If you are looking to participate in your first Crim run or walk this year, congratulations! The road to the Crim will come with hardship and challenges, but it will end with the amazing feeling of accomplishment when you cross the finish line and see all your hard work finally pay off.
Whether you are in the official Crim Training program or training on your own, we’ve compiled a list of ten tips that cover everything from shoes to nutrition to help those training to run or walk their first Crim race get the most out of their experience.
The best shoes to buy are the ones that best fit your feet [Read More…]
Request a gait analysis from a specialty running store to determine your foot type when trying on shoes [Read More…]
Get more out of your shoes with an insole based on your arch type [Read More…]
A good pair of performance running socks keep your feet dry, comfortable, and greatly reduce the chance of blisters [Read More…]
Use compression socks or sleeves to keep your calves from cramping in the race, and afterwards for a faster recovery [Read More…]
You get what you pay for, so don’t be fooled by cheap copycat running clothes [Read More…]
Running clothes should do more than just cover your body; they should help you to perform your best [Read More…]
Prevent chafing before it happens with the proper running tech wear and anti-chafe cream [Read More…]
Proper race and training nutrition can help improve your performance [Read More…]
Make sure you properly hydrate before, during, and after your run to get the most out of your workout and save yourself from cramping and dehydration [Read More…]
If you enjoyed these tips be sure to check the Complete Runner Blog, where many more running and walking tips like these are published each month.