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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 […]

Timing Of Nutrition

Posted by: on July, 21 2014

Found on USATriathlon.org and written by Timing of Nutrition By Susan Kitchen When you eat is as important if not more important than what you eat. Timing your meals and snacks is crucial to maximizing your training performance and optimizing body composition. Here are some tips to help you improve nutrient timing. Tip No. 1: […]

VIDEO: OC Cyclists Take To PCH To Remember Fallen Riders

Posted by: on July, 21 2014

LAGUNA BEACH (CBSLA.com) — Cyclists took to Pacific Coast Highway on Sunday morning for a ride to remember two of their friends who died in the past year in crashes with motor vehicles on the busy beach route. Sunday’s ride was in memory of John Colvin, who was struck by a car last month while […]

Foam Fest Cancelled – No Refunds

Posted by: on July, 20 2014

The Southern California Foam Fest was cancelled.  Here is the message found on their website the day of the event: July 19, 2014 Due to some unexpected, last-minute logistical issues, we’ve had to postpone our 5K Foam Fest So Cal Event. We’re working diligently to reschedule and possibly move the event but we don’t have […]

Winners of FREE race entries: July Drawing

Posted by: on July, 20 2014

Winners have been announced for the July drawing.  Racegrader.com provides the Southern California race community the opportunity to win FREE race entries every two weeks.   Our site also offers the best online race calendar, authentic reviews, and exclusive discount codes.  We will be giving away tons of FREE entries on the 20th of each […]

Reserve Police Officer Placed On Leave After Making Video About Running Over Cyclists

Posted by: on July, 20 2014

According to BikinginLA.com there have been 54 cyclists killed this year in Southern California. (1/1/14-7/19/14) A reserve officer with the Santa Paula Police Department who made a YouTube video joking about running over bicyclists apologized Saturday, saying in a Facebook posting that the footage was satirical. I would like to apologize to all those who […]

VIDEO: Race Recap Apolo Ohno First Triathlon

Posted by: on July, 17 2014

It is race day at IRONMAN 70.3 Boise and Apolo Ohno is taking on his very first triathlon with his teammate, Women’s Health fitness director Jen Ator, rooting for him on the sidelines. For Apolo, an eight time short-track speedskater gold medalist, it’s his first opportunity to truly understand what it takes to be a […]

Fueling Your Brain For Running

Posted by: on July, 16 2014

Found on Competitor.com and written by Matt Fitzgerald Perform better by taking stuff that makes running feel easier. If you run at any given pace long enough, you will eventually get tired and slow down. Start running at 50 percent of your maximum sprint speed and you might last a few hours, assuming you’re fit. […]

Marathon Infographic

Posted by: on July, 15 2014

How Long is a Marathon? The Marathon Distance in Perspective Most people have running a marathon on their bucket list, but before that they may ask, “how long is a marathon?” This is a question that is often asked by non-runners or just curious individuals and if you’re one of the estimated 541,000 marathon finishers […]

VIDEO: Pete Jacobs Talks Running Technique

Posted by: on July, 15 2014

Former Ironman world champion Pete Jacobs discusses the importance of running technique and how he learned about the most efficient way to run.