Running can be as simple as putting one foot in front of the other, but sometimes its not. Here are some running tips that may help you improve you running and achieve your goals. Everything from speed work to rest days and everything in between can be found here.


Wondering how to get started with running? Running is a unique experience for everyone, but here are some tips to help you get started. These tips will help you lace up and get running!

The training for 5k and 10k? Trying to figure out the differences between training for a 5k versus a marathon? Here we'll talk about how and what exactly is different about the training for a 5k/10k versus a half marathon or marathon.

So you've decided to take on the challenge of a half or full marathon head on! Congrats! Training for a half marathon or full marathon is a lot of commitment and you should be proud of yourself. These are some tips that may help you in your training journey!

Race day is approaching! Race day is exciting but also comes with a lot of stress and anxiety. From what to bring to how you're going to fuel. These tips will help you deal with your race day jitters.

Running isn't just physically challenging, it's also a mental game. Training your mind can help you become mentally tougher for that goal race or tough workout. Here are some methods that can be used to boost that mental toughness!

There is so much running gear available nowadays. The running gear you'll need to get out the door will vary depending on weather conditions, seasons, and personal preferences. Here are some guides that'll help you run in any weather.

There are all sorts of workout you can do running. Integrated different types of workouts into your running routine will help you run strong and run faster. Workouts such as intervals, tempos, and long runs can be found here!

As a runner the last thing you want to hear is that you're injured or sick. Dealing with injury or sickness can feel like a giant setback in your training, but it's best that you give yourself and your body the time it needs to heal. Here are some suggestions that may help you handle injuries or illness.

Recovery is an element of running often overlooked by athletes. Recovery can mean a complete rest day with no activity, but it can also mean active rest, which includes cross-training, stretching, and other low impact activities.

I always say that consistency is the key to success, this is very true in running, but I know that life can get in the way of your training sometimes. Here are some suggestions that may help you make running a part of you life.

Running form is a heavily debated topic in the realm of running. Here we address how to adjust your form, if you should adjust your form, and what are the benefits of "proper" running form.

All runners have some sort of goal, whether it be a time goal, a race goal, a fitness goal. Goals can be for the long term or the short term. Setting a goal seems simple enough, but sometimes its hard to come up with a attainable goal. We'll address how to come up with attainable short term and long term goals here.