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Archive for October, 2016

How To Choose The Perfect Pair Of Running Shoes

Monday, October 31st, 2016:

One of the first purchases new runners typically make are running shoes. It’s a pivotal moment where you go from thinking about running to actually taking steps to do it. That being said, not any old running shoes will do. To train successfully, without injury or pain, it’s important to choose the right shoes for your feet and running style. Four primary types of running shoes There are four main types of running shoes. Each is designed for a different type of running. They include: * Motion-control shoes * Stability shoes * Cushioned shoes * Lightweight training shoes Motion control […] Read More →

5 Running Tips For Beginners and Practiced Runner

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016:

Five More Running Tips For Beginners and Practiced Runners Alike In a previous article, we covered the top five running tips however it’s easy to go on because there are so many ways to make running easier and more effective. The previous article spoke on starting small, choosing the right running gear, staying motivated, running when it’s right for you and pushing through on those tough days. This article continues where that one left off. #1 Stretch after you run. Many people believe that it’s important to stretch before you run however stretching after you run is significantly more important. […] Read More →

How Many Calories Are Burned Running

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016:

Calories Burned Running When it comes to exercise, there are few fitness programs which beat running for burning calories and helping people get into shape fast. On top of improving your cardiovascular health running burns an abundance of calories. How many calories are burned running? Here’s a simple equation to find out. The number of calories you burn when running is based on a number of determining factors or criteria. These criteria include: * How much you weigh * How fast you run * How far you run For ease of use, most equations are based on running one mile […] Read More →

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