4 Best Stretches to Do before Running

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This is a guest blog posting from Patrick, a fitness trainer and a blogger at Fix Your Walk. He has created his website in order to help people who are suffering from foot pain caused by many different factors. Make sure you follow him on Twitter  Stretching for runners is a very important topic. Like with almost everything there are different opinions about it. Some runners [...]
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Last-Minute Race Day Tips

Last-Minute Race Day Tips
New York is getting ready for the NYC Half Marathon 2018 and more than 20.000 runners are getting into the pre-race-blues. The week before an important race is a mix of excitement, anxiety and pure joy. Even though I ran the NYC Half multiple times already it always gives me butterflies. It's New York's biggest and most popular half marathon and it was my first [...]
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Half Marathon Training Tips

Half Marathon Training Tips
Half Marathon training tips are super important especially when you are planning on running your first Half Marathon and you are looking for Half Marathon training tips for beginners. But even when you have ran the 13.1 miles race several times before Half Marathon training tips never get old. Here are some great advise for your Half Marathon training and tips on how to run your [...]
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From the couch to a 5K

5K training plan
First of all: I'm glad that you're doing it. Wow. You decided to achieve your first goal as a runner. You signed up for your first 5K race, or you just want to reach your first distance goal. Goals are always great to make you stick to your running training. First off, you may be asking, "exactly how many miles is a 5K?"  A 5K [...]
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How to breathe while running

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Running and breathing - what are the best running breathing techniques for beginners? Pace, cadence, and form are all important factors in running, but without the right breathing strategy, your trek may be much shorter than you want it to be. If you're new to endurance training, you may find that your breath is one of the most difficult things to control. Let me give [...]
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Marathon Training Tips Q&A

Marathon Training Tips
I've been training for the TCS New York City Marathon for 9 weeks now and I have received so many questions so far that I decided to come up with a fun Marathon Training Tips Q&A where I will explain marathon training tips for first timers, the secret behind my marathon training diet, how my gym sessions are going and my marathon training schedule so far. Marathon Training Tips [...]
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How often do you run?

How often do you run
It's a very common question I get asked several times per week: How often do you run Sabrina? Should you run every day? How often should beginners run? Depending on your goals and fitness level my answers are always different. How often do you run a week? For me personally I train 4 times a week. So how often you run a week is based on [...]
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Running in New York City

Running in New York City
Running in New York City is one of the greatest things you can experience as a runner. It's truly amazing and the running routes in New York are breathtaking, also challenging and give you some local flavor if you want to. From running in Central Park to crossing the Brooklyn Bridge New York has you covered. Running events in New York City like the New York [...]
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Running Coach NYC

Running Coach NYC
Running Coach NYC You are new to running or you are looking for a professional coach to customize your next training plan? Having me by your side as a running coach in NYC will immediately effect your training success. I've worked with running beginners and pro level runners and they all have stoped wondering if they could run faster: They just did. Personal & Online Running [...]
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How to learn a language while running

Running and lifting
It’s no secret that exercise improves your brain, but is it possible to learn a language while running? Studies continue to reveal that regular exercise, the kind that puts you out of breath and makes you sweaty, literally boosts the size of the hippocampus. (more…)
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