* Are you big on post-recovery aids, such as ice baths and ibuprofen? You may want to rethink that.
* 5 good reasons to add some speed to your life (and…a few easy ways to do so).
* Irunfar.com: Peak Performance and the Selfish Brain. This is fascinating insight into what’s going on with your brain and body in an endurance event. Your brain will have the last word as its job is to regulate everything to keep itself..and your body alive, but there are a few ways you can trick it to avoid having it pull the plug on your efforts at the 20th mile (or 40th mile or 60th mile).
* Runner’s World’s Mark Remy has revealed the scientific reason that some runners
are total jackwads don’t wave. Read all about it.
Group runs — for safety
In America, we gather in large running groups for fun, but in Venezuala, they run in large groups for safety.
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