MINDFUL RUNNING

STRESS MANAGEMENT

Manage Your Workday Like Intervals, Not a Sprint

Manage Your Workday Like Intervals, Not a Sprint

Treat your day like an interval workout--including cycles of productivity and rest—to get more done and feel better doing it As a runner, you probably already know that you need to include rest days (no running) into your training so that your body’s natural recovery...

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Your B.O.L.D. Plan for Abolishing Unhealthy Habits

It’s baffling but true: so many of modern life’s social norms are actually really unhealthy, even for us runners. Eating packaged, processed foods, sitting for long periods, standing for long periods, striving to be highly productive every waking moment and looking at...

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Stopped In Her Tracks: A Lesson in Self Compassion

Stopped In Her Tracks: A Lesson in Self Compassion

Every time my right foot contacts the ground, a surge of pain makes me wince. Despite the ache, I keep running because I want this run. In fact, I need this run. Running is how I subdue the stress of running a business and a household that would otherwise overtake me....

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NATURAL RUNNING FORM

Power Posture: The Secret to Easier Running

Power Posture: The Secret to Easier Running

Are you working harder than you need to while running? Running feels like work because of the force required to propel the body upward and forward against gravity's downward pull. So when we approach running as something requiring a great deal of mechanical...

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Do Frequent Pee Breaks Slow You Down?

Do Frequent Pee Breaks Slow You Down?

This article is a guest post written by Corinne Wade.  Do you strategically plan your trail runs with bushes and trees along the route just in case you need to go pee?  Do you empty your bladder two to three times before you leave for a run? If frequent bladder breaks...

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