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Roaming Runners: 5 Tips for Training While Traveling

I get the travel bug every six months, without fail. It’s a severe condition with a myriad of symptoms, and it begins with hours of wide-eyed browsing on National Geographic’s … Continue Reading →


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Goal Setting for New Runners

Being a beginner at running is awesome. Maybe that statement is confusing to you. It might not feel awesome all the time… it comes with struggles, setbacks, and a whole … Continue Reading →


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“Top the GM” Challenge presented by Plus3 Network

Plus3 is challenging network participants to outrun Joe. That’s right – beat the Running Warehouse GM to win free prizes! The contest goes through September, with winners determined on a … Continue Reading →


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Running With a Bump: Words of Wisdom from Running Moms

I do not know what it feels like to be pregnant, and I plan on that statement holding true for at least a few more years. But I have listened … Continue Reading →


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A Beginner’s Guide to Running

Getting into the world of running can be intimidating. There can be pressures to run a certain speed, use a certain form, or train for a certain distance. The learning … Continue Reading →


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Roadblocks and Remedies: Tips for Distance Running

Some people choose to eat pancakes on Saturday. You choose to run for 3 hours (…and then eat pancakes). You are a distance runner. You pound out your five, eight … Continue Reading →


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8 Tips for Becoming a Morning Runner

In my last post, I talked about some reasons why I am a morning runner. But you should know, it wasn’t always that way. I used to be a night … Continue Reading →


5 Reasons to Start Running (and Continue Running)

It almost goes without saying that it is socially expected for you to create a New Year’s resolution. Of course, there are always the cynics who pledge to eat more … Continue Reading →


2015 Resolutions: To Keep or Not To Keep?

It has been said that an examination of history serves as a map by which one can see the patterns of the future. And I don’t know about you, but … Continue Reading →


Running Alone or Running with Others

Running is like shopping. Not because it is socially acceptable to run down the aisles of your local Costco at a 7 minute pace (although a small percentage of you … Continue Reading →


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