Caffeine, Booze, and Running

Caffeine, Booze, and Running By By Kelly Heatly Many of us imbibe as part of our daily lives, coffee to start the day, maybe wine or beer to wind down.…

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Your Brain on Running

Your Brain on Running By Krystal Lopez With so many races getting cancelled or being turned into a virtual event, and running groups being split apart by social distancing, many…

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4 Running and Fitness Books to Your Library

4 Running and Fitness Books to Your Library By Araceli Hintermeister Source: Penguin Random HouseSlowing Down to Run Faster: A Sense-able Approach to MovementBy Edward Yu (2020)Long time fitness blogger,…

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Running Terms You Need to Know

Running Terms You Need to Know If you are participating in a DRC Training Program, here are the running terms you need to know. Base/Easy/Long Purpose: Build aerobic endurance by…

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Distance Program Philosophy

Distance Program Philosophy There are many ways to train for a marathon, half marathon, 15k, 10k etc.  Our training program utilizes methods which can not only train a person to…

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7 Most Common Injuries Explained

7 Most Common Injuries Explained Sources: Gross, M.L., Davlin, L.B., Evanski, P.M. (1991) “Effectiveness of orthotic shoe inserts in the long distance runner.”  American Journal of Sports Medicine 19, 409-412.…

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Cross Training: Just Do It

Cross Training: Just Do It Cross training is a must for any training program. Adopt these tips for a better race! Cross TrainingTo a runner, cross training means doing exercise…

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