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Running tips: Don't forget to breathe || Quick tips that will help you improve your breathing and run longer. Click through to read more, or repin to save for later!

Running Tips: Don't Forget to Breathe

Running tips: Don't forget to breathe || Quick tips that will help you improve your breathing and run longer. Click through to read more, or repin to save for later!

Risky Running: A Look at the 7 Most Common Running Injuries (one of the best infographs I've seen)

Risky Running: A Look at the 7 Most Common Running Injuries (one of the best infographs I've seen)

Breathing tips for running

Breathing tips for running

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Post Long Run Checklist

Post Long Run Checklist

Running tips: Don't forget to breathe || Quick tips that will help you improve your breathing and run longer. Click through to read more, or repin to save for later!

Running Tips: Don't Forget to Breathe

Running tips: Don't forget to breathe || Quick tips that will help you improve your breathing and run longer. Click through to read more, or repin to save for later!

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Should You Take Whey Protein After Running?

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1. Slow Cadence. Running speed is a result of stride length multiplied by stride frequency. That said, many runners will first attempt to increase stride length, which in turn reduces their stride frequency, which, under optimal conditions should be around 180 foot strikes per minute. The easiest way to count …</p>

1. Slow Cadence. Running speed is a result of stride length multiplied by stride frequency. That said, many runners will first attempt to increase stride length, which in turn reduces their stride frequency, which, under optimal conditions should be around 180 foot strikes per minute. The easiest way to count …</p>

The growth of the running populace in recent years is undeniable. According to Running USA’s latest State of the Sport Report, there were 8.3 million finishers in domestic 5K races in 2014, and that number is only expected to continue its upward trend. It’s no wonder when you consider the growing body of medical research …

What Happens to Your Body During a Run?

The growth of the running populace in recent years is undeniable. According to Running USA’s latest State of the Sport Report, there were 8.3 million finishers in domestic 5K races in 2014, and that number is only expected to continue its upward trend. It’s no wonder when you consider the growing body of medical research …

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