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Howdy, y’all! It’s been a while since I’ve added an article on barefoot running. The Midwest had a hellacious winter, then some job and career-related
A long run should be a part of every distance runners routine.
I am finally just getting over a pretty bad flu/cold that lasted around three weeks. But now I am having a very difficult time getting back into running
My daughter is a junior in high school. For the last two years she has been running cc as the lead runner on the team with times between 19:50 and 20:30.
Coach, What are some workouts or things I can do to get out of, or prevent a mid-season slump, when improvement is slow or even at a standstill? Josh
Hi Coach, I'm a senior in high school who runs both track and xc. I know the importance of base training over the summer, and I usually am very motivated
Hi there. It’s me again! Still running barefoot, even in the Indiana summer heat. The asphalt roads that I run on are definitely hot, but not so hot
To add intrigue, resonance, and meaning to the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games, the marathon should start and finish at the Olympic stadium.
Hiya My niece has just been selected for Cross Country for her school and we've been told she's got good pace & natural ability. We've also been told
Will I survive Cross Country? Hello, I joined Cross Country for my first semester at my community college, and I am kind of afraid because I have never
Hi everyone; It's summer now in Indiana, and I'm still running (mostly) barefoot. I get a little over one mile, every few days of running. Most of it
Running a fast cross country race requires you to run the turns fast too. Here are three tips for three different types of turns on a XC course.
What is the typical calories burned running? Included in the article is a simple chart for miles and kilometers.
Five tips for a great 5K race strategy to get you on track for your best race.
It's hard to run a fast race, unless you can learn to start running relaxed. Here are a few strategies to help race or run quicker workouts.