Running

Find out how you can train and stay healthy through cold and flu season by making just a few lifestyle tweaks to manage stress. ’Tis the season for the flu, winter colds, and other upper respiratory infections (URI) that put a damper on our workouts and threaten our fitness. It is well-reported that during periods
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Lasagna goes green with these colorful, delicious Spinach Lasagna Rolls. We’re always game for an extra dose of greens, plus swapping in cottage cheese lightens up this hearty spinach lasagna and gives dinner an extra boost of protein. Weeknight Spinach Lasagna Rolls Serves 4 1 (24-ounce) jar marinara sauce, divided8 uncooked lasagna noodles1 (10-ounce) package frozen chopped spinach,
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Credit: Stephane Salerno Discover the magnificent mountains of Andorra with the Andorra Ultra Trail Vallnord Five races with different distances and elevation gain; great and magnificent mountains; all kind of terrains; more than 11 years of history; runners from more than 70 countries; maximum effort and solidarity. This is the Andorra Ultra Trail Vallnord, which
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The holidays are over, we’ve all more or less settled into winter, and we’re getting to the point where many folks start dropping their new year’s resolutions. Whether you didn’t get the gift you wanted or you’re noticing some gaps in your cold weather running system that are making it hard to get out the
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The hips don’t lie—if you are experiencing pain, something is wrong. Here’s what your hip pain could mean and how to treat it. Runners deal with all kinds of injuries and at some point or another, that’s probably included hip pain. Maybe you’ve been lucky—your hip pain was minor, you were smart, you rested—and it
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Here’s exactly how to use the indoor training tool to your advantage. Dread the tread? Use these expert-backed tips to shake off your no-good-very-bad treadmill ‘tude, and get the most from this cardio machine staple. 1.  Go halfsies. If it’s not dangerous outside but also not ideal in terms of temperature (read: it’s super cold),
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Want to tackle a half marathon? Use these 13 tips to have a great race. The half marathon has become America’s fastest-growing race distance over the years, with the number of 13.1-mile races booming along with the number of participants. In 2012, for example, 1.85 million people finished a 13.1-mile race, up nearly 15 percent
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Just get the warmest everything, right? Nope. Winter running can absolutely mean heading inside for a temperature-controlled cruise on a treadmill. But you don’t have to automatically choose the indoor path just because the weather outside might be testy. Running gear has been evolving super quickly over the last decade, so the best accessories for
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After Mary Cain alleged emotional abuse as an athlete under Alberto Salazar’s coaching, Nike conducted an internal probe of the professional running group. Nike said on Monday that it is planning to take multiple actions to better support its female professional athletes, following an internal investigation into the now-defunct professional running group, the Oregon Project.
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Ski mountaineering, or skimo, is a proven way to enjoy the snowy months while building strength and fitness. Before the lift-ticket holders show up and after they’ve gone home for the day, a peculiar (and growing) group of people gather at the base of the Arizona Snowbowl, the mountain in Flagstaff. They don’t need a
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