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  • The Athlete's Kitchen: Sports Nutrition Myths: Busted!

    Keeping up with the latest science-based sports nutrition recommendations is a challenge. Runners are constantly bombarded with media messages touting the next miracle sports food or supplement that will enhance athletic performance, promote fat loss, build muscle, and help you be a super-athlete. At this year's Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (www.acsm.org), a sports nutrition myth-busters session sponsored by Professionals In Nutrition for Exercise and Sport (www.PINESNutrition.org; a global network of Read More
  • 2019 Global Running Day: How Under Armour celebrated Global Running Day

    The importance of Global Running Day gets bigger and bigger each day. Take a look at the release from Under Armour on their programming from Global Running Day. Read More
  • The State of Running 2019, by Jens Jakob Andersen for IAAF and RunRepeat.com

    The IAAF Global Running Conference was held May 31-June 1 in Lanzhou, China. At the conference, over 600 delegates learned about the state of the sport, where trends are globally and were provided some new research on the sport. Thanks to Jens Jakob Andersen, in a very thorough report provided for the IAAF, in cooperation with RunRepeat.com, we have this exceptional report on the global sport. We post here with full credit to Jens Jakob Read More
  • TRAVEL TO OVERSEAS RACES ON THE RISE, BUT SEDENTARY LIFESTYLES THREATEN WORLDWIDE HEALTH

    The IAAF hosted a convention on global running in Lanzou, China, on May 31-June 2. Over 600 delegates went to the event and the IAAF released a study on running research, plus some fine discussions. We hope to get the transcripts to those events, and will post. We will post the research from the RunRepeat.com, in a separate post. RunBlogRun's Larry Eder was denied entry into China by the Chicago Chinese Visa office for the Read More
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  • The Athlete's Kitchen: Sports Nutrition Myths: Busted!
    The Athlete's Kitchen: Sports Nutrition Myths: Busted!

    Keeping up with the latest science-based sports nutrition recommendations is a challenge. Runners are constantly bombarded with media messages touting the next miracle sports food or supplement that will enhance athletic performance, promote fat loss, build muscle, and help you be a super-athlete. At this year's Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (www.acsm.org), a sports nutrition myth-busters session sponsored by Professionals In Nutrition for Exercise and Sport (www.PINESNutrition.org; a global network of sports dietitians) featured experts who addressed the myths that commonly confuse runners and all athletes.

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  • 2019 Global Running Day: How Under Armour celebrated Global Running Day
    2019 Global Running Day: How Under Armour celebrated Global Running Day

    The importance of Global Running Day gets bigger and bigger each day. Take a look at the release from Under Armour on their programming from Global Running Day.

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  • The State of Running 2019, by Jens Jakob Andersen for IAAF and RunRepeat.com
    The State of Running 2019, by Jens Jakob Andersen for IAAF and RunRepeat.com

    The IAAF Global Running Conference was held May 31-June 1 in Lanzhou, China. At the conference, over 600 delegates learned about the state of the sport, where trends are globally and were provided some new research on the sport. Thanks to Jens Jakob Andersen, in a very thorough report provided for the IAAF, in cooperation with RunRepeat.com, we have this exceptional report on the global sport.

    We post here with full credit to Jens Jakob Anderson and the monumental task he took on, and thank him for his enthusiasm and body of work.

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  • TRAVEL TO OVERSEAS RACES ON THE RISE, BUT SEDENTARY LIFESTYLES THREATEN WORLDWIDE HEALTH
    TRAVEL TO OVERSEAS RACES ON THE RISE, BUT SEDENTARY LIFESTYLES THREATEN WORLDWIDE HEALTH

    The IAAF hosted a convention on global running in Lanzou, China, on May 31-June 2. Over 600 delegates went to the event and the IAAF released a study on running research, plus some fine discussions. We hope to get the transcripts to those events, and will post. We will post the research from the RunRepeat.com, in a separate post.

    RunBlogRun's Larry Eder was denied entry into China by the Chicago Chinese Visa office for the event, due to his status as a credentialed Journalist in Beijing in 2008 and 2015. Story will be posted on that lovely experience soon.

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  • Mizuno Announces 50-50-50 Virtual Fitness Challenge at Exclusive Event
    Mizuno Announces 50-50-50 Virtual Fitness Challenge at Exclusive Event

    Fitness Challenge encourages an active lifestyle and celebrates the 50th Running of the AJC Peachtree Road Race - NORCROSS, GA – (May 6, 2019) –Mizuno, the global specialty sporting goods company, announced its 50-50-50 Virtual Challenge on Friday, May 3, at an exclusive kickoff event at the Mizuno Experience Center in conjunction with the reveal of its highly anticipated custom running shoe – the Limited Edition Peachtree 50th Rider WAVEKNIT™. The 50-50-50 Virtual Challenge, created through the FitRankings app, encourages runners in the U.S. to walk, jog or run 50 miles in 50 days in honor of the 50th Running of the AJC Peachtree Road Race on July 4, 2019.

