Chapel Presson, Author at RunBuzz Running | Run Coaching & Strength Training For Runners

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Getting the Most Out of Running in the Fall

It’s that time of year again – the days get shorter, the air is a little cooler, and the leaves start turning a multitude of colors and dropping onto the ground. If you’ve been running all summer, it might seem a little hard to get out there in the colder temperatures and get your training […]

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natural food energy bars recipe

Natural Food Options For Runners: Make Your Own Energy Bars

As runners, we’re always looking for that edge that will help increase performance, enhance stamina, or speed recovery. When it comes to nutrition, we often look to commercially-available products to give us that advantage, because they’re convenient and marketed well. However, we each have our own unique needs and tastes that aren’t always met by […]

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natural power gel recipe for runners

Natural Food Recipe for Runners: Power Gel

  A few posts ago, I shared some of my favorite natural food options for mid-run fueling. In this post, I want to take it a step further and get into what makes one power gel better than another and provide a basic power gel recipe with options to customize it for your own purposes. […]

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spices for better running

Nutrition Tips: Spice It Up For Better Running

Adding spices to your foods not only boosts flavor without adding extra calories but also adds a lot of health benefits from which every runner can take advantage of. These include: antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber.   Here are a few of my favorite spices, along with ideas for incorporating using them as running fuel.   […]

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Important Lessons Learned While Not Running

I’ve spent a lot of time during the last few months not running, either because of injury or recovery from surgery. During these times of rehab and recovery, I’ve learned several crucial lessons that are important for runners. Unfortunately ,a few of them were learned the hard way. I’m still working on “getting” a couple […]

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