This post will teach you to enhance your running experience without putting in long hours or excessive mileage. That's because running is a skill that can be improved through simple drills that help boost your economy and efficiency.
A taste of warmer weather in Maryland the past couple of weeks means runners are getting excited for the spring race season. Maybe you are just dusting off your running shoes and getting back to running after a winter break. Maybe you have been training for a few weeks and are gearing up for all the races you signed up for months ago. Here are some tips to prepare you for a strong and healthy season of spring running and racing
One common feedback that I’ve received after my first half-marathon was that they would love to get started on running. But, that sentence is always followed by a slew of “buts" including "but, I am super slow." Let’s talk about this aspect of ‘speed’. Contrary to popular belief, running has nothing to do with how fast you can run. Say what? Racing does, but running doesn’t.
No matter your ability level, it’s important to follow a certain routine to get your body prepared. Whether it’s a 5K or a full marathon, you need to understand the dedication it takes to cross the finish line strong.That said, how are you going to get there? I’m glad you asked. Let’s explore five essential tips to get you prepared for your fall race.