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Lost Your Motivation to Train? Endurance Blues? You’re Not Alone: Part 2

(Part 2 or 2) In Part 1 of our blog post yