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Why Do I Have To Poop When I Run?

Posted by: on January, 27 2015

Found on Competitor.com and written by Kelly O’Mara Here’s how to stay ahead of the dreaded runner’s cramps. It happens to the best of us — even Paula Radcliffe. In 2005, on her way to winning the London Marathon, the women’s world record holder was forced to stop on the side of the road and […]

Ironman California Events

Posted by: on January, 27 2015

Santa Cruz is known for its temperate climate, stunning coastline and redwood forests, and this brand-new race provides ample opportunities to enjoy it all.The race starts on the Santa Cruz Main Beach, east of the wharf. A 1.2 mile ocean swim will kick off the day. Athletes will begin the bike course at Depot Park […]

Lance Armstrong Interview

Posted by: on January, 26 2015

Found on BBC.com Lance Armstrong interview: An abridged transcript This story contains language you may find offensive. Tour de France legend, global cancer campaigner, friend of Hollywood stars and US presidents. Lance Armstrong was all of these things when he sat down opposite talk-show queen Oprah Winfrey two years ago. But the American icon was […]

How To Run Hill Repeats

Posted by: on January, 26 2015

Found on running.about.com and written by Christine Luff Hill repeats are an excellent way for runners to build strength, improve their speed, and build their mental strength and confidence in hill running. Although hills come in all different lengths and degrees of incline, the basic concept of a hill repeat is usually the same. You […]

13 Reasons Why You Should Be Running

Posted by: on January, 26 2015

Found on Buzzfeed.com and written by Muireann Carey-Campbell Getty Images/iStockphoto Warren Goldswain 1. To redefine your belief in yourself. “I started running during the biggest transitionary phase of my twenties. Post-university, I was unemployed and unsure of what I wanted to do next. My health was a mess; I was constantly ill, tired, and around 140 […]

How Great I Am – Super Bowl Commercial

Posted by: on January, 26 2015

Found on Competitor.com Runner and Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy will make you want to buy this car for all your athletic adventures. With the Super Bowl upon us in less than a week, television will be bombarded with several debuts of new, inspirational, funny, shocking and clever ads. One of those ads is this “How […]

Learn To Love The Pool

Posted by: on January, 26 2015

Found on Competitor.com and written by Marty Munson Another solo swim workout? Here’s how to beat black-line boredom for good this winter. 1. Make your swim multitask. How often do you dream of getting away from it all, to a place where 10 e-mails aren’t pinging at you every second? Well, think of the pool […]

L.A Marathon App Now Available

Posted by: on January, 26 2015

The ASICS LA Marathon smartphone app for Apple and Android phones is now available                            Click the following links to download the app now: iPhone –  Android The 2015 ASICS LA Marathon smartphone app delivers a best-in-class experience that allows runners, spectators and the […]

Get Maximum Results From Your Treadmill Workout

Posted by: on January, 23 2015

Found on Competitor.com and written by Stuck inside because of the Polar Vortex this winter? Here are some treadmill tips. With the Polar Vortex affecting most of the country, treadmills are being put to the test. I suspect that this winter not only will there be records for snowfall and low temperatures, but also for […]

Mind Over Matter

Posted by: on January, 22 2015

Found on RunningTimes.com and written by Mackenzie Lobby We’ve all heard the old adage about running being 90% mental. Turns out it might be true, and scientifically proven to boot. Tim Noakes, M.D., author of Lore of Running, has long argued that it is the brain that allows or limits endurance performance rather than the […]