The city's most famous running courses Running in New York City is one of the greatest things you can experience as a runner. It’s truly amazing and the running routes in New York are breathtaking, also challenging and give you some local flavor if you want to. From running in Central Park to crossing the […]
How quickly you are back in action after a half marathon depends on a few key aspects of post-half marathon recovery. A week after the NYC Half, my first half marathon many years ago, I bounced back to training while still feeling thrilled by the amazing race.
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Winter is here. And with the cold weather comes the hardest part of all: leaving the warm bed for those brisk morning runs. I gotta tell you, I already miss the summertime, but it will be here again before long. In the meantime, here is some of the best advice I can give on running in the cold.
Disclaimer: These are my personal marathon recovery tips, but you should consult with your coach, trainer or medical professional on a recovery plan that fits your needs. Recovering from a marathon and a distance of 26.2 miles is a very important component of your perfect training plan. Unfortunately, most runners often neglect marathon recovery tips […]
Being a beginner at running can be equal parts exhilarating and intimidating. You might be thinking: what kind of shoes should I get? What kind of terrain should I focus on? Will I start running outdoors or on the treadmill? Am I breathing right? Or even, how realistic is finishing a 5K in my first […]
Although runner’s knee is quite common among runners, it’s not really one specific injury. It’s actually a broad term that is used to describe knee pain that runners can experience for many different reasons. If you see a doctor for your runner’s knee, he will probably call it patellofemoral pain syndrome. Today you will find […]
Every runner experiences it at some point in their life, especially if you run long distances. The discomfort and pain of overexertion. It’s not only the debilitating fatigue, but also the headaches, muscle aches, and the intensely uncomfortable gastrointestinal issues. All you want to do is crash. You can’t move without every inch of your […]
Follow me to the NYC Half 2017 finish lineI love long distance running which is why the half marathon distance is my favorite. Training for a half marathon requires not as much time as you would need it for a full marathon but it is still challenging. Half marathon training means for me to run […]