Nite Ize: Light Up Your Run!

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Running in the dark can be a wonderful pastime. I’ve always found pounding the quiet, pre-dawn pavement or jogging around the nighttime streets to be peaceful and relaxing. (It’s also a great way to beat the heat during the summer!). However, if you are a runner who enjoys running in the dark, or who must because of scheduling restrictions, safety is an … Read More

New Team Member: Jordan

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Hello!  My name is Jordan and I currently reside in Madison, WI – one of the best cities in the nation!  I have been involved in athletics and fitness activities ever since I can remember.  For the past 3 years I have worked alongside Steve at Robert Half Technology.  Steve and I have had hundreds of conversations regarding fitness, running … Read More

Running (Freakishly) Long Distances

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Finishing Antelope Island 50K by Bryan (2)

Hi, my name is Emily, and I like to run long distances. Not super long distances. I’m not one of the hardy individuals who straps on their sneakers to run fifty, sixty, even one hundred or more miles at a time. Not yet, anyway. But I do run a good number of marathons and 50K (31 mile) races, which are … Read More

The Path to Boston

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“I really didn’t train well enough for this…I’m already tired!” I thought at mile 11. I glanced up at my surroundings and noticed a double amputee pulling off to the side of the road to adjust his prosthetics, and I felt like I had been punched in the stomach. It turns out that the Boston Marathon has a lot to … Read More

Garmin Forerunner 220 Review

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Garmin 220 Forerunner and Heart Rate Monitor

You’re a runner. You love stat sheets, paces, heart rate zones, distances, conversions, and intervals. You crave a full page of information about your last 45 minutes of running, and want to spend as much time deciphering the results as actually hitting the trail. So you decide to go for an expensive watch, but don’t know which direction to go with it, and … Read More

New Team Member: Nick Dahl

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New Team Member Nick Dahl, Distance Runner and Nutritionist

Greetings! I am Nick Dahl, the newest member of the Technically Running Crew, and I’m happy to say that I’ll be joining the team as a part-time blogger. Just a little information about myself to get started: I’m a student athlete, competing for Germantown High School in Philadelphia, PA on the track and cross-country teams. In my running career so … Read More

Running Tall: More Gear for Tall Women

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Almost two years ago now, I wrote a post on the difficulty of finding running gear for tall women and gave some suggestions based on my own purchases. (To read my original post, click here!). That post has become of the most popular articles on Technically Running, and it has been so fun to hear from my fellow tall ladies and know that … Read More