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How to Increase Speed in Cross Country Running

Cross country is an endurance sport. This type of running is aerobic, which means that your muscles are receiving an adequate amou...
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The 10 Toughest Race Obstacles - and How to Train for Them

From the Tough Mudder to the various Spartan races, obstacle courses have been a big hit in fitness for the past few years, entici...
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10 Tips All Runners Can Learn from Ultramarathoners

Once solely the domain of a handful of elite runners willing to go the distance for a belt buckle and bragging rights, the sport o...
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Cross-Country Running Training

Cross-country running can be difficult. Terrain and weather can change at a moment's notice, and the potential for sprains, falls ...
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1500 Meter Training

The 1,500-meter run is a middle-distance run that's a classic Olympic track and field distance. Equating to roughly 0.93 miles -- ...
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The Best Trail Shoes for Supinators

The natural inward roll of your foot while running is called pronation, and most runners fall into one of three main categories: o...
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Is Trail Running Better for the Knees?

One common concern for runners is the health of their knees. The constant jarring of this joint from repeatedly pounding the pavem...
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What Do Cross-Country People Have to Eat to Lose Weight?

Cross-country runners usually compete off of paved roads, and common sites for races include parks, golf courses or trails. The fa...
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How to Choose the Right Shoe for Cross Training

If you perform a variety of athletic activities, ranging from aerobics to sports, a cross-training shoe may be right for you. Whil...
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What Is the Difference Between Track Spikes & Cross-Country Spikes?

Spikes for cross-country and track are used to get more traction on the surfaces being raced on. They have less support, so are li...
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