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9 May, 2016

Watch the Jordan River Marathon Course

By | 2017-10-24T17:52:55+00:00 May 9, 2016|Jordan River Marathon, Marathons|0 Comments

Watch the entire marathon route for the Jordan River Marathon. The marathon footage is broken into four parts. Part 1 is from the start line to mile 6. Part 2 is from mile 7 to mile 12. Part 3 is from mile 13 to mile 19. Part 4 is from mile 20 to mile 26.2. The Jordan River Marathon begins downtown Salt Lake City and winds along the [...]

14 April, 2016

Watch the Salt Lake City Marathon Course

By | 2017-10-24T17:52:55+00:00 April 14, 2016|Salt Lake City Marathon|0 Comments

Watch the entire marathon route for the Salt Lake City Marathon. The marathon footage is broken into four parts. Part 1 is from the start line to mile 6. Part 2 is from mile 7 to mile 12. Part 3 is from mile 13 to mile 19. Part 4 is from mile 20 to mile 26.2. The Salt Lake City Marathon begins at the University [...]

10 April, 2016

Marathon Courses Coming Your Way!

By | 2017-10-24T17:52:55+00:00 April 10, 2016|Marathons, West Mountain Marathon|0 Comments

It's finally April and the weather is starting to cooperate for filming new running courses. 2015 was all about filming relay races. We will still continue to update our current relay races, but this year we are also going to add marathons.  We got out this week and filmed the new West Mountain Marathon. This is a beautiful course that starts in Genola and goes around [...]

21 January, 2016

Foam Rolling and how it can help runners!

By | 2017-10-24T17:52:55+00:00 January 21, 2016|Foam Rolling, Running|0 Comments

As runners, we all get aches and pains. One time during marathon training, I though that I had hurt my achilles tendon, but I was actually suffering from a knotted calf muscle. Of course, I didn't know this at the time, but ran into the solution by accident. I had just started doing the P90X 2 workouts and I was introduced to foam rolling. As [...]

16 January, 2016

Learn how to run more efficient through your gait cycle!

By | 2017-10-24T17:52:57+00:00 January 16, 2016|Cadence, Gait Cycle, Running|0 Comments

As runners, we are always looking for ways to improve. What if you could run at the same speed or faster, but using less energy? This is possible by analyzing your running gait cycle and cadence. Our running gait consists of a biomechanical process. This is a fancy term for describing the cycle our hips, legs, knees and feet go through as we run. By [...]

11 January, 2016

How to deal with gas and bloating while running

By | 2017-10-24T17:52:57+00:00 January 11, 2016|Gas and Bloating, Running|0 Comments

I hate gas and bloating while running. (OK, I hate it while not running too. lol) If you've never experienced it, count yourself as one of the few lucky runners out there!  I recently went for a six mile run. The first three miles felt great, but as I entered the fourth mile my lower abdomen started to feel really tight and I could tell [...]