It’s our mission to inspire and facilitate health and fitness through training groups and world-class events. To run a negative split means to finish stronger than you started. We encourage people to not only finish strong in our races, but also in the many journeys they face in life.
Our featured runner this week is Bryanna, one of the fastest women in our community! We are so excited to have her running the Negative Split 10K and the Windermere Half Marathon with us in the Spring of 2018! She is so passionate about running and has made a career out of sharing her passion with others. She owns and operates a blog, wholesomelyfit.com, which is a great source of information on nutrition, running & fitness and a healthy lifestyle. She has her masters in Nutrition and is a certified/licensed Nutritionist, a certified running coach and an ACE Certified [...]
5 Tips For Long Distance Run Training: 1.Terrain. If possible try to get some training runs on similar terrain as your race. It is ideal to train on the actual race course, but if you live out of the area you will have to mimic the course in your training. For example if the race is loaded with hills, make sure you are adding hilly runs or inclining your treadmill in your training. On the contrary, if your racing course is flat, make sure you are getting some training runs on flat ground. 2. Nutrition. Find out what nutrition and [...]
Today we are talking about foam rolls. In my opinion, every runner should own a foam roll. They are cheap, effective and easy to use. Foam rolls are very effective for self massage and postural correction. Below are some of our favorite moves for runners with the foam roll. TFL and hip flexors: Roll face down on the roller with your hip crease on the roll. search for trigger points and hold pressure on them for 30-60sec. tight hip flexors and TFL can lead to IT band and SI joint issues running Quads: Roll face down on the roller [...]