cup of Joe, energy drinks, caffeine pills, pre-workout supplements, a shot of espresso, or any other forms of caffeine right for you?
Among the many physical and mental health benefits of running, plenty of runners lace up their running shoes and put in the miles with the goal of running to burn fat.    But, does running burn fat? Does jogging burn fat?    Running is a high intensity exercise, so it can be an effective way to burn calories and support weight loss as opposed to other lower intensity forms of exercise. Losing Weight Tips, Jogging, Fat Burning, Lose Weight Running, Does Running, To Lose Weight, Benefits Of Running
Does Running Burn Fat? 8 Tips To Lose Weight Running
Among the many physical and mental health benefits of running, plenty of runners lace up their running shoes and put in the miles with the goal of running to burn fat. But, does running burn fat? Does jogging burn fat? Running is a high intensity exercise, so it can be an effective way to burn calories and support weight loss as opposed to other lower intensity forms of exercise.
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Why Do My Legs Feel Heavy When Running? + What To Do About It
As a running coach, one of the most common complaints or concerns that I get from athletes who are looking to start training is that their legs feel heavy while running. Interestingly, while beginners often complain of having heavy legs or tired legs when they first start training, it’s also common to see experienced long-distance runners dealing with feelings of heaviness in the legs or noting that a relatively easy run feels like it’s causing tired legs.
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What To Eat Before Running In The Morning (And What Not To Eat!)
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How To Run An 11 Minute Mile + 10 Tips For Faster Running
So, you want to run an 11 minute mile? That is an admirable goal! Being able to run a mile at an 11-minute mile pace sets you on your way to being able to run farther and faster. And, we want to help you with your goal! The 11 minute mile pace marks the line between run/walking a mile and running a mile. Many beginner runners start with run/walk intervals in which they complete a mile between 12 to 14 minutes.