Running Chiropractor Talks Injury Prevention

Not every chiropractor uses their spare time to train for 100-mile races. In San Luis Obispo, the running community is fortunate to have a chiropractor with over 20 years of … Continue Reading →


Q&A with Stephanie Nunes: A Look at Gluten-free Diets for Runners

Stephanie Nunes of Rock Solid Nutrition is a San Luis Obispo native and Running Warehouse friend. She is a registered dietitian (RD) with over 15 years of experience and is … Continue Reading →


Caffeine and Running – A Good Boost?

Coffee, energy shots, energy drinks, sodas, tea…the list of products with caffeine is pretty close to infinite at this point. The question for runners is how caffeine affects our training … Continue Reading →


Understanding Heart Rates

Many runners keep a close eye on their heart rate during exercise. So many, in fact, that we carry a wide selection of heart rate monitors. But like any piece … Continue Reading →


5 Post-Workout Carb Fixes

If you automatically reach for a bowl of pasta to get your carbs, you’re missing out on an abundance of carb-heavy treats. A cup of pasta offers about 43 grams … Continue Reading →


Staying Hydrated All Day

You already know that proper hydration is crucial for a good training session or race, but figuring out exactly what your body needs can be tricky. It certainly won’t work … Continue Reading →


Tips for Running on Vacation

Whether you’re going to visit family or explore a new destination, you’ll likely find yourself traveling at some point this summer. If your fellow vacationers are also runners, it’s easy … Continue Reading →


Tips for Running in Humidity

It’s tough to train hard when your body’s working overtime to pump out sweat. If you live in an area that’s plenty humid during the summer months, you have to … Continue Reading →


Should You Take Ice Baths?

Many coaches and athletes believe that ice baths can help your body recover from strenuous exercise, like a long run or a heavy sprint session. The idea is that the … Continue Reading →


Stay Fit This Summer for XC Season

If you’re a competitor with a cross-country season coming up in the fall, you can’t afford to neglect the training opportunities of the summer months. In many cases, if you … Continue Reading →


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