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The Ten Laws of Injury Prevention

Follow these time-tested principles and you’ll spend more time on the roads—and less in rehab. (From Amby Burfoot | January 29, 2010 Runner’s World) In the mid-1970s, Runner’s World medical editor George Sheehan, M.D., confirmed that he was hardly the only runner beset by injuries: A poll of the magazine’s readers revealed that 60 percent […]

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The question I am probably asked most about what I do is, “why?”.  “Why run a marathon?”, “Why is your training for a marathon?”, “Why not a 5k?  a 1/2 marathon?”, “Why do you keep running?”.  Such big questions for me and, quite honestly, they are personal questions.  It is personal because I run for […]

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After Run Morning Meal

I got up at 4:55 this morning and met some men 10 years my junior for a 4 mile run. Well... they did 5 miles. I peeled off at 4 miles because of the pace. After getting home and showered up, it was time to eat my favorite post run breakfast meal. A 3 egg … Read Full Article


Removing Can’t…

How often do you utter the words "I can't"?  When we begin our training season, turning couch potatoes into marathoners, we give a list of reasons to train for and run a marathon.  One of those reasons is to remove "I can't" from your vocabulary.  Ever since I … Read Full Article


First Steps in Nutrition

There is much to be said on the subject of diet and nutrition. All sorts of information can be found about which way is the best way to fuel your body. Whether you are wanting to improve your diet while you train for a marathon or you are wanting change your … Read Full Article