11 Tips From Cross-Country Coaches That You Can Still Use
Distance running isn't easy, but these 11 tips from cross-country coaches can help you go the extra mile (even if you're not running cross-country).
Highmark Runs: 10 Best Tips for Cold Weather Running
Don't let the cold weather stop you from achieving your #running goals. These 10 Tips for Cold-Weather Running can help you stay on the path to fitness.
Become a Pro at Downhill Running
Proper downhill running technique and strong quads are important to reducing soreness as you take to the trails. Learn how to descend without getting hurt.
Go To The Tape: A Cheap, Easy Way To Prevent Blisters
Every runner can tell you tales about the blisters they get on their feet during training and races. But a new study suggests that the inexpensive surgical tape you can find at any drugstore could be the solution to this painful problem.
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Breathing is very important while running. Try not to hold your breath!
Easing the Heel Pain of Plantar Fasciitis
When your feet hurt, it’s nearly impossible to stay active. Ease the pain of plantar faciitis with advice from Allegheny Health Network’s Dr. Victor Prisk.
How Highmark Employees Stay Healthy: Running Toward Health
Another Highmark Running 101 success story: Highmark’s Bryce Walat tells how he went from less-than-ideal health screening numbers to completing 10Ks and even a half-marathon:
Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About Running*: Volume 1 - RELENTLESS FORWARD COMMOTION
It happens. While training for longer distance races, sometimes runners gain weight. In fact, the rumored weight gain is so fear inducing that many people avoid signing up for a marathon just because of it. But is the weight gain inevitable, or can you avoid it?
Transformation Tuesday: Running With the Big Dogs
Running with a dog adds a level of fun and companionship that you may not have in your normal running routine. Why not borrow a dog from your local shelter, like Highmark blogger Stacy Byers did?