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The Power of Running To Inspire: Linda Taylor

Linda Taylor, 43, discusses her running power as part of Fleet Feet Sports' The Power of Running To Inspire series.

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The Power of Running To Inspire: Kerrie Kuczinski

Kerri Kuczinski, 49, discusses her running power as part of Fleet Feet Sports' The Power of Running To Inspire series.

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The Power of Running To Inspire: Roger Weismiller

Roger Weismiller from St. Louis, Mo., discusses his running power as part of Fleet Feet Sports' The Power of Running To Inspire series.

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The Power of Running To Inspire: John & Sarah Wilson

John and Sarah Wilson from Portland, Oregon, discusses their running powers as part of Fleet Feet Sports' The Power of Running To Inspire series.

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The Power of Running To Inspire: Rachel Thummel

Rachel Thummel, 27, from Goose Creek, South Carolina, discusses her running power as part of Fleet Feet Sports' The Power of Running To Inspire series.

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The Power of Running To Inspire: Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner, 52, from Jacksonville, Arkansas, discusses his running power as part of Fleet Feet Sports' The Power of Running To Inspire series.

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Clearing Up Carb Confusion

As a runner 60% of your daily calories should come from high quality carbs. They're the most efficient fuel that the body can quickly absorb, and process for energy. When you have carbs on board, you'll be better positioned to get the maximum possible calorie burn from your workout, and take your fitness to the next level.

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Avoid GI Distress

If you have stomach trouble on the run, you're not alone. Studies suggest that up to half of all runners have this trouble too. Here are some steps you can take to bulletproof your stomach for your next run.

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Common Injury Prevention Mistakes

It may sound ludicrous but it's true: there are many ways that runners commonly create new injuries in the process of trying to prevent or rehab them. Some runners end up with new strains and pains because they take to PT the same dedication that pushed them to a new PR. Here are some common injury-prevention mistakes and how to avoid them.

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Beat The Heat

Summer can be a pretty humbling season for most runners. When the mercury soars, even an easy pace can feel tough. And a maintaining a fast pace can feel impossible. It's important not to take the heat personally; when temperatures rise, your body has to work harder to move the muscles, because it's trying to keep you cool at the same time.

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