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The right running shoes can make all the difference for a runner. Shoes are designed for different body types, but also different events and levels of running experience. Check out the research Coach Megan has done so you can find the perfect running shoes for your next race or run.
Active recovery describes lower intensity activity after performing a hard workout or race. This can range from an easy run or cool down, to various forms of cross-training. By maintaining a heart rate above your resting heart rate, active recovery facilitates restoration by increasing blood flow and decreasing muscle waste products.
I was moving to an area that was 7,000 ft. in elevation. How would this affect my training? How long would it take my body to adjust? These were questions I found myself asking and although I knew eventually the altitude would benefit my training, I was unsure what the adjustment period would look like.
After hitting the qualifying mark at the 2019 Bank of America Chicago Marathon (2:41:13) in October 2019, I took about a week off before beginning my training block leading up to the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials.