5 Running Apps for Android for 2011

Taking full advantage of the flexibility and horsepower of the Android OS, apps are helping runners improve their times, keeping better track of their courses, and are even providing outlets for some friendly competition. These five apps are optimized to take full advantage of Android phones, allowing runners to make the most


 

Common Injuries in Female Runners

There are a number of injuries that afflict female runners more than male runners. Here we explore four of those, with a brief description of each




 

Achilles Pain and Running

Achilles tendonitis and tendon rupture: two of the most common medical problems which can occur with the Achilles tendon



 

Why Do our Feet Have All Those Bones?

In my 54 years of running long-distance races, my feet and I have had a lot of adventures together. Sometimes, looking back, I feel guilty about how badly I treated them when I was young



 

In partnership with the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE), the ING RFSB School Awards Program will provide a minimum of fifty (50) up to $2,500 grants to schools that desire to establish a school-based running program or expand an existing one. Applications are due May 1st, 2011!




 

Shoes for Pose Running

Runners are understandably very interested in the topic of running shoes, since without running shoes most runners would be unable to train, or at least train with any significant mileage. Or would they?



 

A Steep Change in Performance… or Not ?

Continuity in running is important and improvement in performance is often gradual over a period of time but can also be experienced as a step change in performance. This happened to me during the 2010 running season after a few years of regular running but without much development. All of a sudden I reached goals I had had for a




 

Battling the Elements: Keeping Shoes Fit this Season

The transitional months of spring can take a toll on running shoes—whether you’re a trail runner, a road runner, or a mix of both, a winter thaw mixed with spring showers can make the freshest shoe look and feel ages old in a matter of weeks. By following a few simple steps, you can keep shoes looking new—and most



 

GO OUT AND RUN!

Originally posted on CoachingEndurance.com, just watch it: it is guaranteed to make you want to go out and run!


 

Long May You Run. A Great Book for Every Runner.

Long May You Run is an unconventional running book. It is not a training book, or a gear selection book, a motivational book or a biography/life experience book - It's all this in one, very enjoyable book.


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