As you can probably imagine, compared to the average person, marathon runners need to consume quite a bit more food on a daily basis to support their training. And this is especially true for the pros who dedicate the majority of their waking hours to race prep for weeks on end.
Run & Race The longer you go, the easier it gets
The importance of picking the right running gear cannot be stressed enough.
Saying goodbye to summer means most runners will soon be trading in their sport sunglasses and water bottle belts for more time spent on what many refer to as the “dreadmill.”
If you could go for a jog with any one of the 2016 presidential candidates, who would you choose?
Bernie Sanders? Ben Carson? Hilary Clinton?
If you’re like most athletes, you like to plug in and tune the world out while you work up a sweat.
As if logging many, many miles week after week weren’t enough to handle, there are several challenging obstacles involved with training for a marathon, one of the most difficult being maintaining
All too often we’re led to believe that by spending more money—no matter what the item might be—we’re investing in a higher quality product.
Sure, for some goods this may be true, but this logic doesn’t hold up across the board, and as one recent study found, it definitely doesn’t when it comes to running shoes.