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Stay hydrated when exercising

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

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PeoplesBank employees get moving in Couch to 5K program

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

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Girls on the Run seeks volunteers to empower young women

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

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York Habitat for Humanity plans for 11th annual 5K

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

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Just Try! (The Color Run 2014)

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

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When it comes to running shoes, comfort rules

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.

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Keeping up with a workout routine

I ran my first 5K a little more than a week ago. It was the first step for me in finding a fitness routine. I had never been one to exercise consistently and it was tough to find an avenue … Continue reading

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Still Feeling Like A Runner When You’re Injured

Hi all! As I talked about last week, I’m currently nursing a knee diagnosis of “Acute CMP” – a fancy term for inflamed cartilage under the kneecap. I’m currently rocking it out at Physical Therapy, doing my exercises at home … Continue reading

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Foot Power: York County’s Marathon Man approaching more feet feats

In this week’s Foot Power column, we check in with York County’s Marathon Man Clay Shaw, who recently completed lifetime marathons No. 184 and 185, and who’s on his way to finishing a second marathon in all 50 states.

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No Sweat, Literally: One down, a few more to go

I was feeling pretty good about myself, but I felt even better when I walked into Tara Neff’s office Tuesday afternoon and proudly told her I accomplished the task she set before me. My first week of 5K training is … Continue reading

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