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Swim, Bike & Run with Siri

For any triathletes out there – or anyone ready to tackle your first tri – here’s an opportunity you won’t want to miss: Siri Lindley’s Kona Training Camp On the beautiful Big Island of Hawaii, you’ll learn swimming, cycling and running tips and techniques from one of the sport’s best known and most successful coaches, […]

Nike LunarGlide+ 3 iD | Women’s Running Magazine

Customize and win your own personally designed Nike LunarGlide+ 3 iD shoe! DREAM OF DESIGNING YOUR PERFECT RUNNING SHOE? Now’s your chance to create it! In this exciting contest, you’ll use the inspiring template of the Nike LunarGlide+ 3’s to design a running shoe that matches your own unique style. Olympic superstar Kara Goucher will […]

Polar Sport Zones

Learn about the unique Polar feature, Polar Sport Zones, in this brief video. More from PolarUSA

Runner Art

If you’re an art aficionado, take a peek at these digitally reproduced watercolor prints from Runner Art. Whether inspirational or whimsical, each print offers a different view into the sport that fuels our passion. Far more sophisticated than an average running poster, the prints are an ideal gift for that running special someone, or to […]

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Polar Training Tips: July 2011

THIS MONTH’S TRAINING TIP SPONSORED BY Train safely and effectively with these summer workout tips from Jennifer Cohen, fitness expert and celebrity trainer: Drink water before you feel thirsty; at least 15-20 minutes before starting your workout, and after every 15 minutes during the workout. This will keep you hydrated through the summer heat. Avoid […]

Adventure Into Life

Colleen Cannon is a long-time endurance athlete who has journeyed through the ranks of professional triathlon to her current role as founder of Women’s Quest, an organization providing women with active adventures for the body, mind and spirit. As the company’s website proclaims, a Women’s Quest retreat “is no ordinary fitness or travel vacation. It […]

Best Beats

I tend to train solo more often than not, but lately I’ve gained an added appreciation for my girl posse. I’m not talking about actual training partners, but rather the ones singing their hearts out in my ears. There’s J-Lo with her new single On The Floor, Rihanna crooning Only Girl In The World, Fergie […]

The Importance of Place

I’m in Santa Cruz, California this week to cover the XTERRA Pacific Championship off-road triathlon. I’m also here to catch up with old friends, as I was lucky enough to call this beachside haven home for the better part of two decades. I spent some time in Wilder Ranch State Park this morning, and the […]

Inspiration for Mom

Give mom the gift of inspiration – not to mention training and nutrition tips – with the new book Kara Goucher’s Running for Women: From First Steps to Marathons. Professional runner Kara Goucher shares details form her own journey through motherhood and training and racing at an elite level, yet her book speaks equally to […]