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The Runners Bond
Aug 26, 2012 Ξ 1 comment

The Runners Bond

posted by Jennifer Perrault

Social media is everywhere! I am slowly coming to terms with this. Today I even bit the bullet and signed up for twitter (@jen_perrault). As I creep facebook and sign  Full Article »

Training

Runners and Yogaphobia
Aug 24, 2012 Ξ 3 comments

Runners and Yogaphobia

posted by Alice Toyonaga

I’ve heard every excuse in the book. When I talk about yoga to runners who haven’t tried yoga (or have and had bad experiences), I am not surprised to find  Full Article »

Training

Leave the Headphones at Home
Aug 22, 2012 Ξ 1 comment

Leave the Headphones at Home

posted by Marie Walsh

In this world of technology we live in, it isn’t too often that we desire to unplug ourselves from the stressfulness of everyday life, and when we do so it  Full Article »

Injury Prevention

The Runner’s Grieving Process: Accepting Cross Training When Injured
Aug 16, 2012 Ξ 2 comments

The Runner’s Grieving Process: Accepting Cross Training When Injured

posted by Marie Walsh

My doctor looked at me strictly,“You have to take some time off from running.” Those words stabbed me like a knife to the heart. Overcome with emotion I sat, head  Full Article »

News

Even the Best Have A Hard Time Getting Out the Door
Aug 9, 2012 Ξ Leave a comment

Even the Best Have A Hard Time Getting Out the Door

posted by Chantelle

This summer elite distance runner Kaitlin Gregg, who runs for New Balance Silicon Valley, nearly clinched her spot in the 10,000 meter race at the 2012 US Olympic Trials after  Full Article »

Training

6 Reasons Why All Runners Should Weight Train
Aug 2, 2012 Ξ Leave a comment

6 Reasons Why All Runners Should Weight Train

posted by Sarah

If you have not added at least one day of strength training to your weekly running routine you are doing yourself a huge disservice. Most runners think that time off  Full Article »

Training

Jul 31, 2012 Ξ Leave a comment

Stop Planning Your Running Routes

posted by Brandon

Spend less time planning your run and more time running. If you typically run 9 minute miles on your recovery runs, leave your Garmin plugged in, don’t go on mapmyrun.com, and simply  Full Article »

Training

Enjoy the Journey to Running Fast
Jul 15, 2012 Ξ Leave a comment

Enjoy the Journey to Running Fast

posted by Jennifer Perrault

I was recently competing at the Canadian Track and Field Olympic Trials in Calgary and had the opportunity to visit Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. Many of Canada’s great runners  Full Article »

Training

A limiting factor to training: Partners who don’t support your goal to get faster
Jul 9, 2012 Ξ 2 comments

A limiting factor to training: Partners who don’t support your goal to get faster

posted by Greg Wieczorek

You’ve recovered from your spring goal race and are highly motivated to begin another season of training towards the next big event this fall.  You’re fit, healthy, and know you  Full Article »

Injury Prevention

Overcome Injury Faster By Being An A+ Patient
Jun 23, 2012 Ξ 1 comment

Overcome Injury Faster By Being An A+ Patient

posted by Greg Wieczorek

Brandon Laan’s recent post 7 ways to improve while injured was of timely relevance to me as I had recently sustained a low-grade Achilles tear and, like many runners who’ve  Full Article »

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