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3 Tips & Tricks to Finding Your Mental Flow on Runs

Want to train your brain? Learn about consciousness and its relation to "the flow" so you can perform and feel at your finest.

Pushing Through the Pain Cave

At mile 30 of the Bear 100 Mile Endurance Run, Luke Nelson struggled to focus as he moved along the beautiful, but difficult course. A

How Much Do Biomechanics Really Have to Do With Running Well?

Maybe your foot strike isn’t perfect, your stride a little long and your hip extension weaker than you’d prefer—but how much does

How To Crush Your Next Half Marathon

Whether you want to PR or simply finish, these pacing tips straight from a professional runner will carry you through 13.1 miles.

Everything You Need to Know About Running in the Sand

Don't let the beauty of the beach fool you—running in the sand isn't easy. Here's your guide to hitting the beach and running strong.

How to Avoid Overstride & Quad Dependency

In Running Rewired, physical therapist and coach Jay Dicharry, shares a program for runners to become stronger, faster and more

The Importance of Protein for Masters Athletes

This article is from Monique Ryan, MS, RD, LDN, CSSD, author of Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes. Recovery is an essential

The First Step to Developing a Psychology of Success

In this excerpt from Run Like a Champion: An Olympian’s Approach for Every Runner, two-time Olympic runner Alan Culpepper shares the

The Dangers of Under Fueling

This article is from Monique Ryan, MS, RD, LDN, CSSD, author of Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes. It starts well intentioned and

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