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Can Running or Exercise Cause Spotting?

It can be shocking to finish a great exercise session and head to the changing room, feeling good, only to discover that you’re spotting. This can instantly cause anxiety! Can running or exercise cause spotting, or is there another cause for concern? The good news

EP 591: Do Hard Things – Part 1

http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/chrt.fm/track/G13EE/pdst.fm/e/traffic.libsyn.com/trailrunnernation/TRN_Do_hard_things_w_AJW.mp3 This is the first part of our chapter by chapter review os Steve Magness’ new book Do Hard Things – Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of REAL TOUGHNESS. We encourage you to buy the book and read along as we

The 40-Mile Week

The post The 40-Mile Week appeared first on iRunFar. An article about the benchmarks we strive for in our training volume and quality. The 40-Mile Week by Andy Jones-Wilkins…. Read More

Does Running Tone Your Legs? Tips for Toned Legs

Have you ever seen a skinny long-distance runner and wondered how they power themselves through so many miles on toothpick legs? On the other hand, ever looked at a sprinter’s leg muscles? There’s quite a difference between the two! The question is: does running tone

Why Do My Hands Swell When Walking?

Have you noticed that your hands swell when walking? Exercise generally makes us feel good, but it can be concerning when your hands feel stiff and swollen. Nobody wants to have swollen hands, even if you don’t wear a ring or a watch. We use

Trails Are For Every Body – Meet AJ Wojtalik

The following profile is a part of our Trails Are For Every Body Instagram series produced by ATRA board member Kriste Peoples. ATRA celebrates trail athletes at all levels of engagement and ability, and because the Trails Are For Every Body, each week we’re sharing

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