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70.3 Ironman Maine Weather
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Vermont 50 UltraMarathon Weather
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Last Man Standing Ultramarathon Weather
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Newport Marathon Weather
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Chicago Marathon Weather
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Austin Marathon Weather
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The Final Major Update 2017

I know we’ve been off-line for a week or so and now the site looks totally different. Yes, we’ve changed once again but it is all for the better of the site and our vision.

The goal has never changed as we have gone forward trying to make this site the best endurance sports tool possible. What has been important in all of this is providing weather, information, motivation, humor, race information and more. (more…)

9 days ago / RaceDirector
Boston Marathon Weather
52 days ago / Trifatlete
Boston Marathon Facts

Every Marathon Runner wants to qualify and run the Boston Marathon. Here are some facts you might find interesting with Boston. (more…)

113 days ago / RaceDirector
A conservative 16 week marathon training program

Wednesday and Friday’s are rest days

A marathon is a long race. This is a marathon training program that can get you to your race in 16 weeks and not put a lot of pressure on you. You have to run and it gets difficult but it is not training 4 hours a day. (more…)

113 days ago / RaceDirector
A 12 week half-marathon training program

Monday and Friday’s are rest days

If you’re a relatively new runner you may want to consider a half marathon rather than a full fledged marathon. It is a good start. It is a challenge, but also a manageable distance. (more…)

113 days ago / RaceDirector
5K training program for beginners

Monday and Friday’s are rest days

Most beginners who want to get into shape and begin running choose a 5k as their starter race. It is an excellent goal for new runners. For newbies or folks just getting back in it is a perfect distance to start with and it is a great motivator and accomplishment. (more…)

113 days ago / Knitahollis
Exercising in Heat

Exercising in the heat brings with it several important considerations.

One area of concern is a dangerous increase in core body temperature. The human body is designed to cool itself by evaporation of sweat. Changing a liquid to a gas requires energy; as the water portion of sweat evaporates, (more…)

113 days ago / Knitahollis
Exercising in Snow and Ice

Wintry precipitation such as snow, sleet, and freezing rain can create hazardous conditions for outdoor exercise.

One of the main issues is traction. Any type of frozen precipitation can create slippery surfaces which can lead to falls causing sprains or fractures. (more…)

113 days ago / Knitahollis
Exercising in the Cold

Exercising in the cold creates a unique set of challenges.

The primary concern is keeping the body warm, both in the core as well as the extremities. When temperatures drop below 40*F, wind can make temperatures feel colder than they actually are. (more…)

113 days ago / Knitahollis
Exercising in Rain

Rain is not necessarily a bad thing when it comes to exercising outdoors.

There are a few things to keep in mind however to make sure you have a safe workout. One concern is an excess of evaporative cooling caused by water collecting on the skin or clothes. (more…)

113 days ago / Knitahollis
Does weather affect exercise?

It’s something you probably think about before you get ready to go outside to exercise.

What’s the weather out there? Is it hot? Is it cold? Is it raining? Does it really matter? (more…)


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