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VIDEO: Homeless Man Trains For San Francisco Half Marathon

Posted by: on July, 29 2014

From the NBC Today Show.

Best Beverages For Runners

Posted by: on July, 28 2014

Found on RunnersWorld.com and written by Liz Applegate, PHD Tea or Coffee Aside from providing a performance-boosting caffeine jolt, both drinks are rich in antioxidants. Studies show that tea drinkers have a lower BMI, waist size, and body fat percentage than those who don’t drink it. Regular coffee consumption may stave off diabetes, heart disease, and […]

How To Up Your Weekly Mileage

Posted by: on July, 25 2014

Found on Competitor.com and written by Jeff Gaudette Not all runners are created equal, but patience and time can go a long way. “What was the secret, they wanted to know; in a thousand different ways they wanted to know The Secret. And not one of them was prepared, truly prepared to believe that it […]

Motorist Gets Ticket For Following Cyclist Too Close

Posted by: on July, 25 2014

Watch as this police officer enforces the law. The Honda is tailgating the cyclist at 30 mph.

Driver In Cycling Fatality Booked For Vehicular Manslaughter

Posted by: on July, 24 2014

Found on Menifee247.com and written by Doug Spoon. A San Jacinto man was taken into custody for vehicular manslaughter in the death of a bicyclist July 23 on Domenigoni Parkway at the eastern border of Menifee. Luis Aranda Llamas, 23, was booked at the Southwest Detention Center in French Valley for vehicular manslaughter and display […]

VIDEO: Idaho Boy Helps Disabled Brother In Triathlon

Posted by: on July, 24 2014

An 8-year-old boy helped his younger brother, who has a rare genetic condition that’s confined him to a wheelchair, finish a triathlon

Race Day Shirts: Nothing Is Forbidden

Posted by: on July, 23 2014

Written by Denise Reich. Race day shirts: Nothing is forbidden My name is Denise. I have been racewalking in 5Ks for seven years now. Since 2011 I’ve done about 34 races, and I’ve completed every single one and medaled in two (the only two that had racewalking categories). And as far as the “racing elite” […]

“V” May Not Be For Victory

Posted by: on July, 23 2014

Found on Outsideonline.com and written by ERIN BERESINI For years, we’ve been discussing the media’s role in distorting female body image. Dozens of studies have fingered Photoshopped images in women’s emotional, mental, and physical health issues. Well boys, it seems your time has come. The pressure to look good, bulk up, and build a “six-pack,” the supposed […]

How To Avoid Injuries

Posted by: on July, 23 2014

Found on Competitor.com and written by Peter Viteritti Finding a balance between your training load and how much your body can handle can help in your recovery. Athletes often find themselves suffering from nagging injuries that don’t seem to connect to a specific trauma. There are reasons why this happens, and understanding the concept of load […]

How Long It Takes To Recover After A Race

Posted by: on July, 22 2014

Masters star Pete Magill lays out how long runners of any age need to recover after racing and workouts Written by By Pete Magill and found on RunnersWorld.com Most masters runners treat training as if it were a bank account. We believe the more distance, tempo and interval work we can deposit into our training […]