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Runners are constantly trying to pinpoint the hydration “sweet spot,” that is, optimizing fluid intake for peak performance while simultaneously preventing dehydration and over-hydration. During the summer months, finding this sweet spot becomes especially relevant and important for safety....
With hundreds of models to choose from, it seems impossible to make the right decision when purchasing running shoes. With so many choices, too often runners set themselves up for injury by buying what is on sale and hitting the...
Guest Blog: Greg & Monique McDonough What's New with Triathlon Technology? When I started in this sport, nearly 15 years ago, triathlon technology was pretty simple. You got a watch with a heartrate monitor, assessed your zones, matched it with some...
Guest Blog: Austin Bonds Winter Running - More Ice than Snow As a starting point, I wish I could provide a better perspective on winter running, but the state of Georgia tends to see more ice and freezing rain and less...
Guest Blog: Kimberly Mac Namee What Triathlon Equipment Should You Have? Whether you are a seasoned veteran triathlete or looking to get into the sport, the start of the New Year is always a good time to put together a short triathlon...
Guest Blog: Austin Bonds What? Athletic Apparel and No Logo!? I was recently skimming a running website for stories of interest, and I came across an article title that provoked me enough to click the link and read the piece in...
Guest Blog: Joe Granat Running Shoes & Beer My two current professions include working at a running shop and holding beer tastings for a local brewery.  Rough life right?  My closet is stocked with running shoes just like my refrigerator is...
How to deal with running in hot or cold climates For the past 10 years now I have lived in Phoenix, Arizona - one of the hottest places to run in the U.S. for a good part of the year;...
Guest Blog: Greg McMillan Honolulu - 1999 It was 1999 and I was coaching a charity marathon team. We were running the Honolulu Marathon and when we awoke on race morning, it was raining. Not a light rain but a “gully...
Guest Blog: Kimie Bunyasaranand of Sole Sports Running Zone “What is your arch type?” “What part of your foot strikes the ground first?” “How important is cushioning to you?” More than an Internet Quiz is Needed If you’re a runner and have poked...