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A Fourth of July Tradition: The 23rd Annual Pozo 5K

Posted on June 30, 2015 in Running Events

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Running Warehouse is putting on the 23rd annual Pozo Saloon 5K is this weekend in Santa Margarita, and we hope to see you there. It’s always a hit with locals and out-of-towners alike. Let’s go over a quick list of reasons you should totally go to the Pozo 5K: 1. What else would you be […]

Summer Spotlight: Performance Sunscreen

Posted on June 26, 2015 in Gear Running Accessories

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Fact: Summer means hot, sunny days. Fact: You’re gonna run, regardless. Fact: You need to protect your skin. You’re probably well aware of those facts, but did you know that Running Warehouse now carries performance sunscreen to keep your skin healthy and safe while you’re out on your summer run? That’s right. Running Warehouse is […]

Molly Huddle Sets Her Sights On The World Championships

Posted on June 25, 2015 in Running Events

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We are big fans of Molly Huddle. We had the pleasure of hosting Molly here at the House and getting her assistance with our daily operations (and we filmed her doing so). Wow, she is fast! In Thursday night’s 10000m victory at the USATF National Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Molly Huddle looked strong and confident. […]

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Pre-race Routine for Beginners: Get One.

Posted on June 22, 2015 in Beginner Running Training

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  It’s your first race. So first of all, go you! You’re awesome, and you’re gonna do great. But you’re getting close to race day and (understandably) you have a lot of questions. What should I do to be ready? What if I forget something? What is carbo-loading and how much pasta and pizza can […]

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“Longest Day, Longest Run” Sweepstakes presented by Nike

Posted on June 15, 2015 in Uncategorized

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The Nike Photosynthesis collection derives it’s inspiration from the great wonder of nature that provides energy to the earth; the sun. Photosynthesis is the process through which sunlight is converted into food for plants, oxygen is produced, and energy is made accessible to the world. As runners, energy and oxygen are both vital aspects of […]

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Am I a Runner Yet? (Hint: Yes, I Am.)

Posted on June 10, 2015 in Run Life

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What makes a person a runner? It was just a typical Wednesday. I ran a few miles in the morning, went to work for a full day of writing apparel descriptions, discussing products with vendors, blog writing, and I was finally finishing off my hump day with some much needed zen at a local yoga […]

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5 Workouts for Beginner Runners

Posted on June 3, 2015 in Beginner Running Training

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You’re a new runner. Sure, you’ve done your time and you’ve built up your running base slowly. You can now run farther than you once could without stopping. Maybe you run 5-6 times a week and you have marked your first race on the calendar. You are mentally prepared for this next step in your […]

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National Running Day: 10 Reasons We Run

Posted on in Run Life

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Happy National Running Day, run family! What a great day to celebrate being a runner, and all the things we love about running. 1. Community. The nod, wave, smile, or even quick “hello!” that passing runners exchange… It’s like we all belong to this secret club. It’s an instant connection that bonds fellow runners together. […]

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Hoka One One Clifton 2 | First Look

Posted on May 22, 2015 in First Look Running Shoes

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The Hoka One One Clifton was our best selling shoe for 2014. Why? It’s lightweight. It’s soft. It’s the lowest priced shoe in the Hoka line. This performance-oriented running shoe has been great for runners with a midfoot to forefoot strike, who appreciate well-cushioned ride that is light enough for fast paced running and feels […]

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Roaming Runners: 5 Tips for Training While Traveling

Posted on May 20, 2015 in Run Life Training

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I get the travel bug every six months, without fail. It’s a severe condition with a myriad of symptoms, and it begins with hours of wide-eyed browsing on National Geographic’s travel photography page. Next comes the search for the latest and greatest way to get (more) free airline miles. Then the flight perusing, and finally, […]

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