The half marathon can be the perfect distance. 13.1 miles is long enough to make you feel super accomplished but short enough to wrap your brain (and schedule) around the weeks of training ahead.
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The increased body awareness developed by practicing yoga helped me improve my running form and I developed a more efficient and faster stride. Jill asked me to share my thoughts on how yoga has helped my running. I was more than happy to oblige. Jill and I have been following each other for a couple of years and… Read more
How exactly do you start running? While the simplicity is one of the many reasons that running is such a fantastic form of exercise, the right plan, workouts, and gear can make the difference between becoming a runner or not sticking with it. Hi everyone! Thank you so much to Jill for having me guest… Read more
Cross the finish line of your first 5K strong with this training plan. Running a 5K is a great goal for new runners. You’ll have the starting and finishing lines as your motivation. The excitement and anticipation of running your first race will carry you through the 6 weeks of training. There will be days… Read more
Gauge the intensity of your workout without a heart rate monitor Happy Monday. Ok. Maybe not exactly happy if you stayed up late watching the Super Bowl. By the way, who won? Check this out. A new workout for the week AND you get Learn & Burn with gauging the intensity of your workout with Rate… Read more