Tag Archives: Training

  1. Injinji

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    On January 27, 2015

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    HIIT or Miss? (Infographic)

    High-intensity interval training (HIIT) exercise programs like P90X and CrossFit are sweeping the nation. While these fitness trends have many proven positive results, there are also some potential risks to be aware of. Share This Infographic On Your Site <p><a href=’http://www.injinji.com/blog/hiit-or-miss/#sthash.5WwAHloG.dpbs'><img src='http://www.injinji.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/Injinji-HIIT-Infographic.jpg' alt='HIIT or Miss?' width='' border='0' /></a></p> <p>Provided by: <a href='http://www.injinji.com/'>www.injinji.com</a></p> <p> Before you dive into...
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  2. 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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  3. Injinji

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    On June 19, 2013

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    Badwater Training Diaries

    Summer racing season has been off to a solid start for our Team Injinji athletes, with big wins at the San Diego 100 this month and Western States and Badwater just over the horizon. Our own Alexa Dickerson is heading into her second year racing Badwater and is training with running coach and Team Injinji teammate Lisa Smith Batchen. We sat down with them to get the scoop on training for the esteemed race.
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  4. Mike Wardian

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    On June 4, 2013

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    Invisible Training by Michael Wardian

    My name is Michael Wardian and I am a 39 year-old father, husband, international ship broker, coach, inspirational speaker, little league baseball coach, and endurance athlete from Arlington, VA. I am hoping that I can provide some guidance with this blog on how I try to make it all work. It doesn’t come easy, but to be cliché, nothing worthwhile ever does and I wouldn’t have it any other way. The way I try to make all this work is to do what I call “Invisible Training” and by that I mean I try to make my training as low/no impact on my family and work as possible.
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  5. Brandy Erholtz

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    On May 9, 2013

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    Two Pink Lines...By Brandy Erholtz

    Two Pink Lines….. Can change everything…. when referring to a positive pregnancy test! I’ve always had an irregular menstrual cycle and for a majority of my running career thus far, it has been a blessing as sometimes I would go nine months without a period. When I took the test back in February, my emotions went from shock to denial to disbelief to acceptance to joy and finally elation!
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  6. Injinji

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    On May 8, 2013

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    Spring Training Tips

    Spring came a little late this year in many parts of the country, but now that the ice and snow has finally melted it’s time to get that Spring Training into motion! With a plethora of races to choose from in Spring and early Summer, it's a great time to set some new goals and push yourself beyond your comfort zone. Here are some tips to keep in mind to stay motivated and crush last year's personal best.
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