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Train For a 5K Race in 12 Weeks

looks easy enough. will I ever do this? How to Train For Your First 5K Race

from Cosmopolitan

How to Become a Runner Even if You Think You Hate Running

How to Become a Runner Even if You Think You Hate Running -

from RunWiki

DIY Homemade All Natural- No Sugar Added Electrolyte Sports Drink

DIY Homemade All Natural Sugar Free Electrolyte Sports Drink Drink- Gatorade and other store bought drinks are full of sugar and artificial junk- not only is this recipe quick and easy to make, you can make ahead and store in the frig for up to two weeks. can be frozen into pops. Running motivation | fitness tips

from Get Healthy U | Chris Freytag

4 Treadmill Workouts To Beat Boredom - Get Healthy U

A chart listing the speed and incline for a 30 minute 3 mile workout.

from Margeaux Vittoria

Trim Healthy Mama Tart Cherry Gummy Candy

First in a special new recipe series - Trim Healthy Mama for Runners! These delicious gummies feature two nutritional powerhouses for runners: tart cherry juice and gelatin. They're super easy to make and keep in the fridge for post-run snacking.

There are a few key factors when it comes to being successful as a long distant runner. Things I had no idea could help me improve my running distance and speed was only made aware to me by the time I hit college. A short while later, I was running 7 miles every single day!

Energy foods for running – how to eat them in the right way


The 8 Best Stretches to Do Before Running

The 8 Best Stretches to Do Before Running | Nothing can derail your fitness goals like an injury. Running with muscles that are cold and not properly stretched can result in a muscle strain that keeps you off your feet -- and off the road or trail -- for days, weeks or even months. Beginning each running workout with a 5- to 10-minute jog followed by stretching helps warm up your muscles sufficiently so they’re primed for your run, whether it’s a couple of miles or a marathon.

Don’t look at the whole journey ahead of you. Take it step by step, breath by breath and before you realize it, you’ll be there. Just like Beppo in Michael Ende’s novel Momo.