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RUNNING – My New Reason to Run: Prepping for a War Zone

By Dana Ayers I’ve learned it’s important to have a little stockpile of reasons to go for a run just sitting around in case of emergency. I can pull from those on days when my brain asks “Why are we ...

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RUNNING – Running into Motherhood: Olympic-trained Athlete Discovers Newfound Joy as a Mom

Sarah Brown of Warrenton, Virginia, started running when she was 12 years old. Last year, at age 29, she trained for and competed in the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials. Earlier in the year, she was also training for ...

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SWIMMING – A Reason to Swim

<Photos Credited to Julie Berry> By Dana MacCorquodale Have you ever wanted something so badly that you were willing to give up sleep to achieve your goal? TIDE Swimming’s very own Lauren Breuer is exactly that kind of athlete! A ...

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NUTRITION – Pre/Post Workout Nutrition for Runners

By Kirstie Linza, MS Dietetic Intern and Ashley Acornley, MS, RD, LDN What are you running on? Trails? Roads? Treadmills? Most importantly, are you running on the proper nutrition? Whether you are going for a long run or short jog, ...

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SPOTLIGHT – I Lost 20 Pounds!

By Romaine Waller Turning 50 this year, I decided that I had to do something different to get fit. I had been trying to follow along with various workout videos. I wasn’t motivated to stick with them as the people ...

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SUSTAINABILITY OF YOU – Run for Your Health

While better health may be one of your motivators for running, it could be benefitting you in more ways than you realize. If you occasionally lack motivation to lace up those sneakers for yet another long run, remind yourself of ...

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RUNNING – Why I Run | Rebekah Barricklow

By Rebekah Barricklow I started running early in life with my mom. She was extremely active when I was growing up and encouraged us to participate with her. We grew up joining in 5Ks, watching her in triathlons, and competing ...

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CYCLING – Why I Ride | Robert Bickerstaffe

By Robert Bickerstaffe “Write an article on why you ride, just 500 words, should be easy” I was asked. Initially I believed it would be easy too. The usual answer of keeping fit sprung to mind, or maybe helping my ...

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NUTRITION – How to Fuel for Your Best 5K and 10K Running Race

By Chris Newport With all the time you dedicate to running, hydration and a nutritious diet of real food is paramount to drive performance. However, fueling strategies are very individualized, differ based on race distance and should be tested prior ...

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RUNNING – Why I Run | Ann Stuntz

By Ann Stuntz, aka Rebekah Barricklow’s mom I am a baby boomer and a running-boom baby. I started running a little bit in college after giving up basketball due to an injury. But it wasn’t until Bill Rodgers, Frank Shorter, ...

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