Running styles can be funny. Each runner has unique form so you can tell that it’s your friend from a quarter mile away.
It’s like every other hobby, except not the slightest bit enjoyable. — posted in 2015 by CollegeHumor
– by Running Wild
Some tips on how to improve your speed and efficiently and while reducing the risk of injury. Video by USATF and Lydiard Certified running coach Sandi Nypaver and 2-time US Olympic Trials Qualifier Sage Canaday.
– by Caty Culp
Running can simultaneously sound like a walk in the park… and also incredibly daunting. I’ve been running off and on for a couple years now, and I feel like I’ve only JUST found my groove with running.
In this video, I share with you 5 running tips for beginners, aka, 5 things I wish I knew about running from the beginning. If you don’t know how to start running, this video is for you.
Whether you’re training for your first 5k, looking for the perfect running shoes, on the hunt for running apps that you’ll actually use, or just looking for general running tips, I’ve got you covered in this video all about running for beginners!
Newton Running Co-Founder Danny Abshire offers practical tips on using your senses to get in touch with your body and communicate better with the ground using the Newton “Stop! Look! Listen!” technique.
Danny talks about the three fundamentals:
- Stop using excessive brake force.
- Look forward to propel your body forward.
- Listen to your feet striking the ground.
From excitement to despair to elation in 26.2 miles.
From the excitement of Mile 1, to the shock of Mile 5 and the despair of Mile 19, nothing’s quite like the emotional roller coaster of running a marathon. This cartoon takes a look into the mind of a first time marathon runner as he experiences everything from Runner’s High, Runner’s Trots, and hitting “The Wall,” all over the course of 26.2 miles.