Monthly Archives: November 2013

Adding hills to your running workout

Hill workouts are designed to strengthen your legs. For starters start with a small hill around 40 to 50 steps in length. As you approach the incline, slow down your pace and shorten your stride. By maintaining your leg cadence … Continue reading

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Winter Running (audio blog)

Winter running is much more of a challenge than say during the summer or fall. Some runners though like to test the waters and strive to continue running no matter what the temperature is. Local CBS news reporter Tom Hewitt … Continue reading

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How many miles should you run?

Distance running requires run lots of miles. Like most runners, I like to link my fitness level to the number of miles I run everyday during the summer. During the winter I vary because I also do skiing as well. … Continue reading

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4 Ways to use long runs for a Marathon pt. 2

Continued from pt.1* Any runner can still finish a race, even if missing a day of training. Thats why its always best to plan ahead for the week. Runners easily miss a long run due to injury, illness, or time … Continue reading

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4 Ways to use long runs for Marathon training pt.1

I for one never knew what it was like to train for a marathon and since I started my own blog about running I decided to look for ways to put in more time for running longer distance and then … Continue reading

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Runner’s Digest

At some point during a run, anyone can end up with midrun stomach problems whether that be sharp pain that forces your to walk or the sudden need to find a port-potty. Either way there is a cure for whatever … Continue reading

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