Archive for the ‘Running Tips’ Category


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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Safe Distances While Running During Coronavirus Covid-19 Pandemic

In a lot of countries walking, biking and jogging are welcome activities in these times of COVID-19. However, it is important to note that you need to avoid each other’s slipstream when doing these activities. This comes out of the result of a study by the KU Leuven (Belgium) and TU Eindhoven (Netherlands). (1)(2)(3) The […]

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How To Clean Your Running Gear For Optimal Performance

The American Heart Association recommends 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity or 150 minutes of moderate intensity each week in order to stay healthy. If you get yours through regular running, proper care of your gear is essential if you want to prolong its life and ensure good health with every run. From clothing to shoes to […]

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Running Shoes – Unbiased Reviews

RunRepeat is run by geeks. One of us ran around the world, another ran a marathon in 2:30 and a third is a 1500m OL-games participant. Check out our full team. For each shoe, we spend 15 to 30 hours to research technologies, upgrades, read user and expert reviews and run in the shoes ourselves. […]

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Heart Healthy Benefits of Running

Running is one of the most popular athletic activities for both fitness and fun. Although it can be challenging and exhausting, men and women run every day for a variety of reasons. Some of the most significant benefits from the sport are health-related. Improving heart health is one of the biggest motivators for people who […]

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