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RunnerDude's Full-Body At-Home Workout #2

With most gyms and fitness studios closed due to Covid-19, getting in you weekly workouts can be a challenge. Below is the RunnerDude Full-Body At Home Workout #2 that takes a little over 40 mins. The workout includes lower-body, upper-body, and core exercises. (Click Here for Workout #1) The workout is a modified Tabata format. There are 9 rounds. Each round has 6 cycles of 30 sec work/10 sec rest. After all 6 cycles are complete, you get 1-min of rest before moving to the next round of 6 cy...
Tags: Fitness, Sport, Running, Exercise, Run, Tabata, Runner, Runnerdude, Exercise For Runners, Runnerdudesfitness, RunGreensboro, Rungso, Full-body Workout, Resistance Training For Runners, Tabata Workout, Venmo Runnerdude


Episode 106: The Hot Hand and The Science of Streaks: A Discussion with Ben Cohen

In episode 106, we bring on author Ben Cohen to have a discussion on streaks, the role of science and expertise in decision making, and our propensity to see patterns where they may not exist. His... [ To read more, please click the title link above.]
Tags: Podcast, Sport, Running, Ben Cohen


Rules for Using the Sidewalk During the Coronavirus

Going outside is still a joy. But we all need to do more to walk and run while social distancing.
Tags: News, Walking, Running, Bicycles and Bicycling, Sidewalks, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


RunnerDude Full-Body At-Home Workout #1

With most gyms and fitness studios closed due to Covid-19, getting in you weekly workouts can be a challenge. Below is a full-body workout that takes a little over 40 mins. The workout includes lower-body, upper-body, and core exercises. The workout is a modified Tabata format. There are 9 rounds. Each round has 6 cycles of 30 sec work/10 sec rest. After all 6 cycles are complete, you get 1-min of rest before moving to the next round of 6 cycles. Each round either has one exercise for which c...
Tags: Fitness, Sport, Running, Exercise, Tabata, Runnerdude, Exercise For Runners, Circuit Workout, Runnerdudesfitness, At-home Exercise, At-home Workout, Full-body Workout, Resistance Training For Runners, Workout Video


Don't Give In to The Wall

If you're a distance runner, then you know what "hitting the wall" is all about. Usually it's around mile 20 in a marathon. Most of the time it's due to improper fueling, hydration, or both. Sometimes, it's due to going out too fast too soon. And sometimes, it just happens with no explanation.There are other walls we encounter that don't involve marathons. Walls we can't control. Right now, Covid-19 is a huge wall for everyone affecting our daily lives. For runners, it means no group runs, socia...
Tags: Sport, The Wall, Running, Run, Don, Marathon Training, Runner, Runnerdude, Running Tips, Running Inspiration, Running Motivation, Hitting The Wall, RunGreensboro, Wall Easier


Benefits of Morning Running

Fellow runner and blogger (Runners Blueprint), David Dack contacted me about sharing a post on the benefits of morning running. Some good stuff here. Check it out! The Morning Run There’s a long list of good reasons for running first in the morning. You’ll kick off the day doing something healthy. You’ll have more energy throughout the day. You’ll be more consistent. I could go on and on, but by now you should be familiar with some of the perks of catching a run when the rest of the world ...
Tags: Instagram, Research, Sport, Running, Run, Runner, Runnerdude, Running Tips, Morning Running, David Dack, David Dack David Dack


The Right Clothes

A few weeks ago porfessional decathlete and Olympic 2021 hopeful, Chris Helwick reached out to see if he couple provide me with a guest post for RunnerDude's Blog. My reply? "Sure!" Chris writes a blog about his experiences in athletics, and it can all be found on his website ChrisHelwick.com. Below is his post on "The Right Clothes —for better habits, mindset, and performances." To check out some of RunnerDude's interviews with various Olympians and other great runners click here. The Right ...
Tags: Sport, Olympics, Running, Run, Chris, James Clear, Rocky Balboa, Runner, Runnerdude, Running Inspiration, Running Motivation, Decathlon, 2021 Olympics, Chris Helwick, Olympic decathlete, Olympic runner


Mail from Moving Me Forward April 2020

Safe Ways to Exercise and Stay Connected During COVID-19 COVID-19 is changing so many things in our daily lives, but it doesn’t have to interfere with your training goal or getting out and exercising. Even though we aren’t able to run in large groups or attend face-to-face group exercise classes, here’s a list of things we CAN do to stay active and healthy during these difficult times: Walk or run outside either alone or a safe distance away from a running partner Walk or run at home on a tre...
Tags: Photos, Sport, Running, Walk, Belgrade Avenue


The New Rules of Running Now

It’s difficult to balance the risks of exercising outside against the benefits.
Tags: News, Running, Exercise, Sneakers, Anxiety and Stress, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


T.I.L.: Rockay Arm Warmers

I like a good arm warmer… they’re really versatile, especially for February-April here in Las Vegas as my morning runs can feel kind of cold at first but as you get about 2 miles into it, you’re warmer. Enter the arm warmer… the perfect solution for this kind of weather. I’m also always kind of […]
Tags: Sport, Gear, Running, Las Vegas


Episode 105: Clarity is Power: Coaching, Training, and Achieving During Difficult Times

