If you have a high arch, you are most likely an underpronator. You will be looking for shoes with extra cushioning that have a semi-curved shape to help promote normal pronation movement. Just continue with the guide and you’ll see the right shoes for you. Choose your body type below and get a list of … Read more Running Shoe Selection – High Arch
Have you ever walked into a proper running store, where an employee checks out your foot and running stride, and then presents you with one or two shoes that are “the right ones” for you? How do they do that? Is there a magic 8 ball in the back of the store? There’s actually a … Read more How to Choose the Right Running Shoe for Your Foot and Body Type
Here’s what my short socks looked like after a 16 mile run. That run was not a good time to test out some new socks! These socks left some of my heel exposed, and on every step my shoe scraped my heel. After only a couple miles my heels were raw and bloody. And so … Read more Wear Tall Socks!
The test of your fitness. Excruciating pain. Pride. It’s racing, something every runner should do at one point or another. You don’t even have to be competitive; lots of group runs and races are just fun social events! You can run or walk a local 5k event and probably help support a good cause at … Read more Running Races (From 5k’s To Marathons)
Nutrition is a vital part of any runner’s training program. It’s also a big part of your overall health. No matter how long you run, or how fast or slow you run, you should pay attention to what you are eating. Because you’re not just eating, you are fueling your body! This page will cover … Read more Proper Sports Nutrition for Optimum Running Performance
Here’s how to start out your running program. The #1 thing to remember is to start slow. I’ll give you an example training schedule, some basics on setting up your own plan, what I did, and some example workouts. You should also learn a bit about weight lifting and cross training, which will help your … Read more Training for Running, Jogging, and Even Racing