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Why Your Gluteus Is So Maximus?

Why Your Gluteus Is So Maximus?
Humans possess many physical traits that are tailor-made for running. This includes the size of our butts. Read on to find out how it is that humans are designed to run, and how the size of your derriere contributes to this.
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The Pros And Cons Of Running On Different Surfaces

The Pros And Cons Of Running On Different Surfaces
The repetitive nature of running puts a lot of stress on our body, especially on our foot, leg and hip joints. To avoid wearing out a particular part of our body, it is important that we vary the terrain of our run routes. Each surface has their benefits and disadvantages. Here’s what they are.
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Best Running Signs Pertaining To Booze

Best Running Signs Pertaining To Booze
The concept of a cold beer at the end of a run is one that we frequently see on the placards held by spectators at a race. To honor the hard work that went into the making of those placards, we’ve put together a gallery of the best boozy race signs.
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Can You Be Vegetarian And Still Compete On A World Class Level?

Can You Be Vegetarian And Still Compete On A World Class Level?
Can a world-class athlete get enough protein from a vegetarian diet to compete with their carnivorous counterparts in physical competition? Here is a list of athletes who have risen to the top without the help of meat.
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The Best Carbs For Runners

The Best Carbs For Runners
Carbohydrates are an essential part of an endurance runner’s diet, and should be the foundation of each meal. But not all carbohydrates are created equal, and as a runner, you need to get as much nutrition from each gram of carbohydrates as possible. This article is a breakdown of the most nutrient-packed, energy-sustaining foods to keep your body running at an optimal level.
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