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Dealing With Pre-Race Jitters Like a Pro Runner

From top-level racers to someone toeing the line for their first 5K, everyone deals with some level of pre-race nervousness. You might suffer from nearly debilitating nerves that make starting a race feel as terrifying as final exams in…

5 Tips For Hot Weather Running

Running in and of itself is physically and mentally challenging. Add blazing sun, humidity and soaring temperatures, and the treadmill might seem more humane. The good news for die-hard outdoor runners is you can give yourself…

10 Things Running Can Teach Us About Life

What is it about going for a run that makes facing the big things in life feel just a little more manageable? Whether it’s relationship issues or work problems, weighing the pros and cons of a decision, or even reveling in a sweet success,…

Scientists Are Close to Finding the Best Time to Exercise

In today’s world, we are constantly in a state of being busy. Some people even use busyness as a badge of honor. However, always being “on” can actually affect our body’s natural processes — including our circadian rhythm — and…

Should You Be Sore After a Run?

If you’ve ever been sore when walking up a flight of stairs the day after a hard run: You are not alone. You probably found yourself wondering, Is this normal? We are here to report — and reassure — that it is. So why does it…