Summer Spotlight: Performance Sunscreen

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 … Continue Reading →

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Molly Huddle Sets Her Sights On The World Championships

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 … Continue Reading →


Pre-race Routine for Beginners: Get One.

  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 … Continue Reading →


Things I Learned from My First 10K

I ran my first 10k this past weekend, and I learned a lot of things. 1. Don’t be afraid to go it alone sometimes. This 10k was not only my … Continue Reading →


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

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 … Continue Reading →

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Highly Cushioned Shoes: What does the study say?

Peter Larson, of runnblogger.com, has brought to light an abstract of a study on the Effect of Highly Cushioned Shoes on Ground Reaction Forces during Running. The study examined impact … Continue Reading →


5 Workouts for Beginner Runners

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 … Continue Reading →


National Running Day: 10 Reasons We Run

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 … Continue Reading →


Roaming Runners: 5 Tips for Training While Traveling

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 … Continue Reading →


5 Considerations When Comparing Yourself to Other Runners

There’s nothing wrong with looking at someone and thinking, I want to be like that! But it can be dangerous when it turns into a comparison game. As a beginning … Continue Reading →

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