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Headsweats Ambassador Matt Johnson – Transition from College XC to Ultras

Headsweats Ambassador Matt Johnson – Transition from College XC to Ultras

Headsweats Ambassador Matt Johnson ran track and cross country at the collegiate level, culminating in a trip to the 2013 NCAA Cross Country National Champtionships. After college, Matt wasn’t ready to give up his competitive running career, and found a new passion for the sport through training and racing in trail races and ultra marathons. Matt’s friend and college teammate Clay Holton interviewed him on what it’s like to transition from being a collegiate athlete to an ultramarathoner and what…

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Tips for Running with a Stroller

Tips for Running with a Stroller

At Headsweats we know it can be tough to find time to work out. We also know that your running time is an important time for you to de-stress but what’s a Mom to do when your running routine clashes with quality time with your little one? Though you may wince at the thought of bringing your little one on your run with you, we’ve compiled a list of tips that will help make running with your toddler a fun…

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Run For Your Life

Run For Your Life

For a good portion of every society running just seems pointless. Its not really understood why runners continue to subject themselves to a sport where most of the time, the effort outweighs the benefits. But for runners who experience that high, know how breaking past emotional and physical boundaries can make them feel accomplished and content. However, studies show that there are a number of physical and mental benefits that even the most dedicated of runners may not be aware…

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Avoiding Running Injuries

Avoiding Running Injuries

So, you were certain that you were going fairly easy on yourself, but here you are again, icing that knee or babying that shin splint. Most of us are knowledgeable in the treatment of these running injuries but how to avoid them is somewhat lesser known. If you are experiencing repeated injuries after running, a few adjustments prior to, and during your routine may be called for. 1. Injuries often come from overtraining. Adding miles, intensity or both is obviously…

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Ride and Run with Passion and Safety

Ride and Run with Passion and Safety

The statistics are eye-opening and a bit staggering and not in our favor. A pedestrian or cyclist is killed every 2 hours in the United States in a collision with a motor vehicle. Runners, walkers and cyclists are most likely to be struck in intersections of urban roadways at night according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with low-visibility being a key factor in these fatal incidents. Increasing visibility during night runs or rides is of the highest…

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