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7 Training Mistakes To Avoid

7 Training Mistakes To Avoid

Training for a race takes time, discipline, and consistent work. While it may seem tempting to take a few short cuts along the way, it almost always affects your performance later. Find out about seven common training mistakes you should avoid if you want to be able to give it your very best effort on race day.

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What These Running Dads Do To Stay Motivated

What These Running Dads Do To Stay Motivated

We tip our hats and visors to all of the running dads who work hard to set a positive example through health and physical fitness. These dads have become experts at aligning positive words with positive actions to help motivate family, friends, and anyone else who might be in need of extra encouragement. Get four key bits of wisdom from a few superhero dads on how to stay motivated and engaged as you train.

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10 Summer Running Safety Tips To Remember

10 Summer Running Safety Tips To Remember

You love the sunshine and longer daylight hours that come along with summer, but as a runner you also have to make seasonal adjustments to your training program. Check out these ten summer running safety tips that cover everything from properly planning your warm-weather runs to knowing how to prevent and identify heat-related illnesses.

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How This Mom Continues To Crush Her Running Goals

How This Mom Continues To Crush Her Running Goals

Can you imagine filling the roles of mom, wife, corporate management consultant, runner, and fitness blogger? The thought makes our head spin, but that's precisely what Katie McFarland of St. Louis, Missouri does every day. Oh, and did we mention that she's currently training for a Half Ironman?

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Gifts Under $50 Running Moms Will Love

Gifts Under $50 Running Moms Will Love

Mom is the one person who is always there to support and encourage others through life's challenges. Whether she has been a lifelong runner or she has recently taken up running, you want to do whatever you can to support and encourage her when she heads to the track or trail. Whether in honor of Mother's Day or just because, it's not hard to find gifts that running moms will love and appreciate.

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7 Post-Race Recovery Tips For Runners

7 Post-Race Recovery Tips For Runners

Congratulations! You just finished your race, but now that your run is done, don't forget to make sure you have a good post-race recovery plan in place. From rehydration to light massage, find out about seven things you can do to help your body bounce back after crossing the finish line. 

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Final Week of Race Preparation:  Do's & Don'ts

Final Week of Race Preparation: Do's & Don'ts

You've been training for months, and now race day is right around the corner. So, what exactly should you be doing in the final week leading up to a race? Your race preparation program should include rest, fueling your body properly, and keeping your muscles warm. Keep these final week do's and don'ts in mind as you prepare for the big day.

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Helping a Great Cause - Cure for ALS

Helping a Great Cause - Cure for ALS

May is ALS Awareness Month. In anticipation, Run's Done is helping raise money for the cause. For every Run’s Done Sports Towel Seat Cover sold in the month of April, $5 of the purchase will be donated to the Cure for ALS by customer request. 

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Mud Run Anyone?

Mud Run Anyone?

A quick google search for mud runs will render results such as Rugged Maniac, Zombie Mud Run, Battlegrounds Mud Run, Tonka Mud Run, Dirty Girl and Survivor Mud Run. At first blush, you might imagine the worst. Perhaps you originally thought "what fun" but then felt intimidated by such scary words. But never fear, all is not lost! You got this!

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Who's Ready for Spring?

Who's Ready for Spring?

Old Man Winter sometimes puts a pout on our bellies, one we can't wait to see melt away. In the beginning we run for shorter distances at slower speeds. After a week or two our endurance is back. When our run's done we stretch until we are as elastic as a rubber band.

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Running Through the Ages

Running Through the Ages

A look at how why we run changes through the decades. Our motivations and distractions change in our 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and beyond. But common to all ages, you run because you can. Because it makes you feel good. You run because no matter how old you are, it’s just what you do.

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How We Roll

How We Roll

At Run’s Done™ we like to solve problems. Problems that affect runners and other athletes. We think that when your run’s done you should be problem-free and able to relax, refresh and recover. That’s why we came up with the products you see here on our website plus some really cool ones coming out soon.

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