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Don’t Get Spooked by the Gear: Runners Can Become Triathletes

In part two of a series, learn about the equipment you’ll need to try multisport events. Missed part one? Read it here. So, you’ve made the decision to try events that include swimming, cycling, and running. Now it’s time to consider the gear you’ll need to complete your goal. Don’t run away, yet. Gear talk […]

Hurts So Good? Know What Kind of Pain You’re Feeling on the Run

Don’t be afraid—discomfort might seem like your worst enemy, but it can actually be your greatest ally. Running and pain typically go hand in hand. Many people abandon or avoid running altogether for this very reason. But pain isn’t something to fear. In fact, pain can be a good thing (up to a point). Unlike […]

Spring Training? Use These 5 Simple Workouts to Get Faster Now

Get excited for the spring racing season by injecting speed training into your routine today. Spring is (finally) around the corner. For runners, this usually means one thing: the start of a new racing season. If you haven’t already started incorporating speed training into your regimen, now is the time. But even if you don’t […]

Race at the Silo District Marathon

April 28, 2019 The Silo District Marathon is an annual 5K, Half Marathon, and Marathon race hosted by Magnolia and held in Waco, Texas! Just a few perks you can look forward to: This USATF-certified race is a Boston Marathon qualifier All race profits will be donated to the fight against cancer There will be […]

How To Become A Triathlete Runner: Part 1

You Can Do A Triathlon A three-part series by Meredith Atwood, author of Triathlon for the Every Woman. You can become a triathlete—yes, you! Runners all over frequently dip their thoughts into tackling the world of multi-sport. Meredith Atwood has been encouraging the “every woman” to do just that since 2010. In this three-part series, […]

All You Need Is 8 Weeks To Prep For Your First 10K

A Perfect 10 If, as a coach, I could have only one piece of information to use in assessing a runner’s fitness or ability, it would be a recent 10K race time. More than any other competitive distance, the 10K balances the qualities of speed and endurance that every runner needs to succeed at any distance. For the same […]

Why Athletes Continue to Turn to CBD Oil from cbdMD for Inflammation

  Although CBD was first discovered in 1940, the passing of the 2018 Farm bill has pushed CBD into mainstream favor. With this newfound popularity, there has been an influx of interest in CBD amongst professional and casual athletes seeking natural relief for pain and inflammation. cbdMD, a premium CBD oil company that focuses on […]

Have No Doubt: Your Running Breakthrough Will Come

My name is Ellie Abrahamson and I am a professional long-distance runner for Atlanta Track Club Elite. Up until my senior year of college, I never thought about running professionally. I loved how running provided me with a “relaxed mind” and “feel good emotions,” but we didn’t always get along, especially in high school. I […]

Work Your Glutes With This Quick Single-Leg Exercise

Single-Leg Sit To Stand This month, your challenge is to practice this move three days a week, in at least three different locations. This is a great move to sneak into your everyday routine, since the only equipment you need is a surface to sit on. Experiment with surface height and firmness to challenge your […]

New To Relay Racing? Here’s What You Need To Know.

Going to a race with friends—whether it’s a local 5K or an international marathon—is a special experience, for sure. Having someone there to keep you company in the pre-race portapotty line makes the worst part of race day more bearable, and there’s nothing like having a good friend to compare notes with after you cross […]