The Race


By Jessica Oberlies It begins in a stampede. Hundreds of legs propelling forward, fresh And up for the challenge. The potent scent Of gasoline as the golf cart accelerates, faster than it was made for, Zooming along the uneven ground, struggling to stay ahead of the Power-hungry runners. The

Train, Don’t Strain


By Smruti Shah Have you ever admired the form and technique of the elite endurance athlete as they close in on the finish line? Famed coach/runner Arthur Lydiard would tell you these athletes train, don’t strain. Clinically, most of the endurance athlete injuries I see are rooted in improper

Grilled Summer Ratatouille


By Sheri Branson One of my favorite dishes to make this time of year is ratatouille. Served either warm or cold, it reminds me of the warm summer sun of Provence. Local Farmer’s Markets are loaded with everything I need for this classic summer dish. Grilling the vegetables takes