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Sensoria Walk

There are a number of people that would benefit from a smart garment that accurately tracks activity and accelerates their rehab process. No matter how slow they walk. This is why we created Sensoria Walk. [More]

Heart Rate Targeting on Recovery Days

The single biggest training mistake that runners make is the belief that the harder they train, the better they will get. Whether they are beginners or experts, runners have an inherently strong will and sometimes stubborn mind set when it comes to training. Any running, they believe, as long as it is harder or faster than the day before, is good training. However, the body does not have an infinite ability to heal itself and become faster and stronger without the proper balance between hard training runs and easy recovery runs. In fact, without incorporating recovery runs into your training routine, you risk losing all of the progress you’ve made to injury. [More]

How To Get Back To Running After A Few Missed Workouts

It finally happened; I knew it would, I just didn’t know when. What happened? Well, two things actually: First, I have been so focused on training for the challenge in February, I keep forgetting that I plan to run the Seattle Half Marathon at the end of November – and that is coming soon! And second, I got sick and could not run for a couple weeks. So based on these two recent events, how do I get back into training now that I can run again, and what do I do? [More]

Trust the Training Plan

The start of something new is always fun and exciting; it’s easy to stay on task, complete your objectives, and meet your goals. The same thing is true for a training plan – the beginning of training for a new challenge is always fun and fresh; it’s easy and motivating to get out there for those first few runs. The mileage is low, the run time is short, and it’s a beautiful day for a run. [More]

How To Improve Your Running Form in 3 Easy Steps

When running, each foot comes into contact with the ground 80 to 100 times per minute on average. In addition to that, studies show between 50 and 80 percent of runners are injured every year from overuse injuries associated with repetitive force being applied to feet and legs. [More]

How to Have Fun During Your Training

Hello there! I’m Tricia and I blog about running at Run and Defy Gravity. I will start off by saying I am not the average runner you read about in most magazines – I wasn’t a runner as a kid or in high school, and have never been an athlete in any real sense. I came to running through a family connection – specifically Multiple Sclerosis and Cancer. [More]