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Running With vs Without Music

No matter the race or running path, you will often see more runners than not wearing headphones. Runners without are known as “purists,” and believe that being aware of your surrounding is an essential part of the sport, but there’s a subculture of runners that couldn’t imagine a run without their motivational playlist. Which is why today we’re focusing on running with vs without music.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Where People Go Wrong With Exercising That Leads To Injuries

It’s always a great step when you decide you want to exercise more in your life. After all, exercise is one of the best ways to keep our body at a healthy weight. It’s recommended that we do at least 20-30 minutes of exercise a day to stay healthy. However, before you rush off and do exercise, you need to ensure you stay safe while exercising. After all, it’s so easy for injuries to occur when you are working out. And if severe, they could affect the rest of your life. Here is where people go wrong with exercising that often leads to injuries.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Bad Weather Workouts To Keep You On Your Toes

When the winter weather gets bad, it can mess up your training schedule. All those marathons and runs planned for Spring can end up being put off for yet another year. Slippery roads, snowy hills, and cold rain can turn your favorite pastime into torture. But don’t be put off. There are plenty of great ways you can keep your body in peak condition, no matter what the weather is like outside with some bad weather workout.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Here’s Why Running Should Be A Core Part Of Training For Any Sport You Love

We all know the importance of staying physically active. Sports are a good way to become more motivated and interested in physical fitness. And they offer a great way to increase your social circle too! Are you serious about your sport? Chances are you have a gym routine that focuses on the muscle groups that you need to develop for that particular sport. Tennis players may spend time on their arm rotations. Basketball players may work on their knee and ankle areas. But did you know that running can offer a lot of hidden extras when it comes to developing your fitness for sport? Which is why running should be a core part of training, no matter what sport you partake in.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Sweat Is A Part Of Exercise – Essential Tips For Dealing With It

Some things are a part of life that we don’t like to talk about in polite company. They’re nothing terrible; just apart of being a human that we all know we experience, but would rather keep under wraps.

When it comes to exercise, when we talk about it with friends, we talk about endorphins. We talk about workout regimes, what weights we’re lifting and what gym equipment we use. Very rarely do we discuss the other aspects, and we almost never discuss the most prevalent of all: the fact that sweat is a part of exercise.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Thrilling Exercise Classes You Need To Try (It Doesn’t Have To Be Boring!)

When anyone says the word ‘exercise,’ a lot of us end up groaning. But it’s such as an essential part of our daily life to keep us healthy and fit. We must try and do at least 30 minutes a day if you want to maintain a healthy weight. However, research has found only 48% of adults in the USA are getting enough exercise to make a difference to their health. A lot of people are put off as they feel it’s boring and hard work. However, not all exercise has to be like this. There are so many fun classes you can attend which will work your body while having a great time. Here are some thrilling exercise classes you need to try, that will not leave you feeling bored!

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Take Back Control Of Your Health Starting Now

It’s no secret that living a healthy lifestyle is hard work. From morning workouts to eating the right foods, you need to put in a lot of time and effort. Unfortunately, many people shy away from taking care of their health because they aren’t willing to do this. It’s easy to make excuses and opt for the more convenient but often less healthy options. But eating well and exercising regularly can easily fit into even the busiest of schedules. You just need to know how. So if you’re tired of your unhealthy lifestyle and want to regain control, here are some simple ideas to help take back control of your health.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

Guest Post : Choosing the Right Gear For Runners

Back at it again with another guest post. This one has been in the works for a while, but it’s been worth it. Buying the right gear no matter your choice of exercise is important, but today we’re focusing on runners. If you’re wearing the improper clothes and/or shoes, a lot of things can happen. Chafing, blisters, and with improper shoes, a thousand things could happen. However, this little guide by Samantha should make choosing the right gear for runners pretty easy.

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Samantha Olivier
 has a B.S. in nutrition and has spent two years working as a personal trainer. Since then, she has embarked on a mission to conquer the blogosphere. When not in the gym or on the track, you can find her on Twitter at or in a tea shop.

Guest Post: 4 Simple Steps to Spring Cleaning Inside Out

Hey lovelies, Happy Friday! Now, I don’t know if you noticed or not, and it would’ve been hard not to, but yesterday was Cinco de Mayo. Despite the fact that my family doesn’t celebrate the 5th of May, I know many of you probably do. Which is why I’m excited to have Sophia guest post today and talk about simple steps to spring cleaning inside out… and depending on how much you drank yesterday for Cinco de Mayo, you might need to do this sooner rather than later.

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Sophia Smith is Australian based fashion, beauty and lifestyle blogger. She is very passionate about organic beauty products, yoga, and healthy lifestyle. Sophia writes mostly in beauty and lifestyle related topics, mainly through blogs and articles. She is a regular contributor to High Style Life.

Why I Didn’t Exercise For a Month

In the event, you think you misread the title, or I messed up when typing it… the title is correct, I went an entire month without exercising. Not because I was injured, not because I was dealing with any ailments, not because I was sick. I did it on my terms. Now before you call a psychiatrist, let me explain. I spent most of 2015 injured, and I just needed a small break, but I learned something from my break. That despite not working out, it made me a better runner. Here’s the full story as to why I didn’t exercise for a month.

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Ally Gonzales is the creator of RunningSoleGirl. The go-to place for everything healthy lifestyle and conditioning for running. She’s a runner, speaks a total of five languages, and is a soon-to-be college freshman majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

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