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Long Distance Run Breathing Techniques–Stephen Taylor

Successful runners know that they must regulate and control their breathing during long distance runs.  Expert Stephen Taylor’s video, below, provides actionable guidance for improving your long-distance breathing. Breathing Exercises to Help a Long-Distance Runner — powered by eHow.com

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Triathlete Kicking Drills

Many triathletes don’t spend much time practicing their swimming form.  I know many triathletes who don’t do any kicking drills because they think they need to save their legs for the bike and the run.  Dave Scott’s video provides a ...

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Louis Garneau Ergo Grip Shoes

For those of you hardy souls that want to ride no matter the weather outside, Louis Garneau has a set of shoes for you.  Sealed seams and inside laces prevent wind penetration.  Bicycling Magazine notes that this shoe has the lowest ...

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Avoiding Cramps During Your Run

All runners, triathletes, and athletes in general occasionally suffer from cramps. Triathlon coach David Brown tells you how to use hydration and proper training to avoid cramps. How to Avoid Running Cramps — powered by eHow.com

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Saucony Stabil 6 Mens Running Shoes Review

Saucony Stabil 6 Mens Shoe Review

Great for the overpronator, a very stable and durable shoe. Quite heavy

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Triathlon Beginner Training Tips

Multisport Trainer Stephen Taylor details basic beginner triathlon training tips.

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Drinking Before, During, and After Runs

Most people focus too much on what to drink during a race or a run and not enough on hydration before and after the run.  In this video, triathlon coach David Brown offers some tips and guidance for staying hydrated ...

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BodyGlide Anti-Chafe Review

BodyGlide Anti-Chafe Review

A solid product that prevents most chafing

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Camelbak Lobo Hydration Pack Review

The Lobo is a well made, durable, and effective hydration pack. Construction is heavy, so better suited for MTB, trail running, and hiking

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RoadID vs. Nathan Sports Shoe Pocket Review

If you’re new to running and cycling, and for that matter, any outdoor activity including hiking and walking, you should know that it’s essential to carry ID on your person.  When I first started running and cycling, this meant tossing ...

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