Normally running is an achievement-focused sport. We’re trying to win races and run PR’s. We’re not going to have any achievement opportunities for the foreseeable future. How do we... [ To read more, please click the title link above.]
Tags: Podcast, Uncategorized, Sport, Running


Spring-heeled: concept that could see Usain Bolt rocket to 50mph

Prototype of revolutionary running device being worked on by scientists at US universityA wearable spring-based contraption that attaches to the legs has the potential to boost human running speeds by 50%, according to researchers who hope to build the first prototype over the next year.Scientists came up with the concept after computer models showed that it was possible to dramatically increase the amount of energy people put into each running step by enabling them to do work when their feet ar...
Tags: Science, Technology, US, Sport, Life and style, World news, US news, Engineering, Running


This Ankle Exoskeleton Was Designed to Make Running Easier

Running is one of the most affordable forms of exercise, but it’s also one that people love to groan about—and for good reason. It’s a high-impact sport that can be hard on the body, and that’s without factoring in however you might feel about your individual athleticism. But Stanford engineers have found a wearable…Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Wearables, Science, Fitness, Stanford, Running


Socially Distant Run

This weekend I escaped for about an hour on my own and convened with nature. I only saw one other human being, and that was someone on the sidewalks before I got to the trail. I have telecommuted for 15 years now and, while I have experienced a lot of loneliness over the years, I […]
Tags: Mental, Sport, Running


Workout at Home: Centr Edition

Chris Hemsworth’s workout/nutrition app Centr has announced that they are offering a 6-week free trial period during this time of social distancing. So if you’ve ever aspired to look like Thor… well, it probably won’t happen from this app. But it’s another option to try for some workouts! Chris Hemsworth has today announced that he […]
Tags: Sport, Running, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, Newsworthy


Impermanence

"No man ever steps in the same river twice. For it's not the same river, and he's not the same man." ―  Heraclitus [Author: Will Cooper ]
Tags: Sport, Running, Heraclitus, Will Cooper


Running From Coronavirus: A Back-to-Basics Exercise Boom

With gyms and pools closed and sports leagues shut down, a miniboom is emerging in running, a natural for social distancing.
Tags: News, Running, Exercise, Athletics and Sports, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Crisis = A Time to Update Our Thinking

I’d like you to do an experiment. Go back two, three, or four weeks in your Facebook and twitter timeline. What were you saying and believing about the coronavirus? Did you downplay it? Comparing it... [ To read more, please click the title link above.]
Tags: Facebook, Uncategorized, Sport, Running


‘I Feel Strong and Free’: Running Takes Hold Among Women in Somaliland

In a traditional, conservative society, more female athletes are participating in an annual running event, a sign life may be changing here for women.
Tags: News, Running, Exercise, Somalia, Women's Rights, Marathon Running, Somaliland, Women and Girls, Muslims and Islam, Muslim Veiling, Hargeisa (Somaliland


Yes, You Can Go for a Run

Stay home. That’s the first rule of self-quarantine, and of social distancing. But after a while you may be itching to get outside and move, and I have good news for you: if you’re able to do it all on your lonesome, it’s fine to go out for a run. Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Running, Lifehacks, Coronavirus


Workout at Home: OpenFit Edition

I’ve learned that the OpenFit app is giving people a 30-day free trial during this time where we all have to social distance ourselves. I reviewed the OpenFit app a little while ago. Since then they’ve expanded to a lot more live, real-time classes in the app and have added Pilates. In fact, I did […]
Tags: Sport, App, Running


The Thirsty Leprechaun 5K in South Portland ~ changed into a virtual race.

One report in so far shows Steven Dubois in the lead!
Tags: Photos, Sport, Running, South Portland, Steven DuBois


Episode 104: What to Do During Adverse and Challenging Times: A Runner’s Guide to COVID-19

Adversity, challenge, tough times; all experiences that we proclaim sport teaches us how to manage. Well, now is the time to put that experience into action. While we’re talking specifically... [ To read more, please click the title link above.]
Tags: Podcast, Sport, Running


Workout at Home: Down Dog Edition

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Down Dog workout apps are available free until April 1, 2020.
Tags: Sport, Yoga, Running


Swimrun, Sweden’s Island-to-Island Race, Comes to America

The popular endurance race, which combines trail running and open water swimming and has multiple transitions, is starting to catch on with American triathletes.
Tags: News, Sweden, America, Running, Swimming, Otillo, Swimrun, Swimrun Sweden


SMMSITCL – Cape, Greely, Freeport/Durham, Saco

File Photos SMMSITCL – Cape, Greely, Freeport/Durham, Saco courtesy of Maine Mile Split
Tags: Photos, Sport, Running, Greely Freeport Durham Saco


T.I.L.: The Athlete's Gut

Today I Learned: A forthcoming book from Velopress is The Athlete's Gut, for all of us runners with a nervous stomach.
Tags: Books, Sport, Running


SMMSITCL Week #2 – 3/9/2020 Biddeford, Falmouth, Poland, SMC Portland Exposition Building

File Photos from last year SMMSITCL Week #2 – 3/9/2020 Biddeford, Falmouth, Poland, SMC Portland Exposition Building courtesy of Maine Mile Split
Tags: Photos, Sport, Running, Biddeford Falmouth Poland, Portland Exposition Building, SMMSITCL Week