Tag Archives: Running

  1. Injinji

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    On July 14, 2016

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    Let’s Do a Quick Run Through: The Evolution of the Running Shoe

    Though the running shoe is a relatively new innovation, much advancement has been made over the years to perfect the form.
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  2. Injinji

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    On May 5, 2016

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    Olympic Running Coach Shares Training Tips, Tricks, and Challenges

    We chatted with Greg McMillan, world-renowned running coach, founder of “McMillan Training Calculator,” and USATF coach.
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  3. Injinji

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    On April 28, 2016

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    Pronation 101: What Runners Should Know

    Read on to learn about the basics of one of the most common foot concerns, pronation, and how it can impact your running health.
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  4. Injinji

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    On March 17, 2016

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    Top Running Tights & Their Technical Features

    Start with one of these top running tights to improve your workouts.
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  5. Injinji

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    On February 16, 2016

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    Chasing the Chill: What to Wear On a Winter Run

    Find out what you’ll want to consider for your winter workout wardrobe.
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  6. Injinji

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    On January 19, 2016

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    The Benefits of Running in the Cold

    From helping to reduce heat stress when running to assisting with burning off seasonal weight gain, running during the cold wintery months is a smart choice.
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  7. Injinji

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    On August 11, 2015

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    Risky Running: A Look at the 7 Most Common Running Injuries [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Risky Running: A Look at the 7 Most Common Running Injuries [INFOGRAPHIC]
    65% of all runners are injured within a given year. On average, every 100 hours of running = 1 running injury. The average runner loses 5-10% of their year’s workouts due to injury.
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  8. Injinji

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    On July 9, 2015

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    How do you train for a marathon?

    Making the decision to run a marathon is a huge physical, mental, and time commitment. As race day approaches, you will find yourself spending more of your “free time” hitting the pavement than relaxing. Many marathoners will tell you that once you’ve crossed that first finish line, there is really no turning back. Marathon running is addictive and has a...
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  9. Injinji

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    On October 28, 2014

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    Lessons Learned After Crossing the Finish Line

    To start things off, I have never enjoyed running nor competed in a race (I had ran one two-mile race previously). Partly out of a dare and challenge, I decided to sign up for a half marathon three months away from the race date giving me plenty of time to train and figure out how to ‘be a runner.’ Sure...
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