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BEYOND RUNNING… Small changes to your daily routine that can make a BIG difference on race day!!

BEYOND RUNNING… Small changes to your daily routine that can make a BIG difference on race day!!

By Headsweats Ultrarunner and Ambassador –Susan Schenberg Many runners focus their energy on simply running more often, in order to become a better runner. Sadly, this commonly results in injury and burnout. Here are some simple daily changes that will pay off big time on race day.     What Are You Thinking? During a race, you will experience many highs and lows. Having the ability to control your mindset can positively affect your outcome. Here are a few of my…

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Why You Should Start Yoga: Become the best athlete you can be by adding a yoga regimen to your routine!

Why You Should Start Yoga: Become the best athlete you can be by adding a yoga regimen to your routine!

Why You Should Start Yoga Become the best athlete you can be by adding a yoga regimen to your routine!  — By: Keri Mandell  Have you had a chance to view my LIVE yoga sessions on the Headsweats Facebook page? If not, check out my videos on the Headsweats Youtube channel! You won’t regret it and they’re FREE. Yoga for runners:  Session 1  Session 2 Session 3 More to come!    For me, yoga and running have always gone hand in…

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Training Tips to Stay Motivated in the Winter

Training Tips to Stay Motivated in the Winter

Winter running can be tough especially when it comes to braving cold temperatures. Those less than ideal conditions on the roads/trails can make it very difficult to find the motivation to get out the door. I struggle with this too but I’ve learned some helpful tricks to continue enjoying the great outdoors year-round. Dress the part Set yourself up for success with the proper apparel and equipment by planning ahead. If you run in the dark make sure you have…

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Ambassador Story: A Decade in Review

Ambassador Story: A Decade in Review

Ambassador Story: A Decade in Review By: Keri Mandell Ten years ago, I was twenty-eight, married, living in Boston, and working in Brookline Public School. Such as in life, there were good times and bad. Over the last decade, my life has changed pretty dramatically. After having cancerous cells removed from my cervix and learning I could never have kids, I became deeply depressed. Soon after, my dad and stepmom had learned that they too had terminal cancer. All this…

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Holiday Training Tips to Keep You on Track

Holiday Training Tips to Keep You on Track

The holidays tend to be tricky to navigate but when you’re an athlete, it takes it to another level. Fitting into your jeans after the ball drops is not your main fear but making sure you’re still on track when it comes to reaching your training goals is. This battle doesn’t have to be fought alone! Headsweats wants to help where we can. We’re so fortunate to have a superb network of athletes that love sharing their wealth of knowledge from experience,…

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Why Spartan Athletes Love Headsweats Gear

Why Spartan Athletes Love Headsweats Gear

In August 2018, we partnered with Spartan Race, the world’s largest obstacle race and endurance brand, as the Official Custom Headwear Provider. Since then, each Spartan athlete has trained hard and kept a cool head with our ultralight, moisture-wicking, headwear. Like Spartan, Headsweats is dedicated to providing the highest quality product possible. Spartan ensures quality and challenging obstacle races while Headsweats creates headwear equipped to help athletes perform at their best. To make sure we are achieving our goals, we…

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This Land Was Made for You and Me

This Land Was Made for You and Me

My name is Greg Russell and I’m a 2018 Headsweats Ambassador. This year, Headsweats has a team of ambassadors who are talented beyond words, pushing their limits in every way possible. I wish I were one of them! I’m just a normal guy who likes to run. In late April I ran my first 50k race at the Zion Ultras, and this blog post is partially a report on that race. I also want to share some thoughts on a…

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Start Now: Consistency, Patience, and Flexibility for Effective Training

Start Now: Consistency, Patience, and Flexibility for Effective Training

Headsweats Ambassador Mike Shelver shares his insights on effective training in the New Year. For more from Mike, visit his website Trekking with Type 1. It’s two weeks into the new year! Think back to those resolutions you may have set: morning runs, going to the gym every day, and so on… have they faded? Unfortunately changing our ways, especially when it comes to exercise and training, can be tough. I’ve found that I have the most successful training periods…

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Looking Back: 2016 Tokyo Marathon

Looking Back: 2016 Tokyo Marathon

  As the 2017 Tokyo Marathon approaches, Headsweats Ambassador Jill Monroe shares a look at her experience running the iconic race last year. For Jill’s full race report, check out her blog Travel. Run. Repeat. March 7, 2016 I can’t believe that the 2016 Tokyo Marathon is now over, and I am sitting on my couch writing my race report. I found out on September 15th that I was selected to participate. I entered the lottery in August, not knowing what…

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