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Hey friends! Did you miss me? (Don’t answer that.) My life has gotten a little crazy between working, moving, grad schooling and eating cupcakes (just kidding on the last one!), but I’m back again! I want to share a really … Continue reading
You might have heard about the study released recently claiming that running just 5 minutes a day can limit your chances of sudden death. The Journal of the American College of Cardiology released the findings of a database kept at Cooper … Continue reading
I recently started training for my second 5K and was reminded after a few runs around the neighborhood about the things that bug me the most. The flushed look I get bright red in the face when I run. It … Continue reading
I mostly wanted to write this post so I could share adorable photos of my 3-year-old terrier mix, Tito. My husband and I adopted this little guy from the Lancaster County SPCA a little more than a month ago and … Continue reading
The temps are rising in York, PA. And because of this it’s even more important to stay hydrated while working out. Make sure you drink water before you start your exercise routine, during and after. If you are thirsty that … Continue reading
Tricia Slagel, Wellness Committee chairperson with PeoplesBank, helped guide several employees through a Couch to 5K program that led to the completion of a race this past weekend. This was the second year that employees participated in the program, Slagel … Continue reading
I run a major media company based in York, PA. Before this I had a key role in a corporate office in Denver. I’ve led the charge to create digital offerings at some of the largest publishing companies in the … Continue reading
On Saturday, June 28, York Habitat supporters will drop their hammers and don their running shoes to help local, lower-income families realize their dreams of home ownership! This year marks the 11th anniversary of York Habitat’s annual 5K, presented by WellSpan Sports Medicine, … Continue reading
Hello! I’m currently in Utah, attending a blogger retreat, and loving life. I’ve been given the clearance by my physical therapist to try whatever exercises they have there (of which there will be many!) and to stop if it hurts. … Continue reading
By Melissa Dribben The Philadelphia Inquirer (MCT) Neutral? Minimalist? Stability? Motion control? Cushioned heel? Confused? Of course you are. Well, sports medicine specialists have good news. Stop worrying about fallen arches, overpronation and putting your feet on a paleolithic regimen.