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  • Dreaded Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy in RunnersDreaded Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy in Runners
    For individuals suffering from proximal hamstring tendinopathy it can be frustrating to navigate the rehabilitation required, and oftentimes symptoms may persist for extended periods of time, ranging from months even extending to years. The post Dreaded Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy in Runners appeared first on Runner's Tribe. Read more »
  • EVERYTHING YOU NEED, NOTHING YOU DON’T: OAKLEY LAUNCHES RE:SUBZEROEVERYTHING YOU NEED, NOTHING YOU DON’T: OAKLEY LAUNCHES RE:SUBZERO
    Oakley® has launched the next chapter of innovation with Re:SubZero, an advanced, lightweight frame made to wear during a run, training session, or whenever you’re breaking a sweat in pursuit of self-betterment. The post EVERYTHING YOU NEED, NOTHING YOU DON’T: OAKLEY LAUNCHES RE:SUBZERO appeared first on Runner's Tribe. Read more »
  • How to Know When You’re Training Too Much | A column by Matt FitzgeraldHow to Know When You’re Training Too Much | A column by Matt Fitzgerald
    MATT FITZGERALD – Runner’s Tribe Matt Fitzgerald is an acclaimed endurance sports coach, nutritionist, and author. His many books include The Endurance Diet, 80/20 Running, and How Bad Do You Want It?  Most people need to be pushed to exercise. Endurance athletes, however, are not most people. As a coach, I have consistently… Read more »
  • Sydney McLaughlin runs a sizzling world record of 51.41Sydney McLaughlin runs a sizzling world record of 51.41
    Sydney McLaughlin does not race often, but she produces memorable performances whenever she does step on the track. Running a sizzling world record of 51.41* in the women’s 400m hurdles on a hot afternoon at the US Championships on Saturday (25), McLaughlin has now set world records in three of… Read more »
  • Just nod if you can hear me | a column by Len JohnsonJust nod if you can hear me | a column by Len Johnson
    Hello, hello, hello. Is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me. Is there anyone at home? (Pink Floyd, Comfortably Numb) When World Athletics adopted a system of qualification based on rankings for its own world championships and the Olympic Games, which it conducts under the auspices… Read more »
  • Inside Running Podcast 242: Records Fall at Diamond League | Local XC LeaguesInside Running Podcast 242: Records Fall at Diamond League | Local XC Leagues
    This episode is proudly brought to you by lululemon. lululemon are a brand known for yoga, but as we now know, their run gear is technical, highly functional and built to last run after run through the seasons. Check the collection out on lululemon.com.au Brad comes off Launceston and puts… Read more »
  • Competition decisions on qualification for future championship eventsCompetition decisions on qualification for future championship events
    The World Athletics Council has approved the following decisions on future qualification systems for championship events and for the future rotation of the World Athletics Relays. Entry standards and world rankings The Council has approved the continuation of the current qualification system structure for World Athletics Championships and Olympic Games.… Read more »
  • New 800m Threat Emerges: Jye PerrottNew 800m Threat Emerges: Jye Perrott
      There is a new 800m contender in town, and he has been flying under the radar.  Hailing from Sydney, and coached by the well-known Ben Liddy, Jye Perrott’s stock is rallying hard. The smooth flowing Perrott is backed by James Templeton, the famous manager who looks after Peter Bol… Read more »
  • Main Training Principles for Mature Runners Part 3B: Strength – An Uphill Battle?Main Training Principles for Mature Runners Part 3B: Strength – An Uphill Battle?
      View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Tarkine (takayna) (@tarkinerunning) Main Training Principles for Mature Runners Part 3B: Strength – An Uphill Battle? Written by Michael Beisty Disclaimer: Content herein does not constitute specific advice to the reader’s circumstance.  It is only an opinion based on… Read more »
  • A Clean Energy Boost to Go Faster and Longer on Your Next RunA Clean Energy Boost to Go Faster and Longer on Your Next Run
    If you’re a runner looking to go faster and longer, it’s important to make sure you’re fueling your body properly. This article will explain how Naked Fire Shot can provide a boost of energy to benefit a runner. How to Get a Clean Energy Boost The key to a clean… Read more »

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