Running and Fitness Resources
We’ve compiled some great resources from our friends & partners to help you with your run and fitness training.
We aim to meet the needs of all runners—newbies and seasoned runners alike. We recommend showing up for a run, introducing yourself when you arrive, and getting hooked up with a coach who will provide a program to get you to your goal.
Check out our training programs to find one right for you. (And there is one right for you. We promise.)
Running seems like such a simple exercise without any thought. Well, since it is so simple, we tend to forget there is a science behind it. That’s where this blog comes in. This blog covers the science of running. For example, how your brain processes when you’re working out or tips for better technique when you run.
There aren’t many people who have a harder time trying to fit working out into their schedules than busy moms. This blog offers training schedules and anecdotes from the author. A busy mom herself, she knows that if she can do it, so can you!
Running is one of the healthiest forms of exercise. According to the American College of Cardiology, running for just 10 minutes every day can extend your life by several years. While it’s often more peaceful to run on a designated jogging trail or park, it’s common for most of us to run where motorists travel. Here are some top tips & techniques you should keep in mind on your next run to ensure others on the road see you.
A quick guide to choosing the best treadmill for your home, workout style, and budget.
Stretching out before you engage in exercise is beneficial for your muscles. Beginning a workout with stretches helps prepare the muscles to engage and flex. Without warming up before running or engaging in another type of exercise, you may be more likely to experience muscle soreness, and you also have a greater chance of injury. Stretching has many benefits for both the body and mind, including greater flexibility, better posture, and reduced emotional stress.