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The best time to stretch

By   /  October 12, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

Tweet The best time to stretch is after the body is warmed up, relaxed, and when the blood is moving. Since many runners do stretch incorrectly, it’s best to wait and stretch after warming up. Don’t stretch to warm the muscles up; it won’t work. Stretch in the evening, for example, or throughout the day [...]

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Train your stomach for the race

By   /  September 7, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

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Tweet Just as you must train your legs to go the distanced, your digestive system must be fine-tuned to deliver the nutrients under the stress of long runs. In this process, you’ll steadily eliminate (or adjust the intake of) foods that produce negative effects. You want to get into a routine, knowing exactly what to [...]

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Tahoe: The ideal running week

By   /  August 9, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

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Tweet For 36 years I’ve looked forward to July because that means going to our running retreat in Squaw Valley, CA with wonderful trails runs and hikes. But the best part is the people. Half are old friends, and the others become new friends. This is a peak experience for runners. First, the weather is [...]

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Weekend in Missoula

By   /  July 18, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

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Tweet We had a great weekend in Missoula, Montana almost exactly 40 years since my first visit. As I drove Northeast from Oregon in 1971, full of competitive goals, ready to run with a group of Olympic prospects selected by the US Olympic Committee, Missoula seemed exotic and remote. During that hot summer I discovered [...]

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How can I run fast in the marathon when my training pace is so slow?

By   /  July 11, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

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Tweet Answered by guest blogger Chris Twiggs, National Training Program Director for Jeff Galloway Productions The answer is a 3-part process that has been used by hundred of thousands of runners to reach their goals in a marathon, half-marathon, or other distance event.

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Peachtree 2011: the first shall be last

By   /  July 3, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

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Tweet One of the unique achievements of which I am very proud is…being the first person to cross the finish line in the Peachtree Road Race in 1970. This year, 2011, the race officials have given me a special number that has an “X” on it, placing me at the end of the 60,000 runners. [...]

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Memorial Day

By   /  May 28, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

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Tweet Memorial Day will be very special to me this year.  I will be running through the town where my father served in the Navy and where I started running, about 53 years ago. In 1956-1958 Lt Commander Elliott Galloway was stationed at US Naval Station Green Cove Springs, FL, and our family lived on [...]

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New Galloway App

By   /  May 7, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

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Tweet My latest app has just been released: Jeff Galloway’s Ultimate 10K App! This app has music interwoven into my coaching.  The lolofit folks have a number of unique elements including matching the beat of the music with the pace of each element in the workout. Please share with your friends. Enjoy every mile! – [...]

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This weekend I’m giving clinics and running in the BIG SUR International Marathon.

By   /  May 3, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

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Tweet This weekend I’m giving clinics and running in the BIG SUR International Marathon.  I’ve found no more beautiful marathon course, and the staff is so friendly and helpful.  Yes it is a hilly course, but thousands have told me that by taking more frequent walk breaks up the hills, they ran as fast or [...]

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What to do on the very tough or fast ones

By   /  May 1, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

Tweet Almost every exerciser has at least one tough workout every month. Whether it occurs during a tour around the block or during a 23-miler or speed session, here are my tricks for continuing:

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