Running Camps…Are they really beneficial?

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Running Camps…Are the really beneficial? Icespike set out to find the real answer and tips from a range of athletes. Here is what they had to say: “Consider spending a few days with experts who can help you perfect your running form, assist you with goal setting, provide you with tools to become more confident […]

Great Running Camps in the Colorado Mountains!

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Looking to challenge your body and inspire your soul? Icespike found Active at Altitude Running camps do just that! Each camp includes a well rounded approach to entertain all running desires.   Check out these great features: Active at Altitude is delighted to announce the 6th year of our series of running and conditioning camps […]

Cross Training Tips from Dane Rauschenberg

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Please meet one of the most experienced runners around- Dane Rauschenberg! Dane Rauschenberg made his mark on the running world as the man who ran 52 marathons in 52 consecutive weekends. As an extreme athlete who has also run a 202-mile relay solo and completed a 350-mile run up the coast of Oregon, he doesn’t […]

Icespike keeps Tom and his parents safe outside

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Our driveway is about 600 feet long and quite steep. In the winter whenit is snow covered, I use Icespikes on my sneakers to gain traction while I clear the drivway w/ our track-model snowblower. Before Icespikes I and the snowblower would often be in a sometimes controlled/uncontrolled slide as I headed down the hill. […]

Great Icespike tips from Pam

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I mainly use my Icespikes for my daily runs on the roads in my hilly NH neighborhood. I have two pairs of running shoes with spikes mounted and 2 pairs without so I am always ready to go no matter what the road conditions. I am training for the Boston Marathon and like to do […]

Icespike recommends: Great running books

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How To Regain and Maintain Your Competitive Edge as a Masters Runner by Blaine Moore We cover topics such as how to motivate yourself to get out the door, how to plan your year from season to season, maintaining a high level of performance on low mileage, the differences in training and recovery through your […]