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  • Running Downhill: It’s a Skill
    Having completed the Comrades Marathon in both the up and down directions, I know all about running down hill. Even in the ‘Up Run’ at Comrades there is a significant amount of downhill. It is in these downhill sections, of particularly ultra marathons, but also hilly marathons where a runner... read more
    Source: Kinetic Revolution | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Team Wicked Bonkproof’s Racing Shorts, October 20, 2014
    There is a lot more getting after it to discuss after the weekend's races. Let's get right to it! Jim Berger took on the Mount Desert Island Marathon in Maine, with a goal of running sub-4:15. He did that and more, running 4:11 and running strong the whole way. On... read more
    Source: Coach Caleb | Published on 1970-01-01
  • The Reason You Need to STOP Icing Your Running Injuries Right Now
    Icing: there’s probably no injury treatment that’s more ubiquitous. At high school cross country meets, you’ll see ice bags and ice cups littered everywhere. At running stores, you’ll find reusable ice packs and specially-designed icing sleeves. And if you ask a doctor what to do about a running injury, the... read more
    Source: Runner’s Connect | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Some Marathon Do’s and Don’ts
    Marathon Do’s and Don’ts Guest post by Madeline Mahone The Don’ts and… and… The Do’s aka how to “handle the finish line” and… and… and… Don’t get too excited though when you’re done.   The post Some Marathon Do’s and Don’ts appeared first on Believe In The Run.... read more
    Source: Believe in the Run | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Should Your Training Plan Include Speed Work If You’re Not Training For a Race?
    One thing that keeps me excited about coaching after all these years is that every runner I work with has different goals. Some are training for their first race, others are qualifying for Boston, and many are using running as a way to stay fit or get healthy. Most training... read more
    Source: Runner’s Connect | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Logo theft!
    Looks like a company backed by some famous runners liked our logo a little too much. Please help us let them know that stealing a brand mark is wrong. Take a look. Tweet @rungum let them know that this is not cool. The post Logo theft! appeared first on Believe... read more
    Source: Believe in the Run | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Team Wicked Bonkproof’s Racing Shorts, October 13, 2014
    Another solid weekend of racing is in the books! The weather is getting colder, but the running is just heating up for the team. Jes Borland kicked things off with a 5k PR of 29:27, her first sub-30 5k. It probably helped that she was wearing a Wonder Woman shirt.... read more
    Source: Coach Caleb | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Can Children Adapt to Temperature Changes More Efficiently Than Adults?
    Nobody loves summer as much as kids do. Sure, adults like to sun-tan on the beach or go for a run on a Saturday morning, but kids, temporarily freed from school, truly run wild from June through August. This is all well and good when it comes to playing around,... read more
    Source: Runner’s Connect | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Puma Mobium Elite Speed Review
    Puma Mobium Elite Speed Review A little about the Mobium technology in the shoe before we get started. It is the defining feature of the shoe. The concept behind the shoe is based on expansion and contraction of your/a cat’s foot. The shoe is designed for midfoot striking. The Mobium... read more
    Source: Believe in the Run | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Marathon WR in Slow Motion: Dennis Kimetto Running Form
    I do like an opportunity to watch elite athletes in slow motion. They make it all look far too easy! Here’s a great video showing Kenya’s Dennis Kimetto in the closing few kilometres of running a World Record time of 2:02.57 in Berlin this year. Some Observations Clearly this is... read more
    Source: Kinetic Revolution | Published on 1970-01-01
  • 3 Ways to Use a Foam Roller More Effectively to Treat Running Injuries
    Previously, we took a looked at the latest science behind foam rolling to improve recovery and reduce soreness after a hard workout. But soreness isn’t the only reason runners use a foam roller. Managing and treating injuries is another popular use for foam rolling. But is it really effective? Unfortunately,... read more
    Source: Runner’s Connect | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Runner’s Knee (PFP) Taping Techniques for Pain Free Exercise
    I’ve just stumbled across this excellent video from my friend @DrChrisBarton, in which he demonstrates a relatively simple taping technique that runners can use to manage Patellofemoral Pain (Runner’s Knee) symptoms… As Christian says in the video; this kind of technique is often excellent for providing immediate reduction in pain... read more
    Source: Kinetic Revolution | Published on 1970-01-01
  • OnYou Magnetic Case & Sleeve
    OnYou Magnetic Case & Sleeve ($75…or $50 on Kickstarter now) Scott Bauer: Co Founder of OnYou – Mobile Accessories Do you run with your phone? I know a lot of people do. I see them running with the phone in their hand or tucked up in one of those armbands,... read more
    Source: Believe in the Run | Published on 1970-01-01
  • 3 Reasons a Gait Analysis at a Running Store Won’t Help You Find the Right Shoe
    Ask a group of runners what the reason for video gait analysis is and one of the most common answers will be “to help you choose the right running shoe.” It may be closely followed by ‘to have your running technique analyzed’ but even in those cases one of the... read more
    Source: Runner’s Connect | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Unilite Headlamp Review
    Unilite Headlamp Review (Head Torch for our UK friends) and Give Away Ok, so little pre review stuff to mention. First off Unilite provided us with several units for the review, the PS-H8 with 250 lumens and a rear red LED blinker was the most hardcore unit for urban predawn... read more
    Source: Believe in the Run | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Surviving the Wastelands
    During the 19th century, a quarter million people caught a bug. This bug was one that could only be satisfied by adventure and opportunity. These people traveled the 2,000+ mile route of the Oregon Trail from Independence, Missouri all the way to the Willamette Valley of Oregon. Throughout this exodus,... read more
    Source: Running Toward Dreams | Published on 1970-01-01
  • Want to run better? Join us for the Health Running Course in Carmel, California
    Calling all Doc’s, therapists, and trainers (and yes you super guru runners)! Join your’s truly and Robert Gillanders on October 18th and 19th in beautiful Carmel, California for an amazing installment of Healthy Running! This course was created by myself, Dr. Mark Cucuzzella, and Ian Adamson to be the premier... read more
    Source: An Athlete’s Body | Published on 1970-01-01
  • hard work + brains = race day success
    who’s ready for Kona? Check out the work we’ve been doing with Linsey Corbin over last year. Very much looking forward to a super fun day on Oct 11th on the Big Island!!!... read more
    Source: An Athlete’s Body | Published on 1970-01-01
  • How to Return to Running after the Flu or a Fever
    A while back, we looked at some research on whether or not running while you have a mild illness, like a cold, has any detrimental effect on your recovery. As it turns out, the research says no: moderate exercise, like easy running, has no impact on the duration or severity... read more
    Source: Runner’s Connect | Published on 2014-09-29
  • Ciele Athletics Go Cap Review
    Ciele Athletics Go Cap Review & Giveaway The problem with most running caps and visors is that they are not very washer friendly. Maybe your head doesn’t sweat, so you don’t need to wash your headwear. Mine does. A lot. Ciele Athletics makes a sweat wicking multi-panel cap that has... read more
    Source: Believe in the Run | Published on 2014-09-28