Running Around the Web This Week – 017

This week from around the web. Common Pacing Mistake, Strides, Excess Weight.

This week from around the web. Common Pacing Mistake, Strides, Excess Weight.

Are You Making this Common Pacing Mistake?

A look at the 6 paces you should be running regularly to improve.

How Much Does Excess Weight Impact Your Running Performance?

It’s a no-brainer for most people that extra weight will slow you down when you run. But how much will a given amount of excess weight slow you down?

Here are some easy to cook, fat melting recipes

Strides: What, When, How, Why

Strides are short accelerations in pace ranging anywhere from 20-60 seconds. These are controlled efforts, not all out sprints.

The Negative Effects of Overhydration

There is no question that hydration is essential for optimum running. Overhydration can result in low blood sodium levels that can cause muscle soreness, nausea, and even death.

7 Surprising Sources of Running Injuries

And how to keep them from cutting into your mileage.

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