Our Favorite Workouts for Runners (WITH equipment) – Run It

I could give you so many reasons why strength training is important for runners (you can check out this article and this one for more details), but maybe it’s enough to tell you that strength training will make you a faster, stronger, more efficient runner. Yes, really. And today on Run It, Allie, Angela, Laura, […]

What a Runner *Really* Eats – Run It

What a runner really eats… Runners are kind of notorious for eating. All that running really makes you hungry, and thinking about the post-race food is often something that gets you through the last couple of miles of a long race. I mean, one of my guest writers is called ‘The Rungry Health Coach.’ Running […]

Run It – 6 Best Workouts for Half Marathon and Full Marathon

Today on Run It, we’re sharing running tips in the way of our favorite workouts for the half and full marathon distance. These are the workouts we have personally found to be key elements in our own training, and for those of us who coach others, they are workouts we like to include in our […]

Run It – Mental Workouts for Runners

This month for the Run It series, we are discussing a fascinating area of running and competing – the mental side of the sport. In case you’re new to Run It, every month 6 of us running coaches and bloggers share articles with you on a specific topic. You can find our past Run It […]

Run It – Trail Running in Woodstock, Vermont

When you run somewhere you love, your run automatically becomes better. Not necessarily easier…but better. Today on Run It, Angela, Laura, Nellie and I are inviting you to our favorite running spots, and why we love them. So come run vicariously with us in Woodstock, Vermont; the seacoast of New Hampshire; Brooklyn, NY; and the […]

Run It – How to beat the heat while running

One of the best parts of the Run It monthly series is that the advice and tips you get from the running bloggers and coaches involved is so varied. Every month I read the posts on the same topic from Angela, Laura, Nellie, Allie and Sarah, and each one has me nodding and thinking, ‘Great […]

Run It – Hydration tips and tricks for runners

As we approach the summer months, it’s good timing for the Run It series bloggers to be sharing hydration tips and tricks for runners. Hydration for runners is a topic that’s important in all weather and all seasons, though, and it can be tricky to get the balance right between under- and over-hydrating. We’ve got you […]

Run It – A Workout for Runner’s Knee (plus 5 more workouts for running injuries!)

Runners disagree on a lot of things. The best foot strike, what GPS watch to buy, which fuel for the long run. But one thing we can all unequivocally agree upon is running injuries SUCK. Even if they’re at the early stage of minor annoyance, we know we have to deal with them or it’s going to […]

Run It – The Best (and Worst!) Running Advice

Ever thought to yourself after a race, “Well, let’s just call that one a learning experience…”? In this month’s Run It series, my fellow running bloggers and I share all the best and worst running and racing advice we’ve received – what worked, what didn’t, and why. When it comes to advice, what works perfectly […]

Run It – How to Stay Sane on the Treadmill

Welcome to another installment of your new favorite series for runners, Run It! Full of tips and advice from coaches and runners including Laura, Sarah, Nellie, Angela, Allie and me, every month you get not one but 6 great workouts or articles on a topic.  (Last year we brought you 12 months of fantastic workouts […]