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Disclosure: When you purchase a product through our links, we sometimes earn a commission. Read more.. Challenges With Wide Feet If you are one of the many people with wide feet, you know the challenges that come with trying to find a comfortable pair of running shoes (or any shoes for that matter). There are times when you wish you had been blessed with "normal feet" that just was not in cards for you. Instead you have spent a lifetime having uncomfortable shoes that feel tight and painful on feet. The good news is many running shoe companies [...]
We have all been there the day after a hard run, when you have to walk up a flight of stairs and your muscles are extremely sore. It not only happens to seasoned runners, but this can also happen to new runners or runners that have taken a little time off. Our goal is to help you get back on track and give you the information you need when you find yourself suffering from sore muscles. Why Do We Get Sore After Running Sometimes Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (better known as DOMS) is common. Changing up the duration or [...]
So you have convinced yourself you are ready to start running again. It might have been an injury, couldn't find the motivation, bad weather, or work has just been killing you that caused you to stop. It can seem like a challenge to get back into the running saddle after being away for a while. Almost everyone has experienced it at one point in time or another. Having to take time off from running is very common. Time to jump back in and start running again! Be safe and get back to the thing you used to love to do, [...]
When you first start running learning to control your breathing may seem like a big challenge. Using the wrong technique will leave you gasping for air. Here are a few tips to help you with your breathing. Belly Breathing is Best I know, it sounds strange to say belly breathing, but it's true. What to improve your breathing and running performance, then learn to breath deep from the belly instead of taking short shallow breaths that come from your chest. Okay, so it's not really your belly that helps you breathe, but your diaphragm. That's right, your diaphragm is the [...]
It's something all runners think about. What should I eat before running? The fact of the matter is, it depends. Every runner is different and as much as we wish everyone was a one size fits all when it comes to eating before a workout, that is not the case. Should you eat before a morning run? Most people would say you should eat before a morning run (or any run for that matter). Running like any exercise is going to require energy. You need to fuel your workout so you don't crash or feel weak. Eating is not just [...]