GoGo Running Team Wins Ragnar Trail Atlanta Relay!

Posted April 17, 2015 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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U.S. LEADING RECORD ATTEMPT AT ROME 30K

Posted November 18, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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Should You Crosstrain?

Posted October 27, 2013 by sourced


As I rode the exercise bike in the lab this morning, it occurred to me that there are 3 good reasons to cross train: 1) you are injured and can’t run; 2) you want to improve your cardiovascular fitness without getting injured; or 3) you want to improve your running by doing other activities.

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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Posted October 21, 2013 by sourced


Do you have pain in your heel or on the bottom of your foot in the middle? There are several treatments for plantar fasciitis. Try different options and see what works for you.

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How Many Calories Do I Need?

Posted October 17, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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When Should You Drop Out of a Marathon?

Posted October 15, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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Restaurant Specific Fat Loss Ordering Tips

Posted September 14, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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10 Quick Tips for Fat Loss When Dining Out

Posted September 12, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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I Talk The Talk While Running The Run!


Posted September 2, 2013 by sourced



John L. Parker once wrote that runners “gab like magpies”. When I first started running I thought I would be like that, but found out that I didn’t have any breath to talk or even to notice what was going on around me.

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Running with Earphones: Super Friend or Evil Villain?

Posted September 1, 2013 by sourced

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Most people I know have an iPod or some other small musical listening device. But can running alone be a safety hazard?

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Going Out Too Fast

Posted August 30, 2013 by sourced



There are many lessons learned on the track or pavement during a race. Many of us have experienced going out to fast. Here is an entry from a running log that will give you insight how to prevent this from occurring and how to optimally pace yourself according to your current level of fitness.

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Why Are Whole Grains Good For You?


Posted August 26, 2013 by sourced


There is quite a buzz these days about eating whole grains and thankfully so. The United States Military is now serving soldiers whole grains over processed grains.

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The Dangers of Dehydration

Posted August 17, 2013 by sourced

Warm weather is here, along with the twin menaces of heat and humidity. Running in the heat can quickly lead to dehydration, which ranks up there with dobermans among runners’ worst enemies.

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FAT-LOSS FOR GOOD WITH METABOLIC EFFECT.

Posted August 12, 2013 by sourced

Did you know every time you eat (what you choose to eat) or exercise (what you choose to do), you are turning on fat-burning or turning off fat-burning?

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Dealing With Pressure

Posted July 23, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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Effective Triathlon Swimming

Posted June 22, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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Beat The Heat At Your Next Triathlon

Posted June 10, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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5 Techniques For Recovery From Triathlons

Posted June 5, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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7 Mistakes to Avoid on Your Long Runs

Posted May 30, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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5 Triathlon Mistakes That Add Seconds to Your Time

Posted May 26, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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What Happens When You Run a Marathon Without Proper Training?

Posted May 23, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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Start Slow – Finish Fast: How Three Types of Progression Runs Boost Your Fitness

Posted May 14, 2013 by sourced

In a progression run, you begin running at a slow, easy pace but finish at a fast pace. Not only will you find progression runs to be fun, but they are a great way to boost your fitness without any lasting fatigue.

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5 Running Workouts to Do With a Partner

Posted May 12, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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Post Workout Recovery Meal

Posted April 14, 2013 by sourced

Looking for a delicious recovery meal? Here is a nutrition packed meal that will give your body just what it needs for optimal recovery.

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5 Steps to a Breakthrough Performance

Posted April 11, 2013 by sourced

How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics.

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7 Training Tweaks to Improve Your Triathlon Run

Posted April 10, 2013 by sourced

If you’ve been pouring over last year’s race results and have come to the conclusion that your triathlon run could use improvement, there are several ways to go about getting faster.

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Breakfast with Champions

Posted April 4, 2013 by sourced

Most masters runners have race buddies — those friends we see a few hours several times a year, whom we only know in running shorts or sweats, whose jobs we can’t describe and whose homes we’ve never visited.

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27 Ways to Run Better Every Day

Posted March 28, 2013 by sourced

Yet consistency is the most essential piece of every training program. It’s the one thing—perhaps the only one—that every coach, physiologist, and medical expert agrees on.

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What Do I Eat The Night Before A Race?

Posted March 21, 2013 by sourced

What do I eat the night before a race? Do I have to have a special meal or follow a strict diet the day before? Do I ever have a beer or a glass of wine?

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Ten Training Tips from Bernard Lagat, Dathan Ritzenhein, and Abdi Abdirahaman

Posted March 16, 2013 by sourced

In the course of talking to Bernard, Abdi and Dathan we realized that in talking about their own training they had a lot of training tips that apply universally to running.

