Running Resources

SparkleSkirts® are more than just the best athletic skirt. They are more than just anti-ride running shorts with amazing pockets. They're a family, a Sisterhood, a movement of fun, functional fitness fashion.

To help you on your fitness journey, here are some of SparkleSkirts®' favorite running resources!

Everything Runners Need to Know: Runner's World

Whether you need advice on which running shoes are the best, what to eat before and after a long training run, or how to prevent chafing with your running sports bra, Runner's World is your one-stop resource guide.

 

Check out the bountiful runner's resources today: http://www.runnersworld.com/


Train for a 5k

Injury prevention tips, motivation, training plans. It's all here. Another great resource for those who are just starting their fitness journey.
Get started:  http://trainfora5k.com

 


  



Train Without Injury: Jeff Galloway Intervals

The SparkleSkirts crew are big Jeff Galloway fans! Jeff is a former US Olympian who has motivated millions of runners and walkers to achieve and exceed their fitness goals. He has worked with over 200,000 average people in training for specific goals and is the inventor of the Galloway Run Walk Run method. Jeff is an inspirational speaker to over 200 running and fitness sessions each year.

His innovative ideas have opened up the possibility of running and completing a marathon to almost everyone. Philosophically, Jeff believes that we were all designed to run and walk, and he keeps finding ways to bring more people into the positive world of exercise. We are such big Galloway fans, we even have a Jeff Galloway running collection dedicated to him and his lovely wife Barbara!

Take your fitness journey to new heights today! Check out Jeff's online resources. 


Hal Higdon Training Programs

8k? 10k? 15k? Triathlon training? No problem! Hal Higdon Training Programs has you covered. Grab an app for your smartphone to keep you on track and check out the other resources from the writer who has contributed to Runner's World for longer than any other writer (an article by him having appeared in that publication's second issue in 1966). An author of more than three dozen books, including the best-selling Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide, Hal has lots of great tips and tricks, as well as training plans for runners of all skill sets. Check it out: http://halhigdon.com/