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  1. Running Shoes for a Marathon By David Dunlap
    Approximately two months ago, I participated in and completed my first marathon. I grew up playing soccer and had run a little track back in middle school, but had never before completed a race longer than a 5K.As I began to research different training programs and decide which race to choose for my first event, I quickly realized that there was some essential equipment I was going to need in order to succeed. At the top of this list was clearly a high-quality pair of running shoes. Little …


  2. Olympic Track Training By Lance Winslow
    For the Olympic Track and Field Competition the United States always faces challenges from other very competitive nations. Track and Field in Olympic History mean a lot for the United States and they show a sign of strength and honor of the individual. Generally the United States does quite well, as we have regions of our nation with year round outdoor training weather.One critical factor in track is form and pace, both of which must be mastered to be competitive. As a college track athlete an…


  3. Does Heel Pain Mean that I Need to Stop Running? By Daniel Marein-Efron
    Heel pain, medically termed plantar fasciitis, is a common and frustrating injury for many runners. It accounts for up to 10% of all running injuries and results from overstressing the band of tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes. If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, you probably experience sharp pain in your heel not only after running, but also with the first steps in the morning or after long periods of sitting or being on your feet.ē The most common causes of plantar fasciitis…


  4. How to Pick the Right Pair of Running Shoes By Robb Ksiazek
    Are you ready to start a new healthy habit of running or a seasoned runner looking to replace an old pair of shoes? Either way, it is very important to buy the right pair of shoes for you Ė not necessarily the ones that are the most technically advanced or on the sale rack!At least for me, it is so tempting to hit the sale rack when I begin my search for new shoes. It kills me to spend anymore than I absolutely have to, but with running shoes, I have found, it is one thing to not spare any e…


  5. Pregnant Running: Expectant Runners Share Stories and Advice By Anne Emerick
    When I became pregnant I planned to run throughout my pregnancy. I was addicted to running, had a low-risk pregnancy, and knew women were training through all nine months. I was sure I could manage to go out and jog a few miles each day.But after five months of pregnancy, my legs ached after running a half-mile and I had to introduce walking breaks. Then came the social pressure. By month seven I was tired of being asked, ďYouíre NOT still running, ARE YOU?Ē I had trouble getting motivated, si…


  6. 3 Keys To Finding Your Natural Running Stride By Andrew Peacock
    When I think back to when I was at school, my worst nightmare was running. I hated it, even more than football and rugy which I don't like even today. So I never thought that I'd be any good at running... until I found out the trick that I'm about to share with you now.I realised that running was an important part of my cardio-vascular exercise, and that I needed to find a way to make it a little bit easier for me. When I used the treadmill, I was getting way out of breath way too quickly (le…


  7. Choosing the Right Running Shoe By Ryan Fyfe
    Purchasing anything new can be a lot of fun, but it can also be very frustrating. Purchasing a pair of Running shoes is no different, and do the nature of our bodies I wouldnít recommend rushing into a pair of shoes just because they are cheap or convenient.No two people have exactly the same foot; however manufactures have divided shoes into three different categories: Cushioning, Stability, and Motion Control. Within these three categories their can be a lot of variation, but it is a good ba…


  8. The Safe Way to Return to Running Following Injury By Roy Palmer
    Injury in any sport is frustrating but a running injury probably tops the lot. Even a week away from your routine is going to effect your performance and this leads to further irritation. Training whilst injured is tempting but we all know it's a no go. So what can you do? Sitting around with your feet up may be what your physician ordered but its very difficult for a runner to do. Here we will look at some of the common injuries, probable causes and what the best approach is to get you back w…


  9. How To Start a Running Program By Jason Barger
    Running or jogging is one of the best ways there is to lose weight fast. It burns tons of calories and gets your body burning fat. Running strengthens the heart, lungs and can be done just about anywhere at anytime.The problem is most people donít know where to begin and usually do it wrong.In this article I am going to show you an effective way to start a running or jogging program without killing yourself.The first mistake people make when they begin a running or jogging program is that they…


  10. Running in The Zone: A Personal Account By Roy Palmer
    Running in The Zone has to be one of the most satisfying experiences. When it all fits together it can seem effortless and intensely rewarding. But why are some runs better than others? Is there anything we can do to help ourselves get into The Zone? Here is a personal account of one of my most memorable runs.I hadnít intended to go for a run following a ten miler the day before. But it looked such a beautiful summerís evening I was tempted to get out for a three, maybe four mile jog. Followin…


  11. Winter Running: Survival Tips For Your Feet By Christine Dobrowolski, DPM
    The days are shorter, the air is colder and the streets are slicker. Yet, many will still brave the cold, damp and dark streets and trails as winter sets in. For those who don't mind a little rain, snow, sleet or below freezing temperatures and run to survive the winter, it is important to know how to protect the feet so they too, can survive the winter months.1. Consider running in a trail shoe, even if you are not running on trails. Trail running shoes tend to protect your feet more …


  12. Running Tips By Ryan Campbell
    Itís a good idea to consult your doctor before beginning any physical activity. The information in this article is not meant to be technical, itís just a guideline. Use the information as you like.With that said, letís talk about running and its benefits.The wonderful thing about running/jogging is that I can be done just about anywhere in the world. All you really need is a good pair of shoes and some determination.Running is a great stress outlet and it promotes weight loss and fitness all a…


  13. Running for Beginners: The Benefits of Water Aerobic Exercise By Kely Braswell
    As beginning runners (or any runners for that matter!), we often tend to stick to the one thing we know: Running.And at Ordinary Runner (http://www.ordinaryrunner.com/) we certainly believe EVERYONE should be a runner!However, running does give us quite a pounding on our legs! Our joints and muscles are repeatedly shocked throughout the course of a run... And the more intense the run, the more pounding they take!Cross training a day or two a week can work wonders!What is cross training, you …


  14. Running for Beginners: The Running Tip, A to Z By Kely Braswell
    Here's a Running Tip for each letter of the alphabet!Follow these, and you'll be a wiser runner!Ask questions.Never stop learning. There are no stupid questions. Contact us at http://www.ordinaryrunner.com/.Balance.Running is not all there is to life. Keep family, friends, and faith!Carry a bandana!Fold it over your waistband. Good for wiping sweat, and wiping other places in the event of a detour into the woods in the event of a sudden attack of Runner's Trots.Diet wisdom!60% carbohydrate…


  15. Running for Beginners: Top 20 Sure Signs that You're a Runner By Kely Braswell
    Runners most definitely have some quirks and oddities, often completely noticeable by the loved ones in our lives! Yes, they are patient with us... But it can still be trying to live with a runner!At www.ordinaryrunner.com, we know we're not normal people!Here are some Sure Signs that you're a runner, with helpful suggestions from my wife!1) Your beach shoes are running shoes. Your dress shoes are running shoes. Your house slippers are running shoes. Heck, all your shoes are running shoes…


  16. Running for Beginners: It's All in the Shoes! By Kely Braswell
    I've been running for 27 years, and one of the best things I learned early in my running career was...... Your shoes are your ticket to a long-lasting, injury free running lifestyle!So, let's say you're just getting started in running.One of the things you like best about the habit is that being a runner doesn't take lots of specialized equipment. I mean, you just lace up a pair of shoes and go!And that's true! Running is one of the cheapest forms of aerobic exercise there is. You've probab…






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