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Sleepace

Filed in Gear, News by Jill on November 18, 2014 0 Comments
Sleepace

We runners like to track data, right? (Well, a good chunk of us do!) And just like getting in our miles and specific workouts and fuel and everything else… sleep is an important component to the running success equation. I learned about a cool new product that will help with tracking those ever precious Zzzzzzz’s. […]

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Kimpton Hotels Help Support Marathoning Guests

Filed in News by Jill on October 31, 2014 0 Comments
Kimpton Hotels Help Support Marathoning Guests

I love when businesses support running. This latest thing I heard about is pretty awesome: In conjunction with the NYC Marathon this November, Kimpton NYC Hotels are launching the Forgot It? We’ve Got It! Runner’s Pre-Race Pack. The Forgot It? We’ve Got It! Runner’s Pre-Race Pack includes the following amenities: Kimpton Swag including a fleece blanket, […]

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Send your run data to multiple running sites automatically

Filed in GPS, Running by Chris on October 15, 2014 0 Comments
Send your run data to multiple running sites automatically

I’ve written several pieces on moving run data from one service to another. Perhaps you started on Endomondo but wanted everything in Garmin Connect? Or, you are a recent Runkeeper convert and you needed to figure out how to see all of your data there. Our series called It’s Your Data showed you how to […]

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OnYou – Magnetically Accessible Smartphone

Filed in Gear by Jill on October 13, 2014 2 Comments
OnYou – Magnetically Accessible Smartphone

If you’ve ever been annoyed at how difficult it is to get to your phone while out for a run, a new project is seeking to correct that problem. Basically, instead of having to slide your phone into a zipper pouch and trying to pull it out later, this case uses a strong magnet to hold […]

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Apple Health App – Useful or Useless?

Filed in Nutrition, Reviews by Chris on October 10, 2014 0 Comments
Apple Health App – Useful or Useless?

A lot has been made about the new Apple Health app included with iOS 8. You may or may not recall that the app was broken in the first release of iOS 8, and it took a few patches by Apple to get it to work. It took several weeks for app vendors to begin to […]

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5 Reasons to Run an Overnight Relay Race

Filed in Running by Chris on September 29, 2014 0 Comments
5 Reasons to Run an Overnight Relay Race

I just completed my third overnight relay race, and it’s official. I’m addicted! My team and I  finished Ragnar Napa Valley last week and it was absolutely amazing. The event was fantastic, and my teammates were amazing. I started thinking about why I love these races so much, and I came up with some of the […]

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Ultimate Guide to Obstacle Course Racing

Filed in Running by TheRUNiverse Team on September 22, 2014 0 Comments
Ultimate Guide to Obstacle Course Racing

Have you ever opened the sports section of your local newspaper or tuned in to your favorite news program, only to see obstacle course racers at the finish line, all covered with mud while looking delightfully satisfied and proud of themselves? Don’t be surprised – obstacle course racing a quickly becoming popular worldwide. Experts report, in 2014, there […]

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Dominate Your Age Group: 3 Things to do on Race Day to Improve Your Run

Filed in Running by Jill on August 8, 2014 0 Comments
Dominate Your Age Group: 3 Things to do on Race Day to Improve Your Run

The following content was provided for TheRUNiverse.com by John Doran. It’s usual for runners to constantly evaluate their performance with an eye to improving — even right after they’ve pulled off a personal best. Often, though, as they look for ideas for running performance improvement, they neglect to think about the basics – things that […]

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Mizuno Wave Paradox Review

Filed in Gear, Reviews by Chris on August 5, 2014 0 Comments
Mizuno Wave Paradox Review

I’ve always been jealous of those runners that can seemingly pick any pair of running shoes and they fit just perfect for them. My wife is like that. Every shoe she selects works great, feels great, and runs great. I am not so lucky. Finding a pair of running shoes that work for me is […]

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Charity Running Stats

Filed in Running by Jill on July 30, 2014 0 Comments
Charity Running Stats

Various charity running events/programs have brought many new people to the sport. For some people, what starts as a “just this one-time” event turns into a lifelong love. I’ve seen it myself in runners I’ve coached. NordicTrack has put together this infographic that runs the numbers of those who are running for a good cause! […]

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