An intense workout can improve your mood and overall health, but it isn’t so nice on your gear and clothes.
Shoes, Clothing & Gear
From drinks and gels to chews and bars, as an endurance athlete you have many options when it comes to in-race fueling.
Most people who regularly lace up a running shoe, trainer or cleat know that Nike takes its name from the Ancient Greeks' winged goddess of victory.
Running puts an average of 1.5 to 3 times your body weight of shock on the joints, according to Harvard University. Imagine the pressure and the impact over time since you strike the ground almost 1,000 times per mile.
Aside from say, a serious knee injury or shin splints, plantar fasciitis is easily considered one
German researchers recently created a small shoe-sized device that derives power from the motion of walking.
You lace up your shoes, plug in your tunes, and of course, click on your watch; once that bad boy’s GPS connects to the satellites you’re ready to run.