Posts Tagged: advice

Nov | 5
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Running Tips

National Running Safety Month

November is National Running Safety Month. We are big fans of running year-round. But with shorter days, what you are wearing on those runs is just as important as the path you choose. So let’s talk about being safe and being seen on your run. We have our Nightlife Line of apparel and shoes so… Read more »

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Oct | 30
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Brooks Athletes, Events

Q & A with Brooks Athlete Amy Hastings

After finishing a disappointing fourth at the 2012 Olympic Marathon Trials in Houston, Amy Hastings overcame heartbreak and set her sights on qualifying for the US Olympic Team at the Track and Field Trials last May. Amy went on to win the 10k trials final in a time of 31:58:36 and joined the U.S. team in London… Read more »

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Oct | 22
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Running Tips

Guest Post: Hydration Tips For Cold Weather Running

By Nuun Guest Bloggers Jesse Kropelnicki and Jaime Windrow of The Core Diet It can be hard to imagine sweat loss when you are about to endure a run in sub 35°F weather. Snow might be trickling down branches, and you can see your breath before the words “hello” come out of your mouth while passing a local running buddy…. Read more »

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Aug | 6
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Running Tips

Guest Post: How to Mix Running & Romance

By guest blogger Jennipher Walters, co-founder of FitBottomedGirls. How I love thee, let me count the miles… Mile 1: Running together is fun! Look at us jogging like one of those happy couples you see on TV. Mile 2: Hmmm, is my partner wanting to run faster, slower? Why isn’t he talking? Mile 3: Just… Read more »

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Apr | 1
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Running Tips

Three Key Marathon Training Workouts

Several months before the US Olympic Marathon Trials I decided to try to qualify for this competitive race. As I had never run a marathon before I turned to past coaches, dug into research and collected as much information as I could from other elite runners. Six weeks before the marathon trials in Houston, I… Read more »

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