Mackenzie Lobby Havey

Mackenzie Lobby Havey

Journalista and Content Creator

Mackenzie Lobby Havey is a freelance journalist contributing to TheAtlantic.com, Outside Online, Runner's World, espn.com, Triathlete, Men's Health, SELF, Women's Running & the like MLobby@gmail.com

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Runner's World

Train Your Brain | Runner's World

Train Your Brain | Runner's World

Solinsky compression 200 article
Runner's World

Compression Gear: Hype of Helpful?

For over 50 years, compression garments have been used in the medical field to improve symptoms related to diabetes, edema (swelling) and vein disorders, among others. Like so much of what is used in the fitness field, such as resistance tubing and resistance balls, compression garments have made the jump...

Mindovermatter article
Runner's World

Mind Over Matter

We’ve all heard the old adage about running being 90% mental. Turns out it might be true, and scientifically proven to boot. Tim Noakes, M.D., author of Lore of Running, has long argued that it is the brain that allows or limits endurance performance rather than the body....

Practice races 0 article
Runner's World

Run Rehearsal Races to Nail Your Next Goal | Runner's World

Run Rehearsal Races to Nail Your Next Goal | Runner...

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Runner's World

NUTRITION // | Running Times

NUTRITION // | Running Times

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Runner's World

The Bliss List | Runner's World

The Bliss List | Runner's World

Runner's World

Mackenzie Lobby

Mackenzie Lobby. Recent Articles. RW October 2013 · How to Deal with Prerace Anxiety. Stay calm and confident when your mind is filled with nerves. RW April ......

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Runner's World

Dynamic Stretching Better Before Training and Racing

Jimmy Fallon once said, "Don't keep reaching for the stars because you'll just look like an idiot stretching that way for no reason." Turns out he may be right. New research indicates that the flexibility that is a by-product of pre-run static stretching may be a biomechanical factor that hurts...

Runner's World

Why Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness is a Good Thing

Jan 18, 2011 ... ... got it, I'll protect you.' It's actually a beautiful thing.” Mackenzie Lobby is a freelance journalist, coach and runner based in Minneapolis, Minn....

Runner's World

How Strength Training Benefits Runners

“Strength training is an important component in most professional sports. In distance running, however, we’re in the stone ages,” says Luke Carlson, CEO of Discover Strength and strength coach for many of the elite runners of Team USA Minnesota. Carlson believes that too many distance runners leave certain performance variables...

Pressedfortime article
Runner's World

Pressed for Time?

For the competitive runner, daily runs are not simply a means to an end; without them, normal sleeping, eating, socializing, and working patterns can suffer. You depend on the daily run, not only to log PRs, but also to help maintain a precious balance in life....

Runner's World

Feeling Fatigued?

When Olympian Blake Russell finds herself feeling progressively fatigued on a training run with each step more labored than the last, she knows what is wrong right away: Her iron levels are low. After ending many seasons through high school and college burned out and exhausted with no apparent cause,...

Maxking xterra article
Runner's World

The King of All Surfaces Hopes to Three-peat at Trail Run World Champs

He is referred to as the “man of all surfaces.” Max King competed in the steeplechase in the Olympic trials, ran for the U.S. at the world cross country championships, placed in the top 20 at the World Mountain Running Championships and ran a 2:15 road marathon. In 2010 alone,...

Kneepain 200 article
Runner's World

Getting the (IT) Band Back Together

You may have more in common with Jean Claude Van Damme than you think.The "Muscles from Brussels" once joked, "I admit, I do have a very nice butt. Some say my career was built on it." Indeed, the posterior also serves as the physiological foundation for all successful running careers....

Runner's World

Ankle Sprains: An Uphill Battle

It has been estimated that around 25,000 ankle sprains occur daily in the United States. It is by far the most common athletic injury around. While this isn't much of a concern for runners hitting the pavement, off-road terrain puts trail runners at an inherently higher risk for ankle sprains....