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Technical aspect and Tips for Running

Interval training or interval runs are short, intense efforts of running followed by a longer recovery time. For example, you run at a fast pace for around

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High Flying Guruji - Sanjay Rao

For a beginner, the goal is usually just to cover the maximum distance. Not much thought is given to body posture or performance improvement.

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61 @ 61 Yet miles to go- Rakesh Mehta

61@61 is done; I was not been able to do 60@60 last year and that was always at the back of my mind. Now that 61@61 is done; “The MONKEY IS OF MY BACK”.

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My Running Story - Amod Bhate

Many a times, what starts as a casual fun activity turns into a business activity without even realizing. Running has been one of those stories in my life.

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Tips from a Comrades finisher

Dr. Neelam Vaid, an ENT surgeon by profession, is among the few women runners from India to qualify and finish the Comrades Marathon

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My saviour from downfall - PRBM: Dr Mitali Upadhye

The quote, “Life can only rightly be called so, if it comes with its own set of ups and downs”, aptly sums up my story.

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Self Belief, Dil Se - Samir Chitre

In 2010, I was introduced to a running event called SCMM by my friends from college, Rajesh and Nitya.

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Tips for running the right way - Taru Mateti

When I started running in May 2013, low stamina was not a problem because I was playing badminton and doing aerobics

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Shin splints? Did you get your bums checked? - Dr. Ajit Mapari

Dr. Ajit Mapari is a sports & exercise medicine consultant with more than 15 years of experience,

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Mahendra Gokhale

Mahendra is the founder of MG Sports and Fitness - a company which aims at creating and spreading awareness about sports and fitness in the younger generation.

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Smita – Our very own Wonder Woman

Smita is a mother of two & a grandmother who looks nothing like her age! She's young at heart & is still involved in all the activities she did 20 years ago.

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It's time to OutrunYourself! PRBM is coming this November!

Pune Running Beyond Myself - India's largest running event is back! It's time to #OutrunYourself!

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PRBM 2017 Anthem

Pune Running launches its very own anthem “tu daud”, a fitting tribute to its motto of encouraging the community towards a healthier and fitter lifestyle.

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Manoj Vanjari

For some, age is just a number! At the age of 52, when most of them keep themselves away from heavy physical activities, Manoj Vanjari completed the Ladakh Marathon in 2018, and the BRM, 200 cycling race of 200 km at the age of 51! Manoj’s feat is more than just inspiring.

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Tushar Karhu

You don't know how strong you are unless being strong is the only option left. His running journey started with a FEAR, after he lost his close friend and another friend laid in a hospital for more than 2 months.A fear of living unhealthy/unfit life and as he grew older.

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Kunal Badgujar

Kunal always used to wonder "Why people run long distances?What do they really get apart from pain, sore muscles and injuries?”.

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Shivanand Gokhale

After 45 years of age as usual the health consciousness creeped in. Joined the Gym. Started trekking and on slowly gaining the confidence went on to climb the Pinnacle of Trekking Stok Kangri , 6153 mtrs, a high altitude trek where the Oxygen is only 9% as compared to plains.

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Omkar Bhagavat

Omkar’s running journey started in the year 2015 when he figured he had achieved the major goals that he had set up for him and his family. It got him thinking on what he could do next to challenge himself and become a better human being.

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Amol Deshmukh

Diagnosed with high BP at the tender age of 30, Amol couldn’t believe his ears when the doctor conveyed this news to him. He was always in a state of denial regarding his health and took his body for granted.

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Shubhangi Deshpande

“We are foodie people. My family loves variety of healthy foods.This made me a good cook overtime. However, this turned out to be not-so-healthy for my body. With age, I had gained an excess weight of 20kgs in last 35 years.”

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Apoorva Bansal

A young Apoorva was always a sports aficionado and a passionate runner. As a teenager, she used to regularly run for 5 kms. She was also a hockey player and a strong opponent to a well-known player/actor Sagarika Ghatge (Preeti Sabharwal in ChakDe India)

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Aarav Shewale

Kids teach us more than we can even imagine. They truly give us a hope and an inspiration for a better, cleaner and a fitter tomorrow. As caring parents, Mr. & Mrs. Shewale have ensured that their child, Aarav grows up to be an inspiration for not just his peers, but also to people around the globe.

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Bhavesh Shah

“I started training with Pune Running in 2014 with guidance from Nikhil Shah, my mentor. As a diabetic on medication, I had started walking for 1- 2 miles every evening. The calm of empty roads helped me graduate from walking to running.”..

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Mangesh Ranade

Not everyone is a born marathoner. Like the butterfly they metamorphose into one. This die hard Bruce Lee and Jean-Claude Van Damme fan was one of those...

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Jaidev Kaushik

“ I am thankful to my Pune Running mentors for helping me achieve miles I had never dreamed of. Running has now become an inevitable part of my life.”

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Utkarsh Inamdar

“I used to suffer from mental stress & depression due to high blood pressure and cholesterol. I am thankful to my friend as he inspired and motivated me to run and be fit. When I started off, I didn’t really do it professionally and had a really low stamina. I could only run about 2-3 Kms.”

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Deepak Kachru — A new lease of life

“The first wealth is Health” said Ralph Waldo Emerson. Deepak Kachru, a kind, affectionate person who is eveready to help his fellow runners is a living example of this statement.

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Subhash Ardale

“It’s not that some people have the willpower and some don’t, it’s that some people are ready to change and others are not”

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I love to run but hate the sore muscles post run!

Have you experienced sometimes that the first 10 to 15 minutes of running are extremely difficult? Some days you even feel like giving it up. And after a while the muscles start behaving such that there is no trace of the tired feeling.

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