by Dr. Richard Beauchamp, M.D., FRCSC
There are many reasons why a runner hurts after running. The more obvious ones include training errors, repetitive stress syndromes, lactic acid retention, improper shoe wear, and anatomical conditions. What about age, though? Continue reading “Masters and Beyond”
by Charmaine Broughton
If you’ve resolved to eat more fruits and vegetables, this is the salad for you. It tastes amazing and takes minutes to prepare. Mix any leftovers with chopped grilled chicken or salmon for a nutritious brown-bag lunch.
Continue reading “Rainbow Winter Salad”
by Kelsey Davidson
Lately I’ve seen many articles and social media posts talking about moving forward, and how you should “never look back.” I’m here to rebel against that mentality, and suggest that looking back can be a good thing.
Your life may have sped up to an uncontrollable pace, to the point where you find yourself asking: “What did I do yesterday?” You’ve been fed the message that slowing down, pausing or looking back will hinder your success. But it’s exactly the opposite. That’s why I’m asking you to look back. Continue reading “It’s Okay to Look Back”
by Ben-Zion Caspi
Twenty years ago, approaching half-century age, living a completely sedentary life style, and having hard time climbing stairs, a decision was made: my way of life had to change dramatically.
I needed a goal and made a hefty one: to run a marathon at the age of 50. Continue reading “Me, an Athlete?”
by Andrew Liu
Running is beautiful in its simplicity. All you need is a decent pair of shoes and some simple athletic clothing, and you can run anywhere, anytime, and at any pace. No need to pay a team fee, buy expensive equipment, or sign up for any private clubs. Continue reading “Man Versus Nature”
by Tara Postnikoff
Sugar comes in many forms and goes by many names (see sidebar). We know there is sugar in sweets, desserts,baked goods, syrups and sodas. However, there are also products that contain unexpected added sugar, such as cereal, yogurt, canned fruits and vegetables, sauces and soups.
Continue reading “How can I check the sugar content of the foods I’m buying?”
For some, the idea of treadmill running conjures up expectations of monotony and boredom—but that doesn’t have to be the case. As with any run, a positive experience starts with a bit of planning, some knowledge of the logistics and a sense ofcommitment. Here are some tips to help you avoid the “dreadmill” effect and get the most out of your treadmill workout. Continue reading “Avoid the “Dreadmill” Effect”
Every year, Running Room helps to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for various charities across the nation. Here are some of the recipients of our efforts. Continue reading “Community Support”
by Annie Tiffin
Baldish Toor started with the Whitby Running Room in 1999, joining the Learn to Run program primarily to impress a runner she had her eye on dating. She fell in love with him, and after tackling the impossible task and unbearable pain of one minute of running, she fell in love with running. She still detests the first few kilometres of every run, but once she settles in, she can keep putting one foot in front of the other for, as it turns out, a very long time. Continue reading “Baldish Toor / Whitby, ON”