For runners participating in the race, this is a physically demanding time. Many training plans peak one month out, with a final long run, a tough interval session or tempo run and overall high mileage. Here’s what runners need to know about training a month before the Boston Marathon.
Now that you’ve decided to take up running, it’s important to make sure you warm up properly beforehand to avoid any kind of acute injury, like a muscle pull or strain.
After this brutal winter, you may be inspired to lose some weight, get in shape, or just get moving. So, you want to run, do you? First thing you need is a good pair of running shoes.
The nice weather means people will lace up their sneakers and start their running routines. After a long winter, it’s important to do what you can to get off on the right foot and prevent injury.
Gresh & Zo discuss and analyze the recent ineffectiveness of the Patriots in the red zone and try to figure out what the issue is.
The race starts at 8AM on Sunday and an estimated 6,000 runners will participate.
Technology can help improve many activities, even something as simple as walking.
You’re out enjoying a nice, brisk walk. Your heart is pumping. Your muscles are feeling good. Then, you see people running past you. And you think: should I be running, too?
If you want to stay fit, lose weight or just feel better mentally, there’s an easy and inexpensive way to do it — go for a daily walk. But who walks more? And where do they walk?
When you’re in the shoe store trying to select a comfortable walking shoe, you may feel like you’re looking for the needle in the haystack. Leather, nylon and canvas… cross trainers or running shoes… where do you begin?