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Glow in the Park JBSA

February 24th, 2018 Fort Sam Houston, [...]

Negative Split Half Marathon, 10k + 5k

April 8th, 2018 Kendall Yards, Spokane, WA [...]

Glow for Hunger

May 11th, 2018 Joe Albi Stadium [...]

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Roll it!

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 [...]

By | September 19th, 2017|Categories: Gear|0 Comments

Pre-race breakfast

Good morning! We are answering some questions regarding our favorite pre-race meal today! Should you eat breakfast before a race? And if so, what should you eat? Although this may vary from person to person, in most cases you should eat something before you hit the road running. We suggest eating a breakfast consisting of a carb and protein at least 3 hours prior to the start of your race. If you would rather catch some extra sleep for those early morning races or don’t have enough time, eat a light snack such as a snack bar or smoothie [...]

By | September 10th, 2017|Categories: Nutrition|0 Comments

What the HILL Workout

Hello! Today I am sharing one of my favorite hill workouts. I find it much easier to have a plan before tackling a dreaded workout, such as hills. This workout is a great way to build strength and power. Make sure that the hill you decide to run is at least 100 - 200 m long to get the best workout! Prior to this hill workout, warm-up with a 10 minute slow paced jog. After each time up the hill, slowly jog or walk back down the hill. This jog is your break, so make it count and make [...]

By | September 1st, 2017|Categories: Training|0 Comments
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