Amaud Arbery #IRunWithMaud – Run Eat Repeat

Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed Feb 23 while on a run. The 2 men involved have not been charged with any crimes related to his death.The men claimed he looked like a suspect in a series of local break-ins.He was not the suspect. But even if he was – that’s NOT an acceptable reason … Read more Amaud Arbery #IRunWithMaud – Run Eat Repeat

How to Start Running with the Run / Walk Strategy

How to start running for new or re-starting runners. Today we’re talking about using the Run / Walk plan. It’s the best way to get started or build up a strong base for running longer and faster. You can use the Run / Walk time chart to find the best intervals for YOU. Then, use … Read more How to Start Running with the Run / Walk Strategy

Ab Workout for Runners – Run Eat Repeat

Quick Ab Workout for Runners. Follow along with the Running and Strength Training workout calendar for May 2020. Get the free printable calendar to stay accountable and get stronger this month here: May 2020 Running and Strength Training Workout Calendar Quick Ab Workout for Runners   Check in everyday on Instagram @RunEatRepeat  Stay Accountable. Show … Read more Ab Workout for Runners – Run Eat Repeat

Why It’s a Great Time to Run Hills – Women’s Running

Every runner wants to get faster. You get faster by training faster, but speed can kill—putting a quick end to your performance dreams if you get injured or burnt out. Enter hills. Running hills can provide a foundation for speed and allow for a smooth, safe transition to later-season, intensified speed workouts. When you’re just … Read more Why It’s a Great Time to Run Hills – Women’s Running

Escape Injuries and Run a New PR: A Behind the Scenes Coaching Call

Injuries are like a central governor to your training: they hold you back, limit your potential, and drag down your performances. How can you escape that injury cycle so you can accomplish more of your goals? A long time ago, I used to get injured all the time. In college, I had a variety of … Read more Escape Injuries and Run a New PR: A Behind the Scenes Coaching Call

Dr. Victoria Sekely on How to Fix Your Weak Areas, Run More, & Stay Healthy

Identifying your weaknesses and coming up with a plan to fix them helps runners progress and break through performance plateaus. But how do you find the areas that need improvement? One of my primary responsibilities as a coach is to locate where runners can improve their training. Because often, we’re only as good as our weakest … Read more Dr. Victoria Sekely on How to Fix Your Weak Areas, Run More, & Stay Healthy

How to Run a Faster Marathon: A Case Study

Running a faster marathon is a daunting challenge. The fitness needed to run 26.2 miles faster than ever takes time, patience, and strategy to develop. I might’ve run 2:39:32, but I didn’t look great in the last mile… You’re about to listen to a behind-the-scenes coaching call where I’m helping a regular runner improve his … Read more How to Run a Faster Marathon: A Case Study

This is Why You Get Arch Pain When You Run – Women’s Running

Arch pain could be caused by something as simple as your running shoes, but there are other factors that could make finding a solution more complicated. Arch pain during running is often a combination of multiple factors: Lack of arch support, impaired muscular control of the lower extremity, a dysfunctional pronation pattern, impaired neural mobility, … Read more This is Why You Get Arch Pain When You Run – Women’s Running

5 Epic Spots to Run in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the best (and most popular) outdoor destinations in the eastern part of the United States. It’s located in both North Carolina and Tennessee and has miles and miles of trails to run that to offer breathtaking panoramic views, stream crossings, historic buildings and even amazing waterfalls. Here … Read more 5 Epic Spots to Run in Great Smoky Mountains National Park