How to Be A Badass - The latest issue of “Runner’s World” says on the cover “BE BADASS!” and I genuinely thought for a moment it was going to have some deep insight on how to be badass: run ultramarathons maybe, or win a mountain race along a razor thin ridgeline, or help soldiers overcome PTSD through running, or skydive from a plane and then run a marathon (yes, that’s a thing!). There are so many ways to be a running badass, but there’s no advice on how to be one.

How to Be A Badass - The latest issue of “Runner’s World” says on the cover “BE BADASS!” and I genuinely thought for a moment it was going to have some deep insight on how to be badass: run ultramarathons maybe, or win a mountain race along a razor thin ridgeline, or help soldiers overcome PTSD through running, or skydive from a plane and then run a marathon (yes, that’s a thing!). There are so many ways to be a running badass, but there’s no advice on how to be one.

The temperature has been dropping to sub-freezing conditions as the polar   vortex looms, ready to shift south a bit to make things really   uncomfortable for us runners. It always takes a huge effort for me to run   when it gets cold. And I'm not talking 45℉ chilly, but legitimately cold   for Durham, North Carolina. Here are 5 tips on how to run in the cold!

Reduce the Burn When You Run in Cold Weather With These 5 Tips

The temperature has been dropping to sub-freezing conditions as the polar vortex looms, ready to shift south a bit to make things really uncomfortable for us runners. It always takes a huge effort for me to run when it gets cold. And I'm not talking 45℉ chilly, but legitimately cold for Durham, North Carolina. Here are 5 tips on how to run in the cold!

Coming back to running after the cold or flu - Don't beat yourself up over missed runs, and don't get discouraged by tougher effort once you get back to running! You can do this!

How to Return to Running After the Cold or Flu

Coming back to running after the cold or flu - Don't beat yourself up over missed runs, and don't get discouraged by tougher effort once you get back to running! You can do this!

6 Tips for a Faster Mile Time

6 Tips for a Faster Mile Time

What's in a mile? 5280 feet. 1609 meters. 1760 yards. 946 footsteps (give or take). But what really goes into a mile? The sense of accomplishment after that first milestone or the joy of the new personal record, a mile is many things to many people

8 Tips for Running in Ice and Snow

8 Tips for Running in Ice and Snow

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How to Be A Badass - The latest issue of “Runner’s World” says on the cover “BE BADASS!” and I genuinely thought for a moment it was going to have some deep insight on how to be badass: run ultramarathons maybe, or win a mountain race along a razor thin ridgeline, or help soldiers overcome PTSD through running, or skydive from a plane and then run a marathon (yes, that’s a thing!). There are so many ways to be a running badass, but there’s no advice on how to be one.

How to Be a Badass

How to Be A Badass - The latest issue of “Runner’s World” says on the cover “BE BADASS!” and I genuinely thought for a moment it was going to have some deep insight on how to be badass: run ultramarathons maybe, or win a mountain race along a razor thin ridgeline, or help soldiers overcome PTSD through running, or skydive from a plane and then run a marathon (yes, that’s a thing!). There are so many ways to be a running badass, but there’s no advice on how to be one.

8 Tips for Running in Ice and Snow

8 Tips for Running in Ice and Snow

Doesn't Kill,Restless Wild,8 Tips,Stronger,Running,Ice,Snow

8 Tips for Running in Ice and Snow

8 Tips for Running in Ice and Snow

Doesn't Kill,Restless Wild,8 Tips,Stronger,Running,Ice,Snow

8 Tips for Running in Ice and Snow

8 Tips for Running in Ice and Snow

Doesn't Kill,Restless Wild,8 Tips,Stronger,Running,Ice,Snow

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