Runner Quirks (because that’s what we do!)

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If you're a runner, you have runner quirks. The question is simply whether you keep them a secret or wear them like a merit badge. We thought it would be fun to examine the runner quirks that define us and share some examples (ours and others'!).

Getting more from your races

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Racing is probably the most curious thing about running. From absurd event ideas to barely-sane race-day rituals, runners jump through all manner of hoops in the name of racing. ... (read more on the blog)

Fitness: A Family Event

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Training doesn’t have to take away from family life! As promised in our previous post, this article will outline some very practical ways that we balance life and fitness with small children. ... (keep reading on the blog)

The Balance: Life & Fitness

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No matter who you are or why you're busy, you’re not alone if you struggle to fit in fitness. Balance is hard work. ...

Finding and Building Community

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Who is part of the running community? Sure, it’s the runners themselves, but it’s also more. So much more! ...

Running in the Raw: The Truth about Running

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I love coffee. I love chocolate. I love running. In these and anything else we love, there is tension. We all learn at some point too much of a good thing...

Why Spectate a Road Race?

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Here’s to enjoying race day excitement without having to hobble down the stairs the next morning. (Sign me up, right?) I know it’s inconvenient rising early in the morning and sorting out schedules and driving and parking and such.…

Leave The Stroller at Home- Running Groups for Parents

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A GUIDE TO FORM YOUR OWN RUNNING GROUP By: Andi Ripley Don’t get me wrong- I love my running stroller. The feeling of barreling down the trail with the double-wide in full sail, boys singing along to Disney show tunes- it’s great!…

Finding Running Partners

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A pack of wolves is always stronger than the lone wolf. Even if you love to be alone, I highly encourage you to venture out of your comfort zone and find running buddies. Running partners can improve the overall running experience by enhancing runs socially, adding accountability, and challenging us.