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Correct Running Form Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Correct Running Form.

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An Introduction to Tai Chi

High-flying fighters. Hand-to-hand combat. Is this what you picture when you think about Tai Chi? Perhaps it is time to re-examine your notions about this ancient Chinese discipline, which is most commonly used as a system of medit...  Read more

Proper Gym Etiquette

I hadn’t been to the gym for a few days and was really looking forward to a good workout. It was just after six in the evening and the place was packed but a recumbent bike was available so I signed up for 30 minutes and hopped on, anticipating...  Read more

Protecting Your Joints During Exercise

Exercise is good for your heart, helps with weight loss and provides a variety of health-related benefits. At the same time, exercise comes with a certain degree of injury risk, and depending on the activity, it can also put a lot of stress on your j...  Read more

Put the ''I'' Back in Your Vocabulary

Would you believe me if I told you that knowing the answer to one simple question could improve your chances for weight loss success by up to 100%? Well, it’s true. Here’s the question: Which of the following is the single most impor...  Read more

Tips for a Brighter, Whiter Smile

Tea, red wine, and blueberries may be chock full of antioxidants, but these health boosters may also be standing in the way of your pearly white smile. Yellow, dingy teeth are a common complaint. The brightness of your smile is somewhat dependen...  Read more

Rehydration after long runs-advice
Updated 12/22/2014 10:54:58 AM

So I signed up for a marathon in April (my first one) and I'm currently using a running app to track my long runs to give myself some motivation when I see progress. One of it's feature is a rehydration figure, which I assume is how much fluid I lose...  Read more

Hi there I am looking for someone to go running wi
Updated 12/19/2014 4:08:03 PM

Hi there I am looking for someone to go running with around the bay area. More in San Jose area on weekly basis. I usually do 5 to 6 mile runs in about 1hr to 1hr 15 min....  Read more

Walking/Running in colder weather
Updated 12/20/2014 8:28:05 PM

I live in Chattanooga,TN and I just really hate the idea of going to the track. We have a lot of places around town like trails and our beautiful riverfront that I can utilize. The problem is I am not used to walking/running in winter time. I am n...  Read more

Follow up: My normal running pace is about 5 mph,
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Follow up: My normal running pace is about 5 mph, which I can maintain for about 1/2-mile at a 1% incline. Do what feels right for your body. If you feel like it's too fast, slow down. If you think the opposite, speed up a little....  Read more

I'm wondering how fast I should be running on the
Updated 12/18/2014 2:26:32 PM

I'm wondering how fast I should be running on the treadmill? I am running 5mph right now which I realize is slow but I am also just starting out again. Any thoughts on this?...  Read more

Eat foods with no flour or sugar

Eat foods that do not have any form of flour or any form of processed sugar....  Read more

"Core Secret"

Like many people I know I sometimes have trouble remembering to suck in my belly when I am exercising. I know that it's important for posture. So when I am working out I will pat my tummy too remind myself that I am using correct form....  Read more

TriSport:Triathletes, Swimmers, Cyclists & Runners

Anything triathlon! Everything Swimming, Biking, Running and Cross-training. Members from beginners to Iron Man competitors are welcome....  Read more

Will Adjusting Form Make You a Better Runner?

Whenever friends or family see me running around our neighborhood, they know it’s me right away.  I have a very distinct run, or as I like to joke, a distinct “shuffle”.  Over the years I’ve tried to adjust the way I...  Read more

You Asked: Does Lack of Soreness Mean You Aren't Exercising Hard Enough?

SparkPeople member WESTENDGIRL75 recently asked this fitness question: "If I'm not sore the next day after a workout, does that mean I'm not working out hard enough? I used to get sore often, but now I [work] until I'm too tired to complete the exerc...  Read more





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