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  • Carbs, yes!

    Raise your hand if you are afraid of carbs? This past month we’ve been focusing on nutrition and the questions about carbs came in by the loaf full. Let’s dig deep into this macronutrient with the help of our amazing friend and nutrition coach Jordan Langhough.  
  • The Best Snow Day Cross-Training

    It’s starting to feel like spring but March is one of the snowiest months here in Colorado. When the snow falls it can be hard to lace up and head out into the cold. For those without a treadmill, Nordic skiing is a great way to train your muscles on days the snow is just too deep but you still want to get outside for some cardio. 



  • The Runner’s Nutrition Guide

    Running and eating go hand in hand and as March is National Nutrition Month we teamed up with our good friend and nutrition coach Jordan Langhoughto dig a little deeper into forming a healthier relationship with food and debunking the junk information out there about nutrition. 



  • 5 Tools for Better Recovery

    Science has shown time and again that rest and recovery are crucial in our overall training and having a rest day is just as important as any workout day is. Here are some of our favorite things to do to help assist us on your rest and recovery days. You can thank us later!
  • 5 Valentine's Day Gifts for Runners

    Loving a runner is something truly special. When you love a runner you are choosing to become a part of a cheer squad and you know you are often in it for the long run. Pun intended. Whether you love a runner or you are both runners, these gifts will fill up everyone’s cup. 

  • Running for the Hills

    Training on hills has its perks for sure. Think of hill running as speed work in disguise. Taking your training to the hills can make you a faster more efficient runner, and while it not only helps toughen your body it helps toughen the mind. 
  • The Best Winter Running Gear

    Every season has its gear and this is the gear you need to make winter the most runderful time of the year. 

  • The Best Tips for Winter Running

    Winter is here and as snow is falling across the country, even in Arizona this week, we put together some of our favorite cold weather running tips to keep you warm and safe this season. 
  • Tips For Running With Your Dog

    If you know us, you know we love running with our dogs. Our dogs have become the unofficial mascots of bRUNch Running over the years. Running with your dog is a great way to exercise your dog, yourself and as a way to bond. 
  • How To Foam Roll

    Foam rolling can help produce similar effects of massage therapy (for a fraction of the cost we might add).  It can help increase circulation and blood flow in your body and aid in the muscle recovery process. It can help with posture and breaking up scar tissue. 
  • The Best Post-Run Meals

    Look for a dish with carbs and proteins. We repeat, carbs and protein. This could be a sandwich, burrito bowl, egg scramble, omelets, stir fry and fajitas, just to name a few. Feel free to indulge a bit. French Toast for example is an excellent source of protein and carbs! Pile on the berries!
  • To Eat Or Not To Eat Before Your Morning Run

    The morning runner is up with the sun. They slip into their spandex. Lace up their shoes and head out the door. Some might drink a glass of water, a cup of coffee or some electrolytes but should you eat before your morning run? 

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