This week, we talk about Dennis Kimetto setting a new world marathon record at the Berlin Marathon. Finding the time and motivation to run. Boston Marathon could be reassessing their qualifying standards. The Mill Race Marathon is derailed. And our week in training.
This week, we give an update on the Boston Marathon 2015 registration. We give our race recap of Ragnar Relay Napa Valley. Deena Kastor sets a new master's world record for the half marathon. Ryan Hall has a coach. The Boulder Marathon is cancelled. runDisney announces the Goofy Giveback. A scary start at the Maui Marathon. And our week in training.
There is a new feature in iOS 8 that runners and everyone should be aware of even if they do not own an iPhone. In iOS 8 you are able to create a Medical ID in the Health App. The Medical ID allows emergency responders to easily obtain important information about the phones owner. Information such as name, birthdate, medical conditions, allergies, medications and an emergency contact...
This week, we talk about changes affecting runners at Grand Canyon National Park and Death Valley National Park. We go over the latest report from Running USA. The Fifth Avenue Mile was this weekend and had some exciting finishes. Rob Krar's winning streak continues. The Women's Running Series postpones its races. Rock 'n' Roll cancels its Cleveland event. Run @ Work Day is on the 19th. Getting ready for Ragnar Napa, and our weeks in training.
This week, we give our race recap of the Kauai Marathon and Half Marathon. We talk about how we dealt with the humidity and tough course. The beautiful views in Kauai made it all worth it. We also got to meet Bart Yasso.
This week, we talk about how to prepare for running in humidity. Priscah Jeptoo and Geoffrey Mutai will be defending their wins at the New York City Marathon this year. The Race Director for Leadville Trail 100 makes an official statement about Rob Krar's win. Jenny Simpson wins in Stockholm. Mark got some new shoes, and our week in training.
Let me start off by saying that I've had a difficult relationship with fitness belts-hydration or otherwise. I've tried different ones by different brands and even though some of them felt good while walking around and at the beginning of my run, it always ended the same way-with me discarding them after just a short period of time or ending my run early because they were uncomfortable. My biggest problem with them is that they bounce or they ride up my waist, or both! I've tried them with and without the hydration bottles and have had this happen every time. There has been one exception though-the FlipBelt.