Posts Tagged ‘ runners world ’

What Would Betty Do Logo Training: Of Treadmills, Drool and Potential

Sometimes, all you can do is drool. I first read about the¬†UCSF Human Performance Center last year in Runner’s World as I sat on the couch with my broken foot propped up on the ottoman. For a science geek, it sounded incredibly cool: using actual performance testing to determine what I should be capable of […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Betty Says: Fastinistas

Ooh, we get right into the controversy this week: Hi Betty, Did you catch the comments on the Fastinistas article in RW? WTF? What’s your take on the angry women in the comments? – Baffled in Boston Hi Baffled, If you didn’t catch this month’s Runner’s World magazine (what, you don’t read it religiously?), there […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo The Finish Line is Right Around the Corner

On Monday, I ran the annual 4th of July 5K in a neighboring town. It’s a great run for me, a nice, fast course. The problem is that a) it’s 4th of July and ridiculously hot, and b) the final straightaway heads directly into the blazing sun, which feels at least 10x hotter than when […] Read More