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How do you breathe while running? If you are not breathing efficiently, you are using too much energy and placing too much stress on your body.
Are you tired of feeling bad about how you run? Now you can easily accomplish your running goals and become the runner you always wanted to be. Get the 10 most powerful affirmations for runners.
Learn how body awareness can prevent running injuries as we learn to let our body heal itself.
My favorite part of vacation is finding a street or trail where I get out and see the neighborhood. It helps to clear the mind and put a smile on my face.
4 Health Benefits of Running That You Don't Already Know -- Running is good for us physically, mentally and socially, but now there are 4 more health reasons to start running.
What is a natural running form? Natural running is running the way we were naturally intended to run--easily, efficiently and injury free.
If you want to run better, eat right! Running nutrition matters. Your performance will be affected by what you eat and drink.
Do you listen to music while running? I don't ever listen to music while running and here is why.
The awareness of the benefits of Feldenkrais and running are slowly but steadily increasing.
Yoga for runners may make for a well-balanced runner as yoga and running complement one another quite nicely.
Black toenails from running--hat causes them and how can you prevent them?
Is your running foot strike causing running injuries? Should you change how you land on your feet? Would a different foot strike help you run faster? This article can help you decide.
Many runners are switching to barefoot running, but it is not a new fad. It has been evolving for the past 2 million years. We used to run to survive either barefoot or with minimal foot coverings.