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Pint Sized Monday Motivation

https://youtu.be/MlYCBJSYWBQ We aren’t going to pretend to play Monday morning quarterback for last night’s 2012 Superbowl game. We won’t even reveal which team we were cheering for, because that defeats the purpose of this post. This post is purely dedicated to motivation; specifically, the pure determination displayed by one of the smallest attendees of the […]

Editor’s Corner: Olympic Marathon Trials

Does it get any better than that? I was lucky enough to attend the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials held in Houston last weekend. What an experience! I am an avid running fan, so it felt akin to having 50-yard-line seats to the Super Bowl—except better. For those of you who aren’t pathologically obsessed with professional […]

Vibram in Style

If you’ve run a race in the past year, you’re sure to have seen a pair of Vibram Five Finger shoes on a fellow athlete. The barefoot running movement has become prevalent in many running communities and is gaining notoriety from firm believers in the benefits of minimalist running (more to come on this in […]

Marathon Monday Motivation

It isn’t hard to be inspired by the top three finishers of the Olympic Marathon Trials, held this past weekend. They each embody the strength and grace that Women’s Running magazine celebrates (not to mention their killer abs!). Even better, is the camaraderie that is evident and shared between the competitors. Over 150 women of […]

Would You Ever?

After reviewing the cool data from yesterday’s post, we see that female runners aren’t afraid to spend money to outfit ourselves in running gear. According to the 2011 National Runner Survey and Running USA, over 80% of women spent more than $100 on running clothes last year. We bought an average of 3 pairs of […]

Girls vs. Boys Old School Style

Check out this interesting compilation of data about runners in “old school” girls vs. boys style!

Speedy at 67

Have you ever stood on the sidelines at the end of a race and watched the faces of athletes as they cross the finish line? It’s a pretty amazing experience.  At an average event, you will see runners in all shapes, sizes, and age groups. Witnessing the sense of accomplishment runners feel at the end of […]

Retail Stores

American Running Company 1689 Main St Dunedin, FL 34698 www.americanrunningcompany.com (727) 736-8232 Big Peach Running Co. 1062 Johnson Ferry Rd. , Suite C Marietta, GA 30068 www.bigpeachrunningco.com (770) 579-0444 Blue MileAvailable at 6 locations in IN and KY bluemile.com (307) 202-0202 Chainwheel Drive 1770 Drew St Clearwater, FL 33755 www.chainwheeldrive.com (727) 441-2444 Feet First St. […]

Polar Training Tips: December 2011

THIS MONTH’S TRAINING TIP SPONSORED BY Polar RCX5 Top reasons to train with heart rate during the off season: Takes the guess work out of your training. Gauges your intensity. The goal for off season training is to not over train, but recover from the previous season and stay fresh. Helps you try new, fun […]

Give the Gift of Women’s Running

Share your love of running this holiday season with the perfect gift! For just $34.95, your favorite runner will get: 20 issues of Women’s Running Magazine, full of all the tips, reviews, and training plans a runner needs to start the year off right Sample digital e-mag of the Holiday issue, for the tech-savvy runner […]