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Category Archives: Running
TweetI am not a super fast runner, but every now and then I manage to place in my age group in a smaller race. I know this only means that the fast people my age had better stuff to do … Continue reading
One high school wrestling team used the event to break its workout monotony.
TweetIf you have ever read my posts before, you may have deduced that I’m a serious nerd when it comes to running. (You’re very cleaver). I like the gadgets, I track things, I make lists. Probably the nerdiest thing I … Continue reading
TweetI almost always run by myself. Lack of runner friends who live nearby, a weird schedule, irrational fear of slowing other runners down, and frequent need to run high miles for training makes me a neon loner. Generally, I like … Continue reading
Wellness Wrap 11/15/13: New cholesterol screening guidelines; Amy Robach’s revelation; Running and beer
TweetThe weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news. Share your thoughts and links in a comment or email email@example.com. Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Big cholesterol news: On Tuesday, the American Heart Association and … Continue reading
TweetLittle kids love to mimic their parents. And what better behavior to mimic than exercise? Since taking up running a few years ago, my racing partner’s two oldest children have each joined their elementary school’s running club. This past weekend … Continue reading
TweetI love a good marathon. The super long runs leading up to it, endless planning, sense of accomplishment, and the big fat shiny medal, these are the things that drive me. But I’d be lying if I said there weren’t … Continue reading
TweetLike any (crazy) runner, in the weeks leading up to my marathon I was even more germaphobic than usual. A flu shot was demanded. Back-up bottles of hand sanitizer were bought for my car and office. Coughing co-workers were kept … Continue reading
TweetThe weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news. Share your thoughts and links in a comment or email firstname.lastname@example.org. National Health Education Week: The awareness initiative wraps today. This year’s theme is “The Role of Health … Continue reading