Tag Archives: Running Beginners

Running with Kids and Children

Photo By: mikebaird

Before children, it was easy to get out of the house and run a few miles. Now, with the demands of a parent, you find it hard to hit the pavement even once a week, let alone a few times a week. How can you, between work and parenting, find time for the sport you Continue Reading

What is a “Runner’s High”?

Photo By: through my eyes only

As a beginner to running, you may hear veteran runner’s talk about the “Runner’s High” – a moment during a run (usually after a certain distance) when the runner feels some type of euphoria. This euphoria is described differently among runners which do not have a clear and concise consensus of what it really is. Continue Reading

Before Running – Getting Medical Clearance

Photo by: Helge V. Keitel

The phrase “medical clearance” is usually something that you hear referring to professional athletes who were injured and are well enough to get back to playing their sport. Unfortunately, we don’t hear “medical clearance” for us normal folks too often, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t just as important! There are quite a few reasons Continue Reading

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