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5 Reasons to Let Go of Perfection

Like many of you out there, the New Year really got me rolling in resolutions and excited for all the possibilities that 2017 holds. I’ve set my sights high, and I’m glad for that. But this is also a very tempting time of year to fall into the trap of wanting everything to be perfect. You […]

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How To Breath while Running – Run Longer With Less Effort.

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  Follow my blog with Bloglovin You’re one hour into your half marathon, you start picking up speed, envisioning crossing that finish line victoriously, you look down at your Garmin to check your pace and you feel the corners of your mouth turn up as you grin mischievously, exclaiming triumphantly to yourself “I […]

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A Brief History on Cross Country Running

The sport of cross-country running had its humble beginnings in England in the early 19th century when it was first known as “the paper chase” or the “hare and hounds” game. The game required an initial group of runners to run out first and then drop pieces of paper along the way, literally a paper trail, so they can […]

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How To Run Your Best 5K Ever – All In One INFOGRAPHIC

Share this Image On Your Site </p><br /><br /><br /> <p><strong>Please include attribution to Steadyfoot.com with this graphic.</strong></p><br /><br /><br /> <p><a href=’https://www.steadyfoot.com/how-run-5k-infographic/’><img src=’https://www.steadyfoot.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/how_run_5k_infographic.png’ alt=’How To Run Your Best 5k – Infographic’ 540px border=’0′ /></a></p><br /><br /><br /> <p> Table of contents Proper running form So we talk about correct running form. That word can […]

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45 All-Important Running Tips For Beginning Runners

Running is one of the best exercises to burn calories and stay fit. It is not just a popular sport but is now a great fitness craze, helping millions of people across the globe to keep their weight under control, boost their energy levels and stay fit. Here are some of the best running tips to make […]

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Steadyfoot Annual Scholarship

In an effort to make things a little easier for students and their families, Steadyfoot are pleased to be offering a yearly $1000 scholarship. The scholarship is available to graduate and undergraduate students. International students are also welcome to apply for the program. Deadline: December 31, 2018 How to apply Participants need to write an […]

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What Is The Proper Foot Strike While Running? – My Take

When it comes to running, one of the biggest problems all athletes face is injuries. One of the most common questions asked is, “what are some ways to prevent them?” Two of the most common preventative methods are stretching before and after runs, and  doing exercises to strengthen weak muscles. One of the more recent […]

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The Anatomy Of Running Shoe – For New Runners

By Ed. Ramos The purpose of this page is to bring literacy to every runner so they may understand the different parts of the running shoe. Some of you may be browsing through this blog or in a running store and words are getting thrown at you that you do not quite understand. This page […]

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London Marathon … Hopefully the First Race of Many

By Hannah Thorpe It was the London Marathon that started off my obsession with running, so it feels appropriate to write a little post about it… The stats: Distance: 26.2 miles (more like 27 miles for those of us that don’t follow the shortest course line…) No. of non-elite runners = 30,825 Winning male: Wilson Kipsang […]

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Why you Should Run to Work…

By Hannah Thorpe Last ‘National Running Day’ – I think I missed the boat on that one! It was clearly a big week for running because Thursday was also the first official #run2workday in London. If you were not one of the many people who ran to work for the first time on Thursday then read on […]

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Be Grateful, Run for the Little Things

By Sandy Adams [su_quote]I run because I can. When I get tired, I remember those who can’t run. What they would give to have this simple gift I take for granted. And I run harder for them. I know they would do the same for me.[/su_quote] A long time ago, someone gave me a gift. […]

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What to Do When Stranded on the Run

By Sandy Adams I went out today to do my last long run before the Akron Half Marathon. Next week is a taper week and then it’s go time. I follow Hal Higdon’s Half Marathon Training Plan, but I use it as a guide. I ran a lot of 5Ks and had some injury issues […]

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