How long do YOU take to get warmed up on a long run or race? Is there a sweet spot, or does it always vary? Have you noticed any tricks to lessen the amount of time it takes to warm up?
If you do this for long enough, you will be visited by Captain Bonk on a training run or race. Some people even plan to bonk on training runs! What do YOU do to pull yourself together?
As most of us are beginning our training season, TRN asks the question of the week: What are 2 things that you learned in 2012?
With the increasing popularity of 100 mile races and number of people in premier races’ lotteries, should there be a 100 mile qualifying standard? As a matter of reference, you cannot qualify for the Boston Marathon by running a 13.1 mile race.
After listening to our latest discussion with Carilyn Johnson, we wondered what the Nation would say is the most valuable quality they look for in a running partner?
Go listen to our recent podcast and read the list at run100s.com and then comment here on others that you might have heard, read or created.
We talk to many runners that have a wide variety of reasons they started running. Some have always been runners. Some began running to lose weight or stay fit. While others had a distance race on their bucket list. Why did YOU start running?