Running Wild: Where will you be on April 21, 2014?

Running Wild: Where will you be on April 21, 2014?

On Monday, tens of thousands will congregate in Hopkinton, Mass at the starting line of the Boston...

Run for Your Life: Running’s Not All About Distance! Focus on Strength, Speed, and Form

Run for Your Life: Running’s Not All About Distance! Focus on Strength, Speed, and Form

Confession: Right now, I’m not training for a race. Why? The ones that are local to me happen...

The Running High: 5 Reasons to Get Pumped for Competitive Running

The Running High: 5 Reasons to Get Pumped for Competitive Running

Competitive running is cool.  That is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. ...

Running Wild: Long Run Packing List

Running Wild: Long Run Packing List

Running a marathon is easy. Training for a marathon is the hard part. The hardest part? Long...

Run for Your Life: The Search is Over – Fitmark Bags Review

Run for Your Life: The Search is Over – Fitmark Bags Review

Hello again! Happy Tuesday. Are you picky? There are several things in life that I am very...

The Running High: A List of Running MUST READS

The Running High: A List of Running MUST READS

The sport of running is littered with literature. Training books, novels, biographies, non-fiction,...

Running Wild: How Not To Be a Morning Runner

Running Wild: How Not To Be a Morning Runner

There are some people who can set their alarms for 5:15, 5:00, or 4:30 AM, roll out of bed, and...

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Running Wild: Where will you be on April 21, 2014?

By Kate McElroy

April 16, 2014
Running Wild: Where will you be on April 21, 2014?

On Monday, tens of thousands will congregate in Hopkinton, Mass at the starting line of the Boston Marathon. It’s the 118th running of the race and the energy surrounding the race is palpable. Turn on the Today Show or hop on Twitter and we are...

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Run for Your Life: Running’s Not All About Distance! Focus on Strength, Speed, and Form

By Ruthie Gerstenblatt

April 15, 2014
Run for Your Life: Running’s Not All About Distance! Focus on Strength, Speed, and Form

Confession: Right now, I’m not training for a race. Why? The ones that are local to me happen to be when I am out of town, and traveling for a race really isn’t in my budget right now. My next for certain half? September. But, so often...

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The Running High: 5 Reasons to Get Pumped for Competitive Running

By Nick Hilton

April 10, 2014
The Running High: 5 Reasons to Get Pumped for Competitive Running

Competitive running is cool.  That is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.  Regardless of what non-fans may say, watching ladies and gentlemen run their guts out in an attempt to cross the line first is just freaking cool. And...

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Running Wild: Long Run Packing List

By Kate McElroy

April 9, 2014
Running Wild: Long Run Packing List

Running a marathon is easy. Training for a marathon is the hard part. The hardest part? Long (really long) training runs. Confidence building? Soul crushing? Sleep depriving? Whatever they are, long, slow runs are pretty much mandatory and part of...

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Run for Your Life: The Search is Over – Fitmark Bags Review

By Ruthie Gerstenblatt

April 8, 2014
Run for Your Life: The Search is Over – Fitmark Bags Review

Hello again! Happy Tuesday. Are you picky? There are several things in life that I am very particular about: 1. Travel coffee mugs 2. Travel water bottles 3. Gym bags I’m not sure why, I was just made that way. It’s to the point that I...

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The Running High: A List of Running MUST READS

By Nick Hilton

April 3, 2014
The Running High: A List of Running MUST READS

The sport of running is littered with literature. Training books, novels, biographies, non-fiction, nutrition tips, and on and on and on. It can be tough to wade through the tons of tomes out there, So let me do some of the heavy lifting; here are...

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Running Wild: How Not To Be a Morning Runner

By Kate McElroy

April 2, 2014
Running Wild: How Not To Be a Morning Runner

There are some people who can set their alarms for 5:15, 5:00, or 4:30 AM, roll out of bed, and throw on their gear. Maybe a quick cup of coffee and a half banana are hastily enjoyed and they head out the door. They get home, get their kids ready...

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Run for Your Life: Avoid Runner’s Envy, Be Your Own Best Competition

By Ruthie Gerstenblatt

April 1, 2014
Run for Your Life: Avoid Runner’s Envy, Be Your Own Best Competition

Hello again! Happy April! With spring race season in full effect, it seems like the running world is abuzz with energy! With that comes a lot of action on social media. How many of you look at a fellow runner’s mileage or pace Instagram,...

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The Running High: A History of Corruption and Controversy Part II

By Nick Hilton

March 27, 2014
The Running High: A History of Corruption and Controversy Part II

When looking back at the history of our sport, I came across one event, one detail that seems to have shaped our sport domestically more than any other event in recent history. You always hear about athletes like Steve Prefontaine and Frank Shorter...

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