Archive for the ‘Running Tips’ Category


Why are Squats beneficial For Runners?

You all must be aware of the fact that strong and healthy legs are the basic requirement for running miles regularly. Scientific evidence shows that strength training improves the running pace and along with many other positive effects. One of the best ways of ensuring legs & glutes strength is squatting. Performing squats on a […]

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45 Minutes Running Plan That’s Ideal for Weight Loss

You look around and see everyone discontent with their weight. You open a health journal, and the first thing you see is related to weight loss or obesity. You go to the gym and see people talking about weight loss, or you escape this all and try to entertain yourself with some YouTube videos, and […]

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Learn How to Run Faster and Improve Your running Pace

The human body gets adapted to the physical activities you expose it to. After some time, it develops the endurance level. Running a goal that was once challenging for you gets easier with time. Running for a while builds up an endurance base in your body. Setting up a new goal keeps you motivated. Pushing […]

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How Can Running Become A Mental Health Therapy?

Thinking of losing weight, run. Thinking of getting into shape, run, or even if you are thinking of clearing your head, run. Most people ask a question like what running has to do with mental health because, let’s face it, you run with legs, and your brain is on the complete opposite side. Judging from […]

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Running Form Revisited.

There are many different styles of running form. For example how your legs, hips, knees move through the action and how your foot lands, transfers load and pushes off again. Biomechanics of skeletal and joint structures have been endlessly studied through gait analysis. IF joints are stressed too much or too long they will eventually […]

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Choosing a Shoe for Overweight Walkers & Joggers

Guest writer: Barbara Martinez Which Shoe For Overweight Walkers & Joggers? Walking or jogging is perhaps the most popular, natural, and stress-free way to keep yourself fit and healthy independent of body shape or size. Sadly, overweight walkers and joggers find it challenging to choose the right shoe. That’s why we have researched the topic […]

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Tortoise and Hare – Cliff Young

The Legend of Cliff Young: The 61 Year Old Farmer Who Won the World’s Toughest RaceIn 1983 a 61 Year Old Farmer Won a 544 mile endurance race because he ran throughout the night while the younger ‘professional’ athletes sleptAn Unlikely Competitor: Every year, Australia hosts 543.7-mile (875-kilometer) endurance racing from Sydney to Melbourne. It […]

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Sore Joints – Turmeric and Anti-Inflammation

Many runners experience occasional joint discomfort due to the nature of “pounding the pavement” or rough, rocky trails. Mild discomfort is not so bad and can dissipate over a few hours or days naturally. Some discomfort can remain for longer periods and that is your body trying to tell you something! A lot of people […]

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The Runner’s Guide To Proper Skincare

Running is one of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to get fit, and it’s also the best way to get your daily dose of Vitamin D from the sun. But while running can benefit your body, it can be quite tough on your skin as regular exposure to the elements can cause your skin to […]

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Couch To 10K

Doing a 10K race can introduce a new level of challenge and interest in your training program. A 10K is roughly 6.2 miles, and it’s a great distance for a beginner. In fact, you can get ready for it in less than three months, even if you have zero running experience. You just need the […]

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