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Submit Home & Garden Press Release (EMAILWIRE.COM, April 13, 2012 ) Salt Lake City, UT -- Running can be great recreational activity anybody can enjoy. It helps boost energy, improve blood circulation and ward off sickness. However, a lot of people arenít running the right way. Some runners are using the wrong techniques that donít help them maximize their full potential in running. runtothebrink.com is a new website that provides techniques and other information that will help motivate runners to reach their full potential in running.
ďWhen it comes to running, there is more to it than just running your first mile,Ē said Adam, a local runner from Houston, Texas. ďI have been running since college and I never miss to run every day. Whether it is raining, I always train myself to run and beat my 5k personal record. Before, I never knew that I was using the wrong techniques in running. With the help of the techniques I found in RuntotheBrink.com, I was able to beat my personal 5k record.Ē
According to RuntotheBrink.com: "If you will be running your first mile, you need to know the basics of running. When it comes to running your first mile of the race, you have to run at least 6% faster than your usual pace. It is believed that runners who jacked up their pace for the first mile finishes 32 seconds faster when they started at their average mile pace. But like all physical activities, you need to determine your maximum heart rate especially when you are running your first mile."
RuntotheBrink.com is a website that provides information and techniques that will help runners become faster, reach their potential, their limits and get healthy.
Runtothebrink.com is owned and developed by Thatcher Olson. He started this blog due to his love for running. He started running since he was eight years old and he has run at many levels with USATF club teams, continuing on through High School and College. With this website, he hopes to bring this blog to bring all the latest running news together in one place, from stories about runners to the latest research. Check out the website here http://runtothebrink.com/
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