I used to get blisters on my feet after 24+ hour ultramarathons. Then I learned this secret to prevent blisters when running: wrapped feet! No more blisters.
As an ultrarunner, once you get past the marathon and 50-mile distance, you need to add walking in your race strategy. Here’s how to run-walk effectively.
I like to walk. But these 5K training tips helped me improve my pace and physical endurance. They’ll help you too, if you’re preparing for your first 5K!
If you’re wondering what it’s REALLY like to participate in a mud run obstacle course race, here’s the inside scoop. What you can expect and how to prepare for your first mud run event.
Preparing for your first mud run? These tips from experienced mud runners will be super helpful! Who knows what you can expect better than someone who’s actually participated in a mud run …or 2 or 3 or 4? Here are some little-known secrets that will help you prepare — and have more fun — at your very first mud run.
If you’re setting your sights on a breast cancer walk like the Komen 3-Day Walk – or one that’s similar – you might appreciate these tips that I’m eager to share with future participants. See what it was like for me… and what you can expect.
Thinking of participating in a fundraising walk or some other long walking event? Here are some helpful training tips that I learned firsthand after participating in my first Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk.
Wondering what are the necessities that you absolutely must have for a multi-day walk like the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for the Cure? Your training manual will include an excellent packing list of things you will need on your walk. Here, I’ll explain the importance of most of those things, along with some of my own helpful tips that I learned firsthand after participating in my first 3-day walk for charity.
60 miles? I can do that! That’s the motto from the commercials for the Susan G. Komen 3-Day For the Cure 60-mile fundraising walk. And it became my motto when I began training and fundraising for my first charity walking event. Here’s what I learned…