Healing Food for the Hungry Runner

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Food is fuel. As runner, you must think about your body's rebound at the cellular level. What you and I eat during training matters. You may or may not be focused on calories, but you all should be taking advantage of the opportunity to fuel your body for nutritional value and benefits.

Cancelled Races: Enduring Perspectives

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Race cancelled or postponed? All the work and preparation you've dedicated doesn't get to be realized in a race this season, but we are hoping you can find enduring perspectives.

Runners and Imposter Syndrome

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It doesn’t matter the level. Many runners feel imposter syndrome. It’s a sneaky form of self doubt. Here are actionable ways to move toward self-assurance.

Some Days are Harder than Others: WHAT to do?

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Just because some days are hard doesn't mean we can't do something about it. Here's a list of actionable steps to manage harder days for runners.

Some Days are Harder than Others: WHY?

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Why are some days harder than others? For runners, it's a long list of possible reasons, so we dive into some of the most common and break them down.

5 Things Every Runner Needs to Stop Now

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5 things every runner needs to stop... now! Forward motion is strategic. There are things holding us back that we need to stop.

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'!).

Pre-race Routines and Prep

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What do you do to ensure that all the hard work of training pays off on race day? Here are some of our key routines to make it every race count.

A Well-oiled Machine: Training Guide part 3

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You're a running machine. Consequently, you need to be caring for that machine in a few key, fundamental ways: fuel, rest, and hydration. ...