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10 Post-Run Drinks to Fuel Fast Recovery

Posted March 8, 2013 by sourced

By Rich Strauss | Endurance Nation  (on Active.com) How much to train; how far to swim bike, and run; what carbon aero gadget to buy…the list is endless, and the triathlon space has no end of guidance on these topics. But success on race day is more about what goes on between your ears than […]

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Functional Strength Training Basics for Endurance Athletes

Posted March 7, 2013 by sourced

As an athlete, you know the importance of sport-specific training. You can’t run a marathon if you don’t run. You can’t race a triathlon if you don’t swim, bike and run. You certainly won’t do any of these things if you are injured.

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5 Phases to Speed Up Your Running Recovery

Posted March 4, 2013 by sourced

Success in endurance running events has less to do with your fitness than it does with your ability to handle the associated physical and mental fatigue. Being able to bounce back, in other words, is a critical success factor.

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Does Competition Boost Performance?

Posted February 26, 2013 by sourced

The competition effect may be even more powerful in endurance activities, where motivation and willingness to suffer play such significant roles in performance outcomes.

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5 Tips For Avoiding Cycling Injuries

Posted February 20, 2013 by sourced

Cycling is an extremely repetitive sport that involves long duration and high-intensity training—which can ultimately lead to injury.

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Running Makeover: Bust Out of a Rut and Find New Motivation

Posted February 18, 2013 by sourced

Are you stuck in a rut? Many runners often find themselves doing the same workouts over and over again—and it’s the wrong way to see progress!

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Two Workouts to Make Marathon Race Pace Feel Easier

Posted February 15, 2013 by sourced

If you run half marathon race pace and marathon race pace during preparation for a 26.2-mile race, maintaining marathon pace should feel manageable come race day.

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How Mind Over Matter Can Lead to Triathlon Success

Posted February 11, 2013 by sourced

There is no such thing as mind over matter. You can’t jump off a building and fly simply by willing it. But mind and matter can influence each other, because they’re really just two sides of the same coin.

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Survival Strategies for Winter Running

Posted February 9, 2013 by sourced

The coldest days of winter are upon us. It’s dark, it’s freezing, sometimes it snows, and it’s no wonder anyone could have difficulty getting outside for a run. Here are some tips to keep going until spring comes to relieve us in a few months.

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7 Traits Of Mentally Tough Runners

Posted February 6, 2013 by sourced

Do you know what makes runners mentally tough, especially when workouts or races are not going well? Do you know the best way to develop resilience in tight situations? To answer these questions, you must first understand what mental toughness means to a runner.

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Easy, Delicious and Healthy: Roasted Winter Vegetables

Posted January 31, 2013 by sourced

Looking for a good side for dinner tonight? Wanting to eat more vegetables? Try this recipe and let us know what you think.

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3 Tips for Running With Your Dog

Posted January 23, 2013 by sourced

If you love running with your dog, Devitt has a few helpful suggestions to make sure the experience is enjoyable for both you and your pooch.

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How to Run on a Treadmill Without Dying of Boredom

Posted January 21, 2013 by sourced

Nasty weather, running during dark hours, traveling, whatever the reason you have to run on a treadmill, here are a few great tips to prevent boredom.

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Sciatica: The Nerve!

Posted January 19, 2013 by sourced

Sciatic pain is not a diagnosis, but a symptom of another problem. With a little patience and understanding, runners can find the root cause and treat the condition.

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Foods to Strengthen Immune System

Posted January 16, 2013 by sourced

Nothing can sideline your training like a bad cold or the flu, and both run rampant this time of year. But your immune system has a complex network in place to keep you healthy–if you fuel it well.

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GoGoRunning Has a New Headquarters

Posted January 8, 2013 by sourced

GoGoRunning now has a physical meting space, Just Sports! On January 2, 2013 GoGoRunning President Powell Fulton and Founder Coach Jay Stephenson purchased Just Sports and Tennis!

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The Ultimate Winter Training Guide for Triathletes

Posted January 5, 2013 by sourced

Race day is special not just for what happens, but because it’s the culmination of months of training and focus. While race day is all about execution, all the training leading up to this point determines the nature of your race.

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How to Pick Your Running Goals

Posted January 2, 2013 by sourced

Setting running goals is a great way to stay motivated to run, and the start of a new year is the perfect time to think about what you want to accomplish. Here are some tips for setting attainable goals.

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New Year’s Resolution 5-Point Plan for Success

Posted December 30, 2012 by sourced

Tens of millions of people will make resolutions this year, many of them centered around health and well-being. From eating better, strength training, to running a few times a week – New Year’s goals about getting in better shape are the most common.

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The 12 Best Moments for U.S. Distance Running in 2012

Posted December 29, 2012 by sourced

Medals, records, surprises and more; who produced the #1 moment?

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