13.1 Not Miles…beers

13.1 Not Miles…beers

Published on March 11, 2014 by loki1982

This is a design I made to sell at Redbubble which is a parody of the popular 13.1 sticker.

Guidelines in Coaching Before a Marathon

Guidelines in Coaching Before a Marathon

Published on January 18, 2014 by rawalele

Competition need continuous coaching to create the whole body get acquainted. However, the last three several weeks can break or create the sprinter. The secret to success to use during the last three several weeks includes getting more relax and operating less. The biggest mistake that marathoner do includes coaching harder until the last day. This is a unproductive evaluate that will result in poor display. During the last parts before any race, having a excellent relax performs better and makes one more powerful. By coaching less and relaxing more, the marathoner will not reduce fitness. Here are tips in coaching before a marathon.

Week Ten of 2014 Los Angeles Marathon Training

Week Ten of 2014 Los Angeles Marathon Training

Published on December 24, 2013 by bkenber

After a nice recovery run the week before, the runners of Team to End AIDS get their longest run yet with 12 miles. Also, they are forced to dodge a number of obstacles as it had rained a day or two before, and the chances of slipping on the concrete were greater than usual.

Week Eight of 2014 Los Angeles Marathon Training

Week Eight of 2014 Los Angeles Marathon Training

Published on December 12, 2013 by bkenber

Back in Los Angeles after the Thanksgiving break, and this week had the Team to End AIDS runners entering double digit territory as they ran 10 miles. They also had to deal with running in rain, something Los Angeles has not seen enough of this past year.

Fear Neutered, Follow This Dog Marathon Contest

Fear Neutered, Follow This Dog Marathon Contest

Published on December 10, 2013 by Aspandi

Evansville City Marathon runners, United States (U.S.) was surprised when he saw a dog Labrador suddenly joined in the middle of the race. This dog named Boogie successfully completed the marathon distance of 20 kilometers in 15 minutes.

Week Five of 2014 Los Angeles Marathon Training

Week Five of 2014 Los Angeles Marathon Training

Published on November 21, 2013 by bkenber

This week we had our first hill of the training season to run up. Would we run up it successfully, or would we run out of breath before we got to the top? Read more to find out, and please consider making a donation to my efforts.

Go The Distance: Overcoming Irritation in Your Running Routine

Go The Distance: Overcoming Irritation in Your Running Routine

Published on October 24, 2013 by Good Advice Publishing Company

Whether you are training for a marathon or just enjoy getting out on the track occasionally, this article presents expert tips that can help you navigate your running routine without any interference.

Paralympian Richard Whitehead Beats Marathon Challenge with 40 in 40 Days

Paralympian Richard Whitehead Beats Marathon Challenge with 40 in 40 Days

Published on September 30, 2013 by hanuah

Paralympian Richard Whitehead beats marathon challenge with 40 in 40 days.

Thousands Walk, Run Final Mile of Boston Marathon

Thousands Walk, Run Final Mile of Boston Marathon

Published on September 18, 2013 by Vanity Press News

Thousands walk, run final mile of Boston Marathon.

Why Should You Run a Marathon?

Why Should You Run a Marathon?

Published on September 17, 2013 by Abhinandangarg

If you’re new to running, or even if you have been running for a long time, the idea of a marathon might make you nervous.