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Tales from the Trail: The Sign Shifter (cont’d from December 2016)

By Joe Nuss CRASH! A bolt of lighting struck by the lake and so shook me that I stopped in my tracks and then when I tried to start up running once more, I tripped over a root and nearly ...

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RUNNING – Commit to Strength Training

By Dana Ayers When I trained for my first marathon, I used cycling as my cross training activity of choice. However, cycling is still a cardio activity. What I lacked – and what I assume many runners and triathletes may ...

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RUNNING – Tips For Avoiding Running Injuries

One athlete’s journey to the NYC Marathon In addition to traditional marathons, color runs and obstacle course races are attracting an increasing number of novice runners. In the U.S., over 19 million people complete organized running events each year. As a result, ...

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RUNNING – Psycho Runner

By Joe Philpott We runners tend to worry about lots of stuff. We worry about pretty much everything. Did we run far enough? Will missing two days with the flu cost me in that race two months from now? My hip hurts. What if ...

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RUNNING – Tales from the Trail: The Sign Shifter

By Joe Nuss I usually don’t recover from a run with a glass of wine but, after tonight’s run, a trail run no less, believe me, a glass of wine is warranted. In fact, it wasn’t until I started on ...

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RUNNING – Cold-Weather Running: What You Need to Know

By Joscelyne Hauserman For some, the idea of running in cold weather can be daunting. Others may enjoy the idea— seeing it as a great time to earn a new PR or let off steam (literally). Whether you fall into ...

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RUNNING – Triplet Mom and Military Spouse Attempts Marathon Record

Trey Goodwin, an active duty Army Captain working as a staff officer for the 4th Military Information Support Group (Airborne) on Ft. Bragg, left for Afghanistan on the day his wife Suzy had an ultrasound that revealed 3 babies. The pregnancy ...

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RUNNING – Being Slow in the U.S. Military

By Dana Ayers I make no secret of the fact that I’m a slow runner. I like to say I’m built for endurance, not speed. I can keep going, at least for 26 miles (there are records! I can prove ...

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RUNNING – Autumn: the Best Season for Running

By Joscelyne Hauserman Ah, fall— the time of year where the kids are back in school, the temperatures are dropping, and the smell of pumpkin spice can be found almost anywhere you go. Summer excitement has wound down, fall sports ...

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RUNNING – Running for Resilience!

By Vickie Leff, LCSW Resilience: an individual’s ability to properly adapt to stress and adversity. Resilience seems to be all the buzz in the work world. There is information and studies about the importance of resilience, not only for your ...

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