Debbie Voiles

Debbie Voiles

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Sometimes in extreme emotions, we find new strength, direction, determination.

Sometimes in extreme emotions, we find new strength, direction, determination.

Great advice.

Dean Karnazes is a running beast! Began his career on his birthday by running 30 miles in gardening shoes and too much tequila. He hasn't stopped running since.

MojoforRunning.com's all-time favorite video for explaining the principles of running form. Here Dr. Mark Cucuzella explains the physics of good running form. Be sure you watch until the end because one of my favorite parts is at the end when he demonstrates how forward motion continues when you strike with midfoot but a braking effect is produced by a heel strike.

Principles of Natural Running with Dr. Mark CucuzzellaWhat is a natural running form? Natural running is running the way we were naturally intended to run--easily, efficiently and injury free.

Biking is such good cross training for running that if you are running, say 6 or 7 days a week, your running performance might well improve by switching one of those days to biking; however, don't try to replace your long run. Replace one of your easy run days with your bike ride or even replace a hard day with a bike ride, but in that case the bike ride should include greater intensity.

Biking is such good cross training for running that if you are running, say 6 or 7 days a week, your running performance might well improve by switching one of those days to biking; however, don't try to replace your long run. Replace one of your easy run days with your bike ride or even replace a hard day with a bike ride, but in that case the bike ride should include greater intensity.

This is probably MojoforRunning.com's favorite electronic device. I love using the metronome to work on running form by improving cadence. Remember, ideal cadence is approximately 180 food strikes per minute at any pace.

This is probably MojoforRunning.com's favorite electronic device. I love using the metronome to work on running form by improving cadence. Remember, ideal cadence is approximately 180 food strikes per minute at any pace.

RunTampa.com group run at Flatwoods Wilderness Park in December, 2012.

RunTampa.com group run at Flatwoods Wilderness Park in December, 2012.

RunTampa.com group run at Patriot's Park on a beautiful morning.

RunTampa.com group run at Patriot's Park on a beautiful morning.

MojoforRunning.com reads Competitor magazine. Look for the article in the December (southeast region) about Run Tampa on pg. 64.

Don't want to stand in the cold to watch the ball drop or fight for space on the dance floor at a club this New Years Eve?

MojoforRunning.com loves Ben Greenfield's site and his podcast. Packed with useful information about nutrition, particularly as it applies to athletes.

The 5 Essential Elements of An Endurance Training Program That Most Athletes Neglect: Part 1 – Strength