John Davis

John Davis

John Davis is a runner, writer, and coach based in the United States. A graduate of Carleton College, he has been writing about running, health, and fitness for over four years. His own website, Running Writings, gives insight into scientifically-based treatments for running injuries and the training programs of top distance runners. His first book, Modern Training and Physiology, was published in 2013. Website: www.runningwritings.com Twitter: @JDruns

Adventure Races You Need To Do Getting started in adventure racing is awfully intimidating. Sure, it sounds awesome on paper, but when you start to seriously consider the prospect of hiking, cycling, kayaking, or snowshoeing your way through the wilderness in a race against time, you can quickly feel overwhelmed.…
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6 must do marathons in africa
A marathon is always 26.2 miles, no matter where you are on Earth, but that's not to say scenery doesn't matter. If you're looking for a bit more adventure to accompany your running endeavors, consider stepping outside the mainstream marathon bubble. There's nothing wrong with the London Marathon, or Berlin,…
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The best bars in Minneapolis
For a night on the town, it’s hard to beat these bars in Minneapolis Minneapolis is one of the most up-and-coming major cities in the United States. Despite—or maybe because of—the cold winters, it’s perennially near the top of lists of the most active cities in the US. Playing host to…
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Mountain Running Races around the world
Head for the hills with these mountain running events Is racing on pavement not quite enough of a challenge anymore? For runners who are looking for something beyond the ordinary, mountain running offer a distinct level of difficulty, plus the reward of views and scenery better than anything you’ll find…
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Best Winter Marathons in the World
Bundle up and hit the roads in these winter marathons Winter weather doesn’t mean your running adventures should go on hiatus. Instead of mothballing your running shoes for six months, sign up for one of these awesome winter marathons and enjoy the cold instead of dreading it. 1. Seattle Marathon…
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Which obstacle run is right for you?
Guide to which obstacle run to do If you've tackled a 5k, half marathon, or other running race and are looking for something a little more unique, odds are you've thought about doing an obstacle run. You're not alone—according to USA Today, an estimated 4.5 million Americans participated in some…
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Copenhagen Marathon one of the Best Marathons In Scandinavia
See the sights of Scandinavia running the best marathons in the region  Whether it’s the warm glow of the midnight sun in the summer or the breathtaking beauty of the aurora borealis, Scandinavia is a region where there still seems to be a little bit of magic around every corner.…
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Don’t miss these awesome spots as you meander through the Windy City The Chicago Marathon is the second-largest marathon in the world, with over 40,000 finishers in a typical year. Chicago (the race) is known for its world-class competition, blazing-fast course, and a course that winds through the heart of…
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Eastern European Marathons Budapest
Eastern Europe is home to some fantastic hidden gems when it comes to European marathons The big city marathon has become such a cultural phenomenon in the West that sometimes it can be hard to get a truly unique experience when you run one. Massive races like the New York…
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