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Caitlin is a student and an occasional blogger. She is especially interested in nutrition, fitness, and well-being related topics. When she is not studying, Caitlin is researching and writing.

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Singapore
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6 Ways to Get Better at Running While You Can’t Run

6 Ways to Get Better at Running While You Can’t Run

We’ve all been there. Whether it’s an injury, the weather, or our periodization, there have been times when we simply can’t (or really shouldn’t) run. And they’re likely to roll…

What Every Runner Should Know About Macro and Micronutrients

What Every Runner Should Know About Macro and Micronutrients

Runners need to fuel their runs with quality nutrients in order to level up their PBs and take on the next track. We already knew that. The trickier questions pertain…

Calories-in, Calories-out: Are You Eating Enough to Run Properly?

Calories-in, Calories-out: Are You Eating Enough to Run Properly?

There’s no shortage of advice for athletes (runners included) who want to take control of their nutrition. And that’s to be expected. After all, food plays a crucial role in…

Improve Your Running Stamina in 2021: 5 Hacks Backed by the Latest Scientific Studies

Improve Your Running Stamina in 2021: 5 Hacks Backed by the Latest Scientific Studies

What are your fitness goals for 2021? Are you planning on going from couch to 10k? Perhaps running your first half-marathon? Or are you looking to improve your running stamina?…

Nutrition and Wellbeing During Quarantine: It’s OK to Eat More and be Less Active

Nutrition and Wellbeing During Quarantine: Is it OK to Eat More and Be Less Active?

In a very short period, the Coronavirus pandemic has completely changed the way we lead our lives. With social distancing measures being prescribed by most governments, the things we once…

What Every Runner Should Know About Joint Vitamins and Supplements

What Every Runner Should Know About Joint Vitamins and Supplements

No matter how far or for how long you run, your joints play a vital role in helping you get from point A to point B. Taking care of them…

Step By Step: How to Start Your Running Journey When Overweight or Obese

Step By Step: How to Start Your Running Journey When Overweight or Obese

Feeling comfortable in your skin doesn’t mean having the perfect weight or being able to pull off your high school pair of skinny jeans. First and foremost, it means being…

Running and Autoimmune Disease: Can You Manage to Make it Work?

Running and Autoimmune Disease: Can You Manage to Make it Work?

There is a sense of undeniable joy related to running. In fact, you can argue that joy is intrinsically connected to running, since there is a deeply-rooted part of our…

Tips for Female Runners: How to Look After Your Hormones While Training Hard

Tips for Female Runners: How to Look After Your Hormones While Training Hard

What is the difference between you and the man running next to you? No, I am not talking about the level of fitness or women being the “weaker sex”. I…