Running Around the Web This Week – 011

This week from around the web: Reasons you are not improving, hill training, stretching tips

10 Reasons Why You Are Not Improving

To seek improvement, examine your past training and see if anything is missing. Do not perform more of what you have been.

http://skorarunning.com/blog/no-improvement

Stretching the Peroneal Muscles

Some tips on how to stretch your Peroneal Muscles

http://www.kinetic-revolution.com/qa-stretching-the-peroneal-muscles

The Ups and Downs of Hill Training for Runners

How to integrate hill training into your training program

http://predawnrunner.com/2013/05/hill-training-runners

How Muscles Affect Stride Rate

Future research may help save quads during downhill miles.

http://www.runnersworld.com/running-tips/how-muscles-affect-stride-rate

When to Replace Running Shoes

How do you know when it’s time to replace your running shoes? The typical 400- to 500-mile answer isn’t true in every case.

http://www.active.com/running/Articles/When-to-Replace-Running-Shoes.htm




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