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  • Want to burn more fat while you run? Check out these three tips…
  • If you're a runner, I'm guessing reaching your ideal weight is at the top of your list of goals. Not only to make you look and feel better, but also to help you run faster. Don't believe it? A 2007 study found that for every percentage increase in body mass, it cost study participants an extra 1.4% in metabolic energy to propel themselves forward. Here are three tips to burn fat while you run... ››› more
  • [04 December 2017]
  • Kiss knee pain from running goodbye!
  • As a runner, you can trust me when I say I'm no stranger to pain. However, I've run long distances before and have sometimes experienced stiffness, but absolutely no knee or joint pain. Literally - zero. Honest. No, I'm not a superhero, nor do I have bionic knees. However, what I am is consistent with these five simple tips. Whether you're running two kilometres or 20, the relief you'll feel af... ››› more
  • [22 February 2016]
  • Four tips for using a fitness tracker
  • In my books, there's nothing worse than exercising solo or always being dropped by an unmotivated friend. Do you agree? That's why I enjoy fitness trackers! They're super-reliable exercise pals that you won't regret choosing. If you choose to invest in one, be sure to following these great tips for using it effectively. How to use a fitness tracker #1: Set yourself attainable goals ... ››› more
  • [13 October 2015]
  • Do runners need performance gels for long runs?
  • If you're a runner, there's a good chance you've heard of energy gels, also called running gels - especially if you regularly compete in races. But how do these gels actually help, and is it necessary to use them? Let me fill you in… Why you should use energy gels for running Because carbohydrate is stored in the muscles and the blood, your performance on race day relies on using the glyc... ››› more
  • [07 October 2015]
  • Attention runners: Here's why you should be using energy gels for long distance running
  • If you're a runner, there's a good chance you've heard of energy gels, also called running gels - especially if you regularly compete in races. But how do these gels actually help, and is it necessary to use them? Let me fill you in… Why you should use energy gels for running Because carbohydrate is stored in the muscles and the blood, your performance on race day relies on using the glyc... ››› more
  • [26 August 2015]
  • Five mistakes every beginner runner makes - and how to fix them
  • Running is a great way to keep fit and enjoy the great outdoors. Plus, it's more cost-effective than a gym membership and all it requires is a a pair of sneakers! And, preferably, a running buddy too... But there are some common mistakes EVERY beginner runner makes when he or she starts out. Today I'm going to teach you about them, and help you prevent them... Avoid making these five running... ››› more
  • [27 July 2015]
  • Attention runners: Here's why you shouldn't ditch your running shoes just yet
  • Barefoot running has been all the rage in recent years (it's to blame for those toe-defining, sock-lie athletic shoes you're seeing on feet nowadays)… However, a recent University of Kansas study suggests runners (especially experienced ones) who want to ditch their traditional kicks for more minimalist sneakers should proceed with caution… Read on to find out why. The risks of runni... ››› more
  • [01 June 2015]
  • New study reveals: Your knees have 30% more protection when you run faster
  • The faster you run, the faster you're done! Well, duh… But speeding up might also be good for your body. Specifically for your knees. A new study published in the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy found that by running at a quicker pace, you could lessen the overall stress on your knees by 30%. Read on for more on this new finding. Protect your knees by running... ››› more
  • [27 May 2015]
  • Attention gym bunnies: Here are four pros and cons of running on the treadmill
  • What's better: Running on a treadmill or outside on the pavement? It's an age-old question. And the truth is: There are pros and cons to both. There are some workouts you can do more efficiently on a treadmill. However, running on a treadmill can create that aimless, never-ending “hamster wheel” feeling for some. I know it does for me, at least! It also depends on your goals, injury ... ››› more
  • [22 April 2015]
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