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  • September 9, 2015

    How to Find Your MAHR (Maximum Aerobic Heart Rate)

    Many runners end up training anaerobically (not intentionally), at a heart rate above their MAHR. In doing so, they'll burn through glycogen in their muscles and liver (2-3 hours’ worth) instead of relying on fat stores.
  • June 29, 2015

    Sodium for Runners: How Much is Enough?

    Sodium is important in races several hours in length or longer. I’m a salty sweater, so this research into optimal sodium for runners was worth doing for me. When your sodium levels get low, you can get nauseous, disoriented and experience muscle cramping.
  • May 28, 2014

    Top Twitter Chats for Runners

    I joined Twitter for web design and development, but as I became a more active runner and fitness ambassador, I found a huge community of like-minded runners and athletes.