PUMA Running News Archive
Where do you think the limits for human speed end?
When you reach your body’s limit, how do you get through it?
Is it better to run with or without music and what works best for you?
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?
Let’s face it. New England Falls are awesome. Red golden leaves crunch under your feet, the sky is a crisp pale blue, and sweet scent of pumpkin spice lattes from your local café perk up your early morning runs. Warm colors of apple, maple, cinnamon, caramel and chocolate convince you that you are a proud New Englander.
Another win for Usain Bolt in 2011 as the IAAF names him “Athlete of the Year.”
For serious distance runners, very few races can compare to the size and excitement presented by the New York Marathon. As the song goes, “if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere,” which is why this weekend, we’ll be in the Big Apple to help all athletes and supporters make the most of this great event.
When it’s been a while since your last run, how do you get back into your normal regiment?
Each year the readers of Contra Relógio, Brazil's most prestigous specialty running magazine, eagerly wait for the release of the August issue. Why? It's when the yearly Shoe Review is released.
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