As you near race day, you should already feel confident in your physical training status, but how comfortable are you mentally? Read our top mental preparation tips that will help you maximize your performance on race day.
Bracing can be used on its own or in conjunction with physical therapy programs to achieve goals including support, compression and pain reduction. A runner who is seeking bracing can find options readily available at medical supply and sporting goods stores.
Read our list of factors to take into consideration when looking for your perfect shoe including: weight, price, durability, your running biomechanics, support, running terrain, and even the appearance of the shoe.
As a distance runner, nutrition plays a crucial role in providing the body with the appropriate energy required to meet exercise demands. We break down the nutritional requirements and recommendations for carb, fat and protein intake.
Foam Rolling (Self-Myofascial Release) is an excellent way to enhance recovery following your run. The main principal behind foam rolling is autogenic inhibition. Here are some great foam rolling tips that you can introduce into your routine.
Much like nutrition, hydration is an important part of peak running performance. Finding the right approach to fluid intake is unique to each runner. Missing the mark on fluid balance by taking in too little or too much liquid can not only hurt your time but potentially your health.