PUMA News Archive
Do you love a good night run? Here are a few tips to stay safe when you lace up after dark.
With 2011 on its last legs, it’s time to start making some new running resolutions for 2012. Where should you start though? Maybe last year you set out with high hopes, but found your goal wasn’t actually within reach. On the other hand, maybe you set your sights too low, and it all came too easily for your own good. Even if you were right on par with last year’s proposition, we’ve got a few new running resolutions that might make next year all the more exciting.
When you reach your body’s limit, how do you get through it?
Are you that busy person who squeezes her run in the wee early hours? The one who has woken up starving but unsure what to eat afraid of running on a full stomach?
What you eat before, during, and after a race can affect your performance, but there is no one perfect meal that works for everyone. It?s really important to go with what you know and not experiment with new foods the night before a race.
Dehydration, hyperthermia (overheating), hyponatremia (loss of salt), and sunburn: these are just a few of the concerns when running in the heat.
Falling temperatures and fewer daylight hours don't mean that your outdoor running routine has to go into hibernation for the winter. Running through the cold weather can help shake those winter blues, improve your energy level, and guarantee that you'll be in better shape once bathing suit season rolls around. Follow these tips for cold weather running: