Running Around the Web this Week – 021

From around the web this week: Types of Carbs, Joggers Toe, Strides and Magellan Echo

Best Running Advice Ever

Top runners share coaching pearls of wisdom that have led them to greatness.

What Kind of Carbohydrates To Eat During Your Race: Liquids Vs. Solids

“During exercise, liquid foods always digest better than solid foods.” – At least, that’s what it seems everyone is saying these days. So we’ve all heard somewhere that when the going gets tough in a workout or race, liquids beat solids hands down, right?

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How to Perform Strides for Big Benefit with Simple Effort

Strides are one of the most effective and easiest to implement training activities that you can incorporate into any training regimen – whether you are deep in marathon training or base building for the season ahead.

Why Do Runners Get Black Toenails?

An explanation behind “jogger’s toe”

First look at new Magellan Echo smartphone enabled running watch

A quick look at the Magellan Echo smartphone enabled running watch.

How’s Your Hip Extension?

A Simple Test To Assess Hip Flexor Mobility (and More)

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