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  • Tirop v Chelimo could mean another course record at the TCS World 10K Bengaluru 2019
    Tirop v Chelimo could mean another course record at the TCS World 10K Bengaluru 2019

    Bengaluru, India, 17 May: The women’s race at the TCS World 10K Bengaluru 2019 on Sunday (May 19) will bring together two of the world’s leading distance runners who will be using the IAAF Gold Label Road Race as a vital part of their preparations for the IAAF World Championships Doha 2019.

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  • 2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 25, Track Recovery, beginning of summer mileage, Day 3: Ahh, Wednesdays!

    RunBlogRun 26 Jun 2019 | 8:49 am

    2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 25, Track Recovery, beginning of summer mileage,  Day 3: Ahh, Wednesdays! The summer is just beginning. We are looking to begin summer mileage on July 1. Enjoy the week, and remember, to vary the surfaces! Jim Walmesley, 50 mile WR holder, photo by PhotoRun.net Recovery week 2 Wednesday is a day off. Easy running week 2 Wednesday: warm up, 40 minute easy run, try the roads, cooldown Recovery week 2 Monday is a day off. Tuesday is 45 minute easy run. Wednesday is a day off. Thursday is 45 minute easy[…]

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  • 2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 25, Track Recovery, beginning of summer mileage, Day 2: Tuesdays are better than Mondays

    RunBlogRun 25 Jun 2019 | 8:34 am

    2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 25, Track Recovery, beginning of summer mileage,  Day 2: Tuesdays are better than Mondays HIlls are the secret sauce of summer training. You start out just running up them, and you will, by the end of the season, be charging up the hills and flying down the hills. Hills are excellent ways to build speed. Jim Walmsley, WR holder, 50 miles, photo by HOKA ONE ONE Recovery week 2 Monday is a day off. Tuesday is 45 minute easy run. Easy running week 2 Tuesday: warm up, trail run, find some hills (3-4), 45[…]

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  • 2019 Pre Diary: Christian Coleman to race 100m at Nike Pre Classic

    RunBlogRun 24 Jun 2019 | 11:26 pm

    2019 Pre Diary: Christian Coleman to race 100m at Nike Pre Classic Christian Coleman, photo by PhotoRun.net Christian Coleman Ready for Fast Time in Pre Classic 100 (The 45thPre Classic, a member of the IAAF Diamond League of elite international track & field meets, will be held June 30 at Stanford's Cobb Track & Angell Field) Stanford, California - The world's fastest man the last two years returns to the Prefontaine Classic, and this time he's fully healthy and looking forward to a third world leader.Running fast has rarely been a problem[…]

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  • 2019 Doha WC Diary: Mihambo believes, to win LJ Doha Medal, jumps will exceed 7 meters!

    RunBlogRun 24 Jun 2019 | 10:10 pm

    2019 Doha WC Diary: Mihambo believes, to win LJ Doha Medal, jumps will exceed 7 meters! Malaika Mihambo airborne, Rome 2019, photo by PhotoRun.net BERLIN (GER): European long jump champion Malaika Mihambo has said a jump in excess of seven metres will be necessary to win a medal at the World Championships in Doha, informs Leichtathletik.de. "The other jumpers are sure to come, then you have to see how things are going in Doha. Under seven meters, you certainly won't get a medal. Of course, I hope that I can hold my position. If I stay[…]

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  • 2019 Decastar (Talence, France) complete results, by IAAF Meeting Results

    RunBlogRun 24 Jun 2019 | 8:09 pm

    2019 Decastar (Talence, France) complete results, by IAAF Meeting Results The Decastar decathlon and heptathlon was held in Talence on June 21-22, 2019. Nafissatou Thiam scored a fine 6,819, even while re injuring her elbow during event six, the javelin. Pierce LaPage, of Canada, scored, 8,439 points in the decathlon. Nafissatou Thiam, photo by PhotoRun.net 23/06/2019 Decastar Talence (Stade de Thouars), 22/06/2019 - 23/06/2019 Men's results 100 Metres - Men Decathlon Heat 1 - Combined Events Wind: +0.1 m/s 1 Zhuk , Vitaliy BLR 11.04 852 2 Hougardy , Benjamin[…]

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