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Running articles

 Running in cemeteries - Our running routes can take us to wondrous places; varied vistas where we can gaze upon a stunning sunset or a dazzling dawn; where we can run through lush foliage or run by bucolic brooks. Or... through a local graveyard. Runners must be unobtrusive as they make their way through a cemetery. Here are some tips.
 Best dogs for runners - Find out which purebred dog breeds are considered excellent for jogging. Even little dogs can be great joggers and there are many, many mixed breeds and hybrid types that would be excellent for running with you.
 Organizer checklist - A quick to-do list before, during and after your running event, to help you simplify the task of being the organizer of a running event.
 Code of conduct for athletics officials - The key role of an Athletics Official is to cooperate with other officials in the provision of fair and equitable conditions for the conduct of athletic events under the relevant rules of competition, thereby offering all participants every opportunity to achieve their own personal goals and aspirations. Here are some basic codes of conduct.
 Fundraising tips for runners - Sometimes running is not just about staying healthy, getting fit or obtaining a personal best - sometimes running is also about raising funds for a specific cause. Fundraising may sound more difficult than running, but in the end is a pretty straightforward process and can even be a lot of fun! Here are some helpful tips on how to raise money for your next charity run.
 Ten reasons to buy a dog backpack - A dog backpack is worth buying and there are plenty of other brands out there to choose from. Here are 10 reasons why runners should buy a backpack for their dog.
 Tips for beginning runners - The most important point to remember for beginners is to start slowly. If you start an intense running regime without a gradual build up, your body will be rebel and you are more likely to suffer from a running injury.
 Tips for women with amenorrhea - Athletic women are generally looked upon as being fit and healthy. But approximately 20% of active women are unhealthy to the point they stop having regular menstrual periods. This condition is called amenorrhea and is similar to menopause. Amenorrhea can also interfere with the ability to conceive easily should the athlete want to start a family.
 Product reviews - Check out out running products review pages for the best unbiased reviews of running and walking shoes, jogging accessories, and more.
 Ultra-pacing - Often, the image that comes to mind when you think of ultrarunning is the lone, dedicated runner covering vast distances, but in reality, most ultrarunners don't cover those great distances alone - they are often accompanied by a pacer. Here is an article about some of the many demands and rewards of ultra-pacing.
 Hiking articles - In this collection of hiking articles you can learn all about hiking basics, skills and techniques, preparations, training, rules and etiquette, gear and equipment.
 Running shoes injuries - A recent American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society online survey of over 1,200 runners found that almost two thirds had injuries that they related to their shoes; however, these injuries did not appear to be linked to how much the runners paid for their shoes or whether or not they used an inserted orthotic device.
 Are you a sedentary runner? - Imagine this: a lean, fit runner who trains hard, eats heartily, and does not fret about getting fat. While this image holds true for some runners, it seems far from reality for others.
 Patron saints of shoemakers - A patron saint is a saint who is regarded as the intercessor and advocate in heaven of a nation, place, craft, activity, class, or person. Patron saints, because they have already transcended to the metaphysical, are able to intercede effectively for the needs of their special charges. Here is a list of patron saints of shoemakers runners could refer to when asking for an intercession.
 Motivation for jogging - Jogging is an interesting and rewarding physical activity but it could also be boring. There are many joggers who quit simply out of boredom. These joggers who quit claim that they do not find any excitement in the activity anymore as they do it the same time every day and they cover the same area. It is true because any repetitive activity will become boring unless we inject something new and exciting into it.


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