It is one hundred hot degrees in NYC. The city feels and smells like the inside of a hot yoga studio. Obviously running is a much bigger challenge than normal. Today I had three one-mile (3x1600) repeats on my schedule as well as a warm-up and cool down. I managed to complete two of those repeats, but just didn't have a third in me. I'm still undecided as to weather or not the heat won, or if I … [Read more...] about Running Essentials Thursday: Know the Signs of Heat Exhaustion
No matter what training plan you're following or what your running goal is, these running tips can help you reach your goals. Find new running workouts. Learn how to tweak various elements of your training. Tweak how you're training right now to become a better runner. Click below to read more.
Ever wonder why your workouts aren't working for you? Today I'm discussing 5 Things that Can Sabotage Your Workout over at Where I Need to Be... Lessons and perceptions on health, wellness, sprituality and greater self love. Head on over to make sure you aren't sabotaging your workouts. … [Read more...] about 5 Things That Can Sabotage Your Workout
Welcome to another edition of Running Essentials Thursdays. If you missed the first two posts here's what we covered. Week 1: Muscle Tension Relief Week 2: 10 Minute Core Workout for after your run This week I'm tackling Amber's question: Amber, I've got good news! You don't have to run 3 or 4 days in a row. What works for some people doesn't work for others. There was a time when I use to … [Read more...] about Running Essentials: Do I Have to Run 5 Days a Week?
Scientifically, a mid-foot strike is more efficient than a heel-strike. Books such as ChiRunning and Born to Run are turning everyone on to the idea that the barefoot running style is the way to go. With the promise of a faster leg turner over and faster race times, I wondered what would happen if I jumped on the mid-foot minimalist bandwagon. If you've been reading this blog for awhile you know … [Read more...] about 5 Things Runners Should Consider Before Changing Their Foot Strike