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Injured and Impatient: My Calf Pain and What I Learned

Posted on May 13, 2015 in Run Life


Nothing has made me more frustrated than what is going on with the calf muscle of my right leg. What is going on exactly? Pain. Pain is going on. And it goes on, and on, and on. I’m new to the world of running, and new to the world of running-related injuries, so if you […]

Debate: Red Light Rest or Run in Place

Posted on April 17, 2015 in Run Life


Hello. My name is Rachel, and I run in place at stoplights. Yes, I’m that runner. And before you roll your eyes too far back into your head or start making assumptions about my running experience (or lack thereof), you should know that I’ve taken a careful look at both sides of the grand debate, […]

5 Benefits of Sufficient Sleep

Posted on March 13, 2015 in Uncategorized

Sleepy Kitty

The relationship we have with sleep changes throughout our lives. From our childhood days when we resented our daily naps and threw a temper tantrum at the suggestion of bedtime, to our teenage years of rebellion with late nights and late mornings, to our college years of up-all-night study sessions and parties that distracted us […]


Too Much Rest: Training Reversibility

Posted on December 26, 2012 in Training

Train, race, rest, repeat. You know the drill, and as a runner you know what a huge impact rest can have on your performance. The tricky part is finding the balance between not enough rest and too much. Not enough rest will leave you mentally and physically fatigued, which can result in injury or burnout. […]

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