Where people come from to run to the SeaWheeze [Infographic]

seawheeze: where people come from to runThe SeaWheeze lululemon Half Marathon kicks off in less than a month—on Saturday August 23rd.  It’s reputation has grown over the past two years, so much that people are traveling from across the globe to run it.

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Beat the Heat: Tips for Summer Running [Infographic]

Jason Fitzgerald at Strength Running created this fun infographic as a reminder of how to stay cool when running in the heat this summer.

Running in the Heat Inforgraphic

From StrengthRunning.com

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How Long is a Marathon? [Infographic]

The Marathon Distance in Perspective

The Marathon Distance in Perspective“How long is a marathon?” If you are one of the over 500,000 runners who completed a marathon in 2013, you already know it is 26.2 miles or 42.2 kilometres. However, many non-runners or curious individuals have no idea. And even if they know the numbers, they have a hard time understanding exactly how long it really is. Continue reading

Differences Between Male and Female Runners [Infographic]

Differences Between Male and Female Runners

“Among US runners both male and female, who would kick your butt in a 5K? Who runs for weight loss? Who runs to avoid clocking their boss on bad days? Do girls just wanna have fun… or do guys wanna? Find out what makes the wearers of sports bras and Speedos tick.” Continue reading

Four Steps to Running Re-education [Infographic]

Four Steps to Running Re-education Infographic

Over the last year I have had over 600 injured runners through the running clinic at The Sports Surgery Clinic in Dublin. Every one of these runners has had video analysis and coaching advice about components of their running technique that may be contributing to injury. Having seen this number of runners a few patterns have emerged and some common form issues have arisen. This resulted in the development of a poster ‘Four Steps to Running Re-Education’ This contains the four most common coaching points we use.

—John Foster, MCSP, MACPSM, Dip Phys, PGDip H. Sci.

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