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Start the New Year off right with a private session with one of our expert coaches. For the month of January, 2017 you can bring a friend with you to a session for no extra charge. We have coaches located in the NYC area, Hoboken, NJ, Chicago, IL, Waukee, IA, Portland, OR and Menlo Park, Palo Alto, and San Jose, CA.
THE ARMORY'S FASCINATING HISTORY
If you have ever ran indoor track, you probably know about the Armory Track & Field. But did you know about the its fascinating history before becoming the track & field Mecca it is today? Citius Mag delves into the Armory's storied background in their article "The Armory's History Goes Well Beyond Track & Field."
COURTNEY OKOLO SETS AMERICAN 500m RECORD
SLOW AND STEADY WINS THE RACE
Everyone knows the lesson in the Tortoise & the Hare, "slow and steady wins the race." But how many runners would actually take that advice into their actual race? Nike's Eliud Kipchoge discusses how this advice could lead to personal best marathon times in "The Secret to Running a Faster Marathon? Slow Down."
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RECOVER FROM RUNNER'S KNEE
Runner's Knee can be a tough injury to deal with. Sports Injury Specialist James Dunne gives some tips on how to recover from runner's knee in his video "Runner's Knee Exercises: 10 Minute Knee Pain Routine."
52 YEAR RUNNING STREAK COMES TO AN END
Dr. Ron Hill, a former Olympian, ran every day for 52 years and 39 days until poor health forced his historic streak to come to an end. Read more about this incredible feat in the Telegraph's article "Ex-Olympian Ron Hill finally takes day off after going for run every day for 52 years."
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HISTORY OF INDOOR TRACK
Ever wonder about how indoor sports got popular? Spikes Magazine takes a look at America's role in making indoor track popular worldwide in their article "History of American Indoor Athletics."
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TRAIN WITH COACH LATZ
Coach Jeff Latz takes a disciplined problem-solving approach to training clients, and usually suggests small but crucial enhancements to their existing training habits, rather than giving them an entirely unfamiliar program. He believes that every runner’s most important goal should be to ensure that they can continue to run for the rest of their life, and that enjoying the sport and investing in one’s long-term health are prerequisites for any athletic achievements or other fitness goals.
Coach Latz is a USA Track and Field Level 1 certified coach, and is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
THIS OLYMPIAN WANTS YOU TO BELIEVE IN YOURSELF
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BREAKING OUT OF A RUNNING SLUMP
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TRAINING BY TIME V. TRAINING BY DISTANCE
Deciding whether you will measure your workout by time or distance is important to your goals. Learn about the benefits of both from Women's Running in "When Should You Run And Train By Time Versus Distance?"
ARE YOU GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR FOAM ROLLER?
If you only use a foam roller to recover from injuries, you are missing out on the hidden potential of this excellent training tool. Runner's World offers some pre and post workout uses for how to get the most out of your foam roller in "How to Use a Foam Roller."
Training for a marathon is one of the more difficult tasks a runner can take on. Competitive Magazine talked to various coaches and marathoners to get their take on the best tips for marathon training. "The mistake I see most often is that people put in too much mileage,” said Dennis Barker, the former head coach of Team USA Minnesota. Read more advice in Amanda Loudin's article "How Long Should Your Longest Run Be for Marathon Training?"
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