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. ...

The Rule for Recovery (and the LPGA 5k recap!)

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Admittedly, the first thing I think when someone says “I’m training for a marathon but want to jump in this 5k. What should I do to prepare?” is not helpful. Because my first thought is: DON’T.

Running in Rhythm

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As I age in the sport of running, one of the more important developments for my training has become the sense of rhythm I feel while running...

Goals are Fragile. Make Objectives to Last.

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If we can expect anything in life, it’s setbacks. Injury will come. Tragedy will happen. Goals are fragile. Make objectives to last.

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.

Reflections on Postpartum Running

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By: Andi Ripley ME:“Holy crap, I just grew and delivered a human child.” “What the heck, kid? Why don’t you sleep more than 2 hours at a time?” “Is poop supposed to look like that?” GOOGLE: Yes. DOCTOR: Yes. ME:“I am…

Have Fun on a Treadmill? Yes. It’s Possible.

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Here are some tips and a fun treadmill workout to help you enjoy indoor running! Check out atozrunning.com for running tips and more!