July 27th, 2013

Learning More About Your Favorite Runner

Where Are The Best Places To Find More Information On Runners?
The Internet is a powerful place for learning about new and old information. Moreover, the Internet is a fantastic place to discover more facts about your favorite runners. In addition, you should consider the benefits of joining a few key social media networks. The main reason for doing this is to stay in touch with your favorite runner and running sites. By joining Facebook and Twitter, you can follow your favorite runners as well as magazines that highlight the latest news on the Read the rest of this entry »

May 25th, 2013

5 Items Every Runner Must Have

Running is great way to lose weight and stay in shape. Using the right equipment will significantly increase your performance. Here are 5 items that every runner must have:


Not all socks are created equal. The best socks for runners are thick dry-fit socks that offer lots of cushion on the bottom while remaining breathable on the top of the foot. Most sports shops offer socks that are specifically made for runners but knowing what to look for in standard stocks can save you money.


Every runner needs a good pair of running Read the rest of this entry »

March 26th, 2013

How Much Water Should You Drink While Training

Most people don’t drink enough water even if they live sedentary lifestyles. The actual recommended amount is roughly 96 ounces per day for men and 72 ounces per day for women. If you’re an athlete who is training for sports, you need to increase your water intake by about 20 percent. There are plenty of reasons for this. When you exercise, your body loses more water than people who don’t exercise. Keeping your body hydrated will increase your performance potential, decrease the risk of injuries, and allow you to have better endurance while you Read the rest of this entry »

September 28th, 2012

Training: Stay on Track

Even if you’re not a gym rat, you can still run a marathon. If you’re training for your first race you’ve got a long road ahead of you, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do it! Here are a few tips for staying the course: Set Reachable Goals – the biggest mistake we see people making time and again is setting goals too lofty from the start. If you’re barely a runner don’t put a 10-mile run on your second week in – Start off slowly and give yourself plenty of time to train your way to fit. Fuel Yourself – It’s crucial to set your body up for success – marathon running isn’t just about getting in gear the day-of, it’s about a lifestyle change. Eat better meaning lots of protein and veggies and cut out the refined carbs, too. Minimize distractions – If you’re glued to the TV, try unplugging it for the week. If you’re worried about work, take a few vacation days to clear your head. If money is an issue, take advantage of the credit counseling services available from debtsettlementusa.com/.

August 25th, 2011

Best Sports Drinks To Stay Hydrated

Sports drinks are a great way to keep you hydrated during an excrutiating work out, or during a run out on a hot summer day. Choosing the right sports drink though, is just as important as choosing a sports drink to begin with. You want to make sure that your sports drink is going to keep you cool, hydrated, and will keep you going through the entire workout. So, when choosing a sports drink, you are going to want to find something which is Read the rest of this entry »

August 21st, 2011

How To Change Your Diet Before The Race

Changing your diet before a big race is not always easy. In fact, it might require quite a bit of deliberate effort. However, you will need to put in the effort or else you won-t be able to perform at the level you need to in order to place high much less win.

Certain dietary items need to be eliminated because they will wear down the body making it extremely difficult to maintain endurance. Any dairy item would be disastrous for a marathon runner since dairy can ruin cardio due to the coating it leaves on the Read the rest of this entry »

August 18th, 2011

Tips For Buying Clothing For A Marathon

There’s no doubt about it, the marathon is a physically and mentally challenging event. Whether you’re preparing for your first marathon or trying to set a personal best time, you need to take preparation seriously. Hours and hours of training have been logged in the past months and everything is coming together but now it’s time to find what you’re going to wear for the actual race.

If you’ve already been training for awhile, you know how important comfort is for long distance running. If your clothes are uncomfortable, or restrict your movement, it will have Read the rest of this entry »

August 14th, 2011

Where To Buy Inexpensive Training Shoes

There are several sporting goods stores and stores which sell clothing for training and running in the mall, or just as their own independant stores. But, these name brand stores usually come with the price tag as well, and can really set you back on your budget if you want to buy the best quality products being sold for training. So, when you are considering to purhcase training equipment, from shoes to jump ropes, or clothing and accessories, really shopping around, will ensure that you are going Read the rest of this entry »