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Hit The Pavement With These Running Tips For Beginners

What’s a workout you can do anywhere, with no equipment, and is good for all fitness levels? You know the answer: it’s running! Running is a very beginner-friendly exercise, even if it seems like after 5 minutes you’ve never breathed so hard in your life. Don’t worry – we’ve all …

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The 5 Best Running Shoes of the Year

A seamless, breathable knit upper on the « very flexible » Adidas Ultra Boost ensures a « slipperlike fit, » while its « arch cradling » fluffed-up foam midsole provides « good energy return, » so you feel « light, secure and fast on your feet. » Drop: 10 millimeters.

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Curvy model Erica Schenk on cover Women’s Running magazine

Fitness magazines are known for featuring perfectly sculpted bodies of athletes or sports models on the front cover in an attempt to motivate us but Women’s Running magazine are taking a new approach to support and encourage their readers in their August issue.  Running is an activity that is perceived …

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The Best Trail Running Shoes and Triathlon Sneakers

« You could wear these forever, » a tester said. The « light as a feather » New Balance Leadville 1210v2 has a mesh upper, a « supportive but not ridged » midsole, « pillowlike » cushioning and a rugged outsole that « grips the trails well, » so it seems « as if you’re never going to lose your footing. » …

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Marshall Ulrich’s Marathon Running Playlist

Courir 45 jours d’affilée doit devenir monotone. Le coureur de classe mondiale Marshall Ulrich partage les airs qui le garderont en vie de San Francisco à New York lors de sa course record à travers l’Amérique cet été. « Le vent » – Cat Stevens « Moonshadow » – Cat Stevens « Je n’ai toujours …

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Everybody Runs! Running Tips for those that want to, but think they can’t.

  This post is the first in a sponsored series on RUNNING with our friends at Superfeet®. All opinions are our own, and we look forward to hearing from YOU! Why did we decide to work with Superfeet®? (And yea, you should know that we are now even choosier in …

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WIN: abonnement de 3 mois à Freeletics Running

THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. THE WINNER HAS BEEN CONTACTED THROUGH EMAIL. I’m not really the type of girl who enjoys running. However, I always try to motivate myself to go for a run more often because I know I’ll feel good afterwards. And it doesn’t cost a lot of money …

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Running recovery: Liberty’s journey

Cela fait un moment que mon dernier post ici sur # FITGIRLCODE… Des semaines se sont écoulées et j’ai finalement recommencé à courir. Ceux qui ont lu mon tout premier article sur blog savent que j’ai commencé mon parcours de yoga à cause de la course à pied. Les blessures …

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The 10 Best Running Tours to Explore the World

If you’ve ever wondered how you can combine your love for running with your thirst for international travel, we have your answer: running tours. These scenic runs take you through some of the world’s largest cities, revealing historic landmarks, alleyways, gardens and rivers to help you soak it all in. …

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Step Up Your Running Game with This Stair Workout

Photo: Pond5 Forget the treadmill. Stair-climbing machines are likely the most dreaded piece of cardio equipment in the gym, and for good reason: Trotting up step after step is tough work. But that’s exactly why you should add climbing to your fitness routine. Running up stairs makes for a high-charged …

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6 Running Stretches That Are Too Easy to Skip

Photo: Twenty20 If you’re one of those runners who sprints away from a warm-up and cool-down as fast as you do a finish line, you’re missing out on some great benefits. Plus, you could be putting yourself at risk for injury. According to Lauren Loberg, doctor of physical therapy and …

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The Most Popular Running Routes in All 50 States

Whether you’re in your hometown or visiting a new place, running outdoors is one of the best ways to see a city, learn about its culture and discover sights you might otherwise have missed. Sometimes, though, finding the right spot to explore can get tricky. Good news for all you …

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