14 Must-Try Tools to Speed Recovery

14 Must-Try Tools to Speed Recovery

Posted on May 20th, 2013 in Blog.

The following post comes from our friends over at Greatist – the fastest-growing fitness, health and happiness media start-up. Along with a few tips below we’re highlighting for you, check out more health and fitness news, tips, healthy recipes, expert opinion, and fun times at Greatist.com. The workout may be done, but the work is more »

Cure This Common Running Pain

Cure This Common Running Pain

Posted on April 23rd, 2013 in Blog.

The following post comes to you from our friends at Men’s Health – the men’s guide to fitness, workouts, weight loss, and more from the world’s largest men’s magazine. Along with blackened toenails, many runners tend to suffer from iliotibial (IT) band syndrome—an overuse injury that often causes pain on the outside of the knee. more »

It’s Raining Workouts

It’s Raining Workouts

Posted on April 16th, 2013 in Blog.

Winter is technically over and things are beginning to warm up – and boy is it showing. Last week alone you logged more workouts and routes than at the peak of last year – congrats! Let’s help each other make 2013 our fittest yet. We’ll be highlighting our tools along the way to ensure you more »

5 Tips for a Stress-Free Race Day

5 Tips for a Stress-Free Race Day

Posted on April 8th, 2013 in Blog.

The following post comes from our friends over at Greatist – the fastest-growing fitness, health and happiness media start-up. Along with a few tips below we’re highlighting for you, check out more health and fitness news, tips, healthy recipes, expert opinion, and fun times at Greatist.com. The day you run a race, the hardest work more »

The Importance of Power and Zone Training

The Importance of Power and Zone Training

Posted on March 19th, 2013 in Blog.

Zone training is one of the most effective ways to target specific workout goals based on the amount of effort you are exerting. Unlike heart rate, which measures your beats per minute (bpm) to show how hard your body is working, power based training allows you to identify different levels of performance effort within certain more »

20 Indoor Workouts to Try Before Winter’s Over – Part 2

20 Indoor Workouts to Try Before Winter’s Over – Part 2

Posted on March 18th, 2013 in Blog.

Part 2 of our indoor workouts series from Greatist. Greatist is the fastest-growing fitness, health and happiness media start-up. Along with a few tips below we’re highlighting for you, check out more health and fitness news, tips, healthy recipes, expert opinion, and fun times at Greatist.com. 11. Carve the core. If you want to define more »

Foundations of Strength Training

Foundations of Strength Training

Posted on March 15th, 2013 in Blog.

Guest post by Carrie Barret: Trainer, Coach and Freelance Writer Every Tuesday morning I make the 20-minute drive to Train 4 the Game for my twice-weekly strength and flexibility sessions. These hour-long workouts are some of my favorite workouts of the week. They are also probably more vital than any swim, bike and run workout, more »

20 Indoor Workouts to Try Before Winter’s Over – Part 1

20 Indoor Workouts to Try Before Winter’s Over – Part 1

Posted on March 7th, 2013 in Blog.

Part 1 of our indoor workouts series from Greatist. Greatist is the fastest-growing fitness, health and happiness media start-up. Along with a few tips below we’re highlighting for you, check out more health and fitness news, tips, healthy recipes, expert opinion, and fun times at Greatist.com. You’re not imagining it. Winter still isn’t over, but more »

50K is the New 26.2 – Running Your First Ultra Marathon

50K is the New 26.2 – Running Your First Ultra Marathon

Posted on February 26th, 2013 in Blog.

By Sarah Nels – You can follow me here as well. One tenth of one percent of the U.S population has completed an ultra marathon. With record attendance at marathons in 2012, why aren’t more marathoners graduating to 31.06 miles? Running a marathon is a major accomplishment and common bucket list item, but the fun more »

Guest Post – Dorothy Beal, MilePosts

Guest Post – Dorothy Beal, MilePosts

Posted on February 22nd, 2013 in Blog.

The below post is from guest writer Dorothy Beal of MilePosts. Every athlete-parent has asked themselves at one point – how will I train? How will I find time to do all I already do on top of my responsibilities as a parent? As a marathoner (23 under my belt) and a mother of three more »

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