7 Legit Reasons To Make Running Part Of Your Workout Routine
Nearly 10 million women raced last year. But our relationship with running is far more personal than any number could reveal, race or not. We run toward goals and we run away from problems. We run to be alone and we run to feel like one with the world. We run to lose weight, to stay fit, to slay stress, to hit PRs. We run because we can't imagine not moving forward.
The Simple Trick to Cut 85 Seconds From Your 5K PB
If you log hours on the road and track so you can slash a handful of seconds off of your race times, there's a simpler way.
Researchers at the University of Brighton recently discovered that the secret to speed is to treat your legs like you treat your favourite whiskeys: put them on the rocks. Runners who iced their legs before a race improved their finishing times by more than a minute.
How I Learned To Like Running And Lost 14 Kgs In The Process
Growing up, I didn’t think twice about healthy eating. We ate a lot of greasy Mexican meals, but I stayed pretty slim because I played softball.
When I started taking uni courses full-time and working on the side, I began to pack on the pounds. I had a gym membership, but dreaded going. I spent a lot of time commuting, which usually meant stopping for fast food almost every day.
By the time I finished college, my clothes didn’t fit anymore.