Running

5k Beginner Training Chart

This chart is for people who have already run at least one 5K race, or have been running for a while and are ready to step up the pace on race day. Please visit our Running Training Guide to make the most of this workout.

5k Intermediate Training Chart

 This chart is for people who have already run at least one 5K race, or have been running for a while and are ready to step up the pace on race day. Please visit our Running Training Guide to make the most of this workout.

5k Advanced Training Chart

This chart is for advanced runners only. This chart assumes you have already broke a 20min flat 5k. Please visit ourRunning Training Guide to make the most of this workout.

Beginner Marathon Workout

Here is the perfect workout plan if you are a beginner marathon runner. Please visit our Running Training Guide to make the most of this workout.euismod a enim.

Running Training Guide

Are you that person who runs the same 2 miles on the same route every other day? If
so, you’re failing to develop all of your muscle fibers and limiting your range of motion.
Check out these different training plans to make the most out of your runs.

The Proper Way to Stretch

Runners are notorious for not stretching properly or not stretching at all. This is unfortunate because stretching can be very beneficial for runners. Running without stretching will eventually cause the muscles to shorten and tighten. Stretching is important for maintaining flexibility and most importantly for injury prevention. 

Common Running Injuries

Running injuries can be very unfortunate, but all too common. During running we put
stress on our muscles and joints which leads to injuries. Understanding these running
injuries is the first step to an effective treatment.

Why Runners Get Injured

Runners are prone to a wide variety of injuries. The high impact nature of the running causes considerable stress to muscles, tendons and ligaments as well as making such athletes vulnerable to strains, sprains and fractures. When the foot is contact with the ground, the forces and mechanics are transmitted along the leg to the spine.