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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
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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
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The Top 10 Workout Songs For January 2019 The Top 10 Workout Songs For January 2019 Latest Topics 3 Reasons Why Comfort Food Cravings Spike In The Wintertime6 Boston Marathon Champs To Compete For The Women’s Titles…How Camille Herron And Alyssa Godesky Measure Success Inspiration Recipes Shoe of the Moment Training Tips Music Chris Lawhorn01/11/2019
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Camille Herron, Alyssa Godesky and three professional run coaches share the methods they use to measure success in running. Measure Of Success Total mileage covered is one way to measure success for the year, but it’s not the only way. We asked runners and coaches: What’s your favorite metric to determine success? Their answers may
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Hungry for a healthy meal but low on time? That’s okay—all you need is 15 minutes to tackle this omega-3-rich meal. Busy runners often don’t have time to prepare elaborate meals calling for a laundry list of ingredients. But who says simple has to be boring or less nutritious? With just a handful of easily
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MR talks to SKINS expert Nick Morgan about the benefits of compression clothing and just why runners should be wearing it How has technology moved on in compression wear? Fabric properties continue to improve in terms of quality, durability, stretch-recovery, whilst additional thermoregulatory properties added to the fabrics have also moved on. Integration of wearable
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How much bad stuff are you breathing in when you run in busy areas? Pollution Problems Picture this: It’s a perfect, crisp morning  just right for a run. So you head out on the road and feel amazing—but you’re also sucking exhaust from the rush-hour traffic crawling by you. Would you be better off staying
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How To Plan A DIY Running Retreat How To Plan A DIY Running Retreat Latest Topics Healthy Diet And Lifestyle Choices To Make In 2019The Importance Of Expressing Gratitude All Year LongHow A Single Word Inspires Kara Goucher’s Strongest… Holiday Gift Guide Inspiration Recipes Shoe of the Moment Training Tips Travel & Adventure Amanda McCracken01/02/2019
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Healthy Diet And Lifestyle Choices To Make In 2019 Healthy Diet And Lifestyle Choices To Make In 2019 Latest Topics The Importance Of Expressing Gratitude All Year LongHow A Single Word Inspires Kara Goucher’s Strongest…You Won’t Miss A Beet With These Waffles Holiday Gift Guide Inspiration Recipes Shoe of the Moment Training Tips Healthy Lifestyle
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The Importance Of Expressing Gratitude All Year Long The Importance Of Expressing Gratitude All Year Long Latest Topics How A Single Word Inspires Kara Goucher’s Strongest…You Won’t Miss A Beet With These WafflesBrooks Running Celebrates Its Athletes’… Holiday Gift Guide Inspiration Recipes Shoe of the Moment Training Tips Healthy Lifestyle Emily Long12/31/2018 Practicing gratitude can
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Think of beets as your runner rocket fuel. Naturally occurring nitrites in the root veggie appear to improve exercise performance by increasing muscle blood flow, allowing for a greater rate of oxygen delivery. The same compounds may also improve blood-pressure numbers. So look for new ways such as these savory dinner waffles to welcome more
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Dave Ochsendorf, M.P.T., M.Ed., A.T.C., explains how improving your posture can make you a stronger runner. When you think of perfect posture, what comes to mind? Images of ballet dancers, models walking with books on their heads or straight-spined yogis, perhaps? Runners aren’t necessarily where the mind immediately goes for most of us—but making that
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