• Comparing Body Types of Swimmers and Runners

    The human body needs exercise, and for many people, a desire to look or feel a certain way inspires the type of physical activity the body receives. Some people choose their sport or hobby based on an assumption of fun or feelings of fulfillment, but others choose to focus on their body type and the …


  • Forefoot Running vs Heel Strike

    There is much discussion in running networks today on which is an exceptional footstrike. Runners of all sorts separate themselves into two fundamental camps: forefoot strikers and heel strikers. Right here is my attempt to put forward my satisfactory appreciation of the two primary types of foot strike and what each one accomplishes for a …


  • 10 Breathing Exercises for Runners

    Most newbie runners feel short of breath very soon when they start jogging. There are two reasons for this – may be their pace is too fast, or they haven’t learned how to breathe correctly. When you control your breathing, you become more centered, you can regulate your pace more evenly, and provide a regular …


  • Developing a Long Distance Running Mindset

    Physical toughness and mental toughness are two separate traits, and you can have one without the other. You may be physically strong enough to run a marathon, but are you mentally prepared for the strain, the dehydration, the tiredness and the extensive effort required to cross the finish line? If you want to compete in …