Living in the Midwest, the treadmill is a great option.
During all of your training, you are trying to convince your body to keep going, and you ignore your mind when it thinks it is tired. So why listen now? How do you know when it is time to take a step back?
With 47 marathons, four 50-milers, three 50K races and countless miles under my belt, people always ask me, “What do you think about for that long?” Most days, I don’t have an answer.
As a runner, I have ran on city streets and have logged hundreds of miles on gravel roads, yet very rarely worried about what could happen to me while doing it.
There are a lot of people who start their new running routine – or pick running back up – just as the weather warms. So, how do you get started after a running hiatus?
What makes me, among other athletes, continue to get up and get moving day after day? What does it take to stay focused when things get rough, or when you simply get tired?
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How cold can you run outside and what things do you need to take into consideration? When should you turn to a treadmill? Keep the following in mind.
In my mind, running is the greatest sport on earth. But on Friday, Nov. 13 my love for running was thrown a curveball. My nephew was hit by a car while out running and died.
Too many people want results without working hard for it. Becoming a faster runner does not happen overnight.
The most important thing is finding exercises to address your imbalances.
Do you need to see a physical therapist if it hurts when you start running? Not necessarily.
Physical therapy looks at the patient from head to toe and evaluates areas of weakness to improve your full body function. Physical therapists find out why you have a problem and help you fix it.
I welcome this new era with open arms. I want to prove to myself that I can continue to do this.
Three-time Lincoln Marathon winner Christy Nielsen offers advice on recovering physically after the race.
It is beyond exhilarating to do something that requires you to push not only your body but your mind through as well.
Do you only run? Are you always at a yoga class? Do you love weight lifting?
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