to stir up your routine. When you do the same run, day after day, you’re seldom challenged and your motivation is bound to sag. Think of it this way: if you eat a tuna and salad sandwich four days in a row, you’ll probably notice how delicious a different
If you're running a marathon this spring, you're about to enter the most critical – and difficult – four weeks of training, when 1) your weekly mileage is at its peak; 2) your motivation may be flagging; and 3) you're most likely to get sidelined
What are your running fears? Injury? Hitting the wall? When the anxiety monster rears its ugly head, here's how to beat it - or even make it work for you.Beat your racing fears.Beat your training fears. Beat your health fears.
The Fear: Falling BehindThe Fix: Close the Gap QuicklyAt some point, every runner gets dropped, whether it's on a long, hard run or in the heat of track repeats. Stiffness or fatigue from a recent workout is a legitimate reason for not keeping up; so is running with a crowd that'...
of the study between the run-only and run/bike subjects. Not to mention the benefits that mixing up your training with different disciplines can have on your performance. Just a few of these benefits include enhanced motivation due to the variety in your
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