Saturday, December 15, 2018
As part of our Women in Sports month, we wanted to address a question that only female athletes can have: when walking around with a big belly and strange cravings for nine months, how do you get back to pounding the pavement? Having a...
Part 1: You're training too hard In the investing world, there’s an approach known as the Barbell Strategy that minimizes your exposure to risk while still giving you a chance to hit it big. The idea is that you put...
Success in sport goes beyond training hard. Often, it is the attention to detail and doing the little things that can be the difference between a personal best and personal anguish. Massage, proper nutrition, getting enough rest, a smart training...
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: 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: Albert Lu Find out if you are sweating too much During your races, you probably sweat a great amount. Not only are you losing water through your sweat, but you are also losing important salts that your body requires...
How to get faster when life is not cooperating If you have been like me lately, you have been struggling to get in your running training, never mind trying to figure out how to get faster, due to unforeseen circumstances...
Guest Blog: Samantha Hagness How to find time for those weekly runs Although sometimes it feels as though running is my entire identity, at the end of the day, that is simply not true.  I am a runner. But I am...
Do you hate running or is it just your least favorite tri leg? Yes, I know saying you hate running is a pretty strong sentiment, but many of you triathletes out there have to admit that the running leg of your triathlon...
Guest Blog: Austin Bonds "Numbers Never Lie" Though I don’t have cable at home, I always devote an hour at the gym each morning to delve into Sports Center on ESPN. Scott Van Pelt and Neil Everett and Stan Verrett are...