Running at altitude is tough: with less oxygen in the air and a higher risk of dehydration, you’ll inevitably run slower.
Just consider that …
When you were a kid, you probably did sit-ups for an ab workout. But is the sit-up the best ab exercise?
That’s actually a simple question: the answer is no way! There are far better ab exercises than a …
Every day there’s a new fad diet that promises “effortless” weight loss and boundless energy. But ask yourself: do you seriously believe the hype?
Every diet subculture loves that hype. Go paleo, or raw, or vegan! Ditch the carbs! …
About 18 months ago, I interviewed Nancy Clark, one of the world’s most famous Dietitians. She’s a best-selling author and she’s even been on a Wheaties box!
Her expertise has been used by many professional sports organizations to gain …
There are always plenty of questions surrounding the topic of strength training for runners:
How often should runners do strength work?
Should lifting sessions be scheduled on hard, easy, or rest days?
What are the best exercises?
Stress: it conjures images of uncooperative toddlers, looming deadlines at work, and arguments with your spouse. But is stress actually a bad thing?
The answer (of course) is two-sided. Some stress can help you achieve more, accomplish difficult …
I’ve coached so many different types of runners over the years:
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