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  1. New Blog Post on the Secret to a Big Heart: http://run-fit.com/secrettoabigheart

  2. Want to pace your next race correctly? Read this: http://run-fit.com/quest-for-a-sub-5-minute-mile-at-age-40-and-no-crying-in-baseball/

  3. Women Runners! Can your period help you run better? Check out what I have to say on SheNow!
    http://shenow.org/2013/12/30/can-your-period-help-you-run-better/

  4. New Blog Post with a New Year's message you don't want to miss:
    http://run-fit.com/new-years-message

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    Want to be a better runner in 2014? How bad do you want it? Register for one year's worth of Run-Fit Coaching by midnight on January 1, 2014 and get HALF OFF!
    ... read more

  7. How do you pick the right running shoe? I explain here:
    http://run-fit.com/picking-the-right-running-shoe

    • Ted
      Ted

      now, how do you pick the left shoe?

      over 3 years ago Like2 people

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    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      If minimalist shoes work for you and you don't have any problems with them, them keep doing what you're doing. But ask yourself why you wear them instead of regular running shoes. It's not likely they will prevent injuries or make you faster, which are the two things all runners want. Shoes, assuming you have the right ones for your foot type and running mechanics, are not the reason why runners get injured.

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Erik K.
      Erik K.

      Jason - The reason I wear minimal shoes is I find it easier to maintain good form wearing them (it was also easier to develop). It's certainly not the only way to get or maintain good form, or even a guaranteed to work for everyone. But, along with some fully barefoot drills it's worked for me.

      over 3 years ago Like

  8. Don't start 2014 with a running injury! Find out how to prevent them!
    http://run-fit.com/shop/books/secretsofrunninginjuryprevention

    • Daniele D.
      Daniele D.

      I know how to run injury free just run slow like me;) just kidding:)

      almost 4 years ago Like

    • Patricia B.
      Patricia B.

      Between my IT band, knees and feet I'm surprised I'm still walking, much less running.

      almost 4 years ago Like

    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      There's no reason why you should have so many injuries, Patricia! Train smart and systematically. You may want to get my e-book and follow everything it says..

      over 3 years ago Like1 person

  9. New blog post on busting through plateaus in your fitness and in your life:
    http://run-fit.com/busting-through-plateaus

    • John K.
      John K.

      Jason are you on Google +

      Great write ups man!

      almost 4 years ago Like

    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      Hi John! No, I'm not on Google+. Facebook and Twitter is all I can handle!

      almost 4 years ago Like

    • John K.
      John K.

      Ha! I hear that! I dropped Facebook but you are in it for business purposes so you have to use that network.

      Regardless I'm posting your stuff on google plus.

      Thx

      almost 4 years ago Like

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    Are you an injured runner? Know any injured runners? If you need a digital stocking stuffer for Christmas (and who doesn't?), download a copy of my new e-book, Secrets of Running Injury Preven... read more

  11. Want to run better? Target your energy systems. How? I answer that question (and a whole lot more) in Running Times: http://www.runnersworld.com/race-training/turn-power

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    New blog post. How to run at the right pace.
    http://run-fit.com/running-the-right-pace

  13. Coach Jason's Tip of the Day: Body temperature changes rhythmically throughout the menstrual cycle, peaking during the luteal phase in response to the surge in progesterone. Indeed, many child... read more

  14. RUN
    San Diego 5 mi

    2 miles warm-up + 12 x 200 meters + 1 x 400 meters w/100-meter jog recovery + 1 mile warm-down.

  15. Injured runner? Get rid of those injuries FOREVER! http://www.amazon.com/Secrets-Running-Injury-Prevention-Jason-ebook/dp/B00H2B60TU/ref=zg_bs_156484011_83

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    On the 6th night of Hanukkah, my true love gave to me... an e-book on Secrets of Running Injury Prevention! Only $1.99! AWESOME! Download YOUR copy today!

  17. Coach Jason's Tip of the Day: When I first started running track in middle school, and for many years after, I defined myself by how fast I ran my races. If I didn’t run as fast as I wanted, I... read more

    • Allison J.
      Allison J.

      thanks for this!!!

      almost 4 years ago Like1 person

    • Cathy H.
      Cathy H.

      Agree whole heartedly. Ran my first trail race in July just under 10k in distance. My goals were 1) To finish.
      2) To not be last and finally
      3) To ideally finish in under 60 minutes.
      By pushing the time aim down the priority table I was pleased to find myself finishing in 58.25.

      almost 4 years ago Like1 person