11 Tips for Running in the Cold – Running Fitness Article

11 Tips for Running in the Cold Running in the cold: with the right layering system and a few precautions, it’s totally doable. And wow, it’s been cold lately! In the past, we’ve had polar vortexes, we’ve had Snowmageddons, and now we’ve had a bomb cyclone. A bomb cyclone?! This latest new weather term is meant to scare us inside, but life must go on — we have running to do and races to train for! While our temperatures in the DC area haven’t…

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How to Build your Running Base so You Can Become a Winner – Chaserunners – Running Fitness Article

How to Build your Running Base so You Can Become a Winner – Chaserunners You may be asking yourself today “How do I develop a successful running base, so I can run faster for a longer period of time?”  Great question! In this post I aim to get to the heart of the matter as I share with you exactly what you need to know instead of bullshiting your way to starting line, like most people do. Be a Morning Runner…

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Eating Does a Runner Good – Running Fitness Article

Just read an article about how exercising before breakfast burns more fat. Article makes it sound like it’s new news. Heard this for a long time. Problem is that people will just read the headlines and then start running on an empty stomach. It’s true that when you run on an empty stomach, your body will use up any remaining glycogen (carb) stores and then begin to burning fat. Nothing wrong with that. However, what a runner has to ask…

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Lewis Kent’s 5 Tips for Running and Drinking Fast – Running Fitness Article

Lewis Kent’s 5 Tips for Running and Drinking Fast Brooks Ambassador Lewis Kent knows a thing or two about running and drinking fast. In 2015, Lewis became the beer mile world champion and broke the world record in late 2015 with a time of 4 minutes, 47 seconds. In that same year, he also became our first and only sponsored beer miler.   Now, Lewis has a few tips to share for anyone looking to run a fun…

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How to Improve Your Running Performance with Better Sleep – Running Fitness Article

Post written via Tuck Sleep – a community devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness Does your training regimen have what it takes to help you reach optimum performance? Obviously, a regimen includes a commitment to an intense workout schedule along with disciplined eating habits, but the truth is it takes more. There’s one factor in achieving top results that’s often forgotten—sleep. Every athlete should know that recovery is just as important as the hardest, most intense workout. Sleep is…

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Improve Your Performance with Better Sleep – Chaserunners – Running Fitness Article

Post written via Tuck Sleep – a community devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness Does your training regimen have what it takes to help you reach optimum performance? Obviously, a regimen includes a commitment to an intense workout schedule along with disciplined eating habits, but the truth is it takes more. There’s one factor in achieving top results that’s often forgotten—sleep. Every athlete should know that recovery is just as important as the hardest, most intense workout. Sleep is…

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What does it take to get a Runners Body? – Chaserunners – Running Fitness Article

Ever seen professional runners run a marathon or an elite track race? Chances are you have!  But what does it really take to get a body like theirs?Do you really need to go to a gym and bench and bench press a lot of kilos? A lot of pro athletes who are able to run quickly don’t always have a lot of muscle mass on their body,like magazines sometimes suggest. Here, I’ll discuss most of the factors of what it…

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