1. We are all guilty of impatience in training at some point
2. Saw this over the weekend. Thoughts?
3. You are starting your ultra way too fast. (I am so guilty of this)
4. This is just like what Bart Yasso does at RW. So get ready to start running your “Keflezighi 800s”
1. Steve Speirs highlighted on Merrell’s website
2. Nice profile of Tim Olson, even though the race is over and he didn’t do as well as he hoped (but major kudos for finishing, when many elites would’ve dropped).
3. One of many reasons not to run hurdles
4. Homeless man prepares to run SF marathon.
5. Why wasn’t Meb’s Boston win up for an ESPY? (other than the fact the the ESPYs are a…
To begin his book Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcom Gladwell wrote of the mystery of Roseto, a small Italian town to the south of Rome. In the late 1890s, a small group Rosetans immigrated to the US and settled in Bangor, Pennsylvania. Over the next few decades hundreds more Rosetans moved to Bangor leaving the streets of Roseta virtually empty. They built a community of friends and…
1. Your post-long run ice bath may be nothing more than a placebo
2. Lightning strikes runner, but he still finishes Hardrock 100 (He’s Canadian, is that why?)
3. When running and religion collide
4. Speedgoat 50K preview
5. Meb will release a new book in 2015
1.Yet another reason why aerobic activity is better for your heart than resistance training only (which worsens elasticity of blood vessels)
2. Nine ways running aids your body
3. Soccer as a battle between endurance and speed
5. Thirteen lessons learned from Killian Jornet
1. How do you compare to the average runner
2. This writer took EPO to see what it was like and explore the world of PEDs
4. Nice running blog links here, serious stuff
5. Interview with Hardrock winner Killian Jornet
1. Stride changes might reduce injury risk–land softly
2. Lean forward when running, but where? ankle? hip?
3. Effects of the “On” running shoe sole geometry
4. Is the course record for Hardrock 100 in jeopardy this weekend?
5. Win the Tour de France with your thumbs
1. Jack Daniels’ (no, not that one) rules for running
2. Four lessons we can learn from runners on PEDs
3. My first fell run
4. Cross training workouts of high school running stars
5. Scenes from the really steep US mountain running championships