Running in the winter is tricky. You’ll be cold at the start, sweating in between, and FREEZING if you stop moving. Here’s how to layer up for success when running in cold weather.
Pounding your feet on the ground is often a major no-no if you want to keep your joints healthy. But is this true? Is running really that bad for your knees?
If you’re wearing the same size shoes that your parent helped you pick out when they were still buying your clothes, you’re probably in the wrong size! You might not need to change brands to find the perfect fit - here’s how to tell if you’re wearing the wrong size running shoes.
Well done, you! You trained for months and clocked hundreds of KMs. You picked up your marathon race kit. Next stop: the starting line on race day!
This list will help you decide what to bring with you on the big day.
The purpose of racing flats is to make running more efficient and faster. They are lighter than other running shoes while providing less heel lift and support, allowing the body’s biomechanics to do their best work. But despite their benefits, racing flats are not without their problems.
Running is recession-proof, but how can it help you beat inflation? This article explains why road running booms when the economy is bad and how it can also help you stay on top of inflation!
Every athlete learns from a young age that if you sweat, you need a “sports drink.” But have you ever wondered how electrolytes work and how many you REALLY need?
Are you a solo runner? Why you should stop training alone and join a running club! Runners of all paces, experience levels, and motivation levels can benefit from running clubs, whether they have yet to find their crew or are just looking for the right motivation.
What are the advantages of building your base before starting your next training block? Check out what it means means to build a base and why it is important!
Many have a love-hate relationship with summer running. Beating the heat is a challenge all runners face. Here are our top ten tips for hot weather running.
Is it time to get new running shoes for your upcoming race? Find out when (and why) you should buy new running shoes before an event.
Do you feel unprepared for an upcoming race? You’re not alone. In this article, we give you a number of different recommendations that will come in handy if you haven’t been training properly.
Ever been injured or unprepared before a race? As your training builds, here are key tactics you can use to ensure you make it to the starting line healthy.
Sure, remembering the time you accomplished your biggest running goal can be a warm fuzzy memory. Still, it can make where your fitness is at presently discouraging or make your goals seem unattainable for some of you.
It’s better to start with a clean slate and take it easy. You may have run an effortless 5k in the past but need to take some walk breaks now. It’s also how you stay injury-free.
Many runners do not realize that popular running shoe styles come in waterproof versions. Saving yourself from the torture of putting your foot into ice-cold slush may be worth the price.
In the running shoe world, we have recently seen a change that is one of those “no looking back” advancements. From the mile to the marathon, running shoes with carbon fiber plates have revolutionized the sport.
You choose your wardrobe based on the occasion. So, it’s not much of a stretch of the imagination to consider that we could, and should, do the same thing when it comes to our running shoes.
As you may have guessed, picking a shoe based solely (sorry, shoe pun) on a review you found on the internet, or the recommendation of your best friend has limited value.