An Insider’s Guide To Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend Photo provided by Karla Bruning. Participate in the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend like a pro with help from these insider tips. You’ve seen the photos on Instagram: sparkle-clad runners dashing through Cinderella Castle, posing for post-race pics with Mickey Mouse and slinging finisher medals through
Jasmin Paris’ Secret To Success Is Her 14-Month-Old Daughter Jasmin Paris wins the Montane Spine Race, breaking… The new 268-mile Montane Spine Race course record holder shares how raising her 14-month-old daughter helped her prepare for the race. Jasmin Paris is kind of a big deal. Earlier this January, she won the 31-kilometer Montane Spine
Coach Hillary Kigar on the value of online training plans. Plugging In NCAA runner turned high school coach Hillary Kigar has an answer for all things training—whether you’re hiring a run coach or piecing together a training plan yourself online. Is there any problem with using free training plans I find online? How do I
This Brussels Sprout Egg Hash recipe is chock-full of vitamins C and K. Cold-loving Brussels sprouts are a nutritional treasure trove. Namely, a mere cup of the kid favorite (we’re jokers!) supplies more than a day’s requirement for vitamin C and vitamin K. The shredding blade of a food processor can make quick work of
What Runners Should Know About The North Pole Marathon Fun fact: It’s the only marathon in the world that’s technically run on water. Of the millions of female runners across the United States, only six of them are members of the Marathon Grand Slam Club. And it’s no wonder, considering the intense requirements for membership.
The Ultimate Backstreet Boys Playlist Photo by Kyle Besler / Shutterstock.com. This 10-track workout playlist celebrates 26 years of Backstreet Boys. When the Backstreet Boys formed in 1993, few thought they’d still be kicking it in 2019. After all, most boy bands never manage to churn out a single hit. For the few that do,
Race bib, timing chip, sunscreen…worried you’ll forget something on race day? Consult this checklist the night before to make sure you’re all set. Adapted from Hansons First Marathon: Step Up to 26.2 the Hansons Way by Luke Humphrey and Keith and Kevin Hanson. Hansons First Marathon will help any runner who is new to the marathon train smart and find success at
It’s time to get connected in the running world, and in the case of the HOVR Infinite from Under Armour that means digitally tuning-in to a high-tech shoe with embedded sensors which enable you to track your pace, distance, duration and speed. These veritable Bobby Dazzlers do catch the eye and despite a bulky appearance
Destination: Rose Bowl Heading into the weekend during which the third annual Pasadena Half Marathon and 5K was to take place, race organizers estimated that more than 10,500 runners would turn up at the start line, many in support of the race’s official charity the Pasadena Ronald McDonald House. Those who registered had the option
Excerpted from Hansons First Marathon, this flowchart will help you figure out how to start training for your first 26.2. Adapted from Hansons First Marathon: Step Up to 26.2 the Hansons Way by Luke Humphrey and Keith and Kevin Hanson. Hansons First Marathon will help any runner who is new to the marathon train smart and find success at the marathon distance.
Just because sweater weather is here doesn’t mean your fruit and vegetable choices have to be relegated to lackluster imports. Native to North America, cranberries are an antioxidant powerhouse, and recent research suggests that a special type of carbohydrate in the pucker-worthy fruit can act like a prebiotic to sprout beneficial bacteria in our guts.
Jasmin Paris became the first woman to win the 268-mile Montane Spine Race—and she set a new course record by more than 12 hours in the process. [embedded content] The Toughest Mother Runner Around The Montane Spine Race is an icy 268-mile ultramarathon that takes place one week each January in the United Kingdom’s mountainous
Don’t Let “Quitter’s Day” Take You Down Don’t Let “Quitter’s Day” Take You Down Photo by Strava. Strava’s user data shows that January 17 is “Quitter’s Day,” the date athletes are most likely to forfeit their New Year’s resolutions. If you are among the many who set resolutions for 2019 on January 1, beware: according
These Dynamite Runners Made Sports Illustrated’s “Most Fit” List For 2018 These Dynamite Runners Made Sports Illustrated’s “Most Fit” List For 2018 Photo by New York Road Runners. Six of the women featured in Sports Illustrated’s annual “Fittest 50” list are among the running world’s brightest stars. We noticed something about Sports Illustrated’s annual Fittest
Ask Allie Kieffer Ask Allie Kieffer Photo by Melissa Ruse. In her new column, pro marathoner Allie Kieffer gets real about goal setting. With the first couple weeks of 2019 behind us, I’ve been thinking about my New Year’s resolutions. As a teenager, I had trouble coming up with resolutions. My mom would ask which
You Don’t Have To Race To Be A Runner You Don’t Have To Race To Be A Runner Where and how you run doesn’t matter as much as the reason you put in the effort. I am a runner. What is it about a person that makes the above statement true? Is it their training
If you don’t have any earmuffs on hand, vaseline could be your secret weapon to beating earache-inducing chilly weather workouts. NCAA runner turned high school coach Hillary Kigar has an answer for all things training—even when the temperatures drop and the last thing you want to do is log miles in the cold. My ears
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A registered dietitian breaks down the science behind why our bodies crave comfort food in the wintertime. In the summer, we are all about salads and smoothies, but when the temperatures fall, we are more likely to crave rich, hearty meals—high in fat, sugar and calories. While cooler temperatures, fewer daylight hours, food-focused holidays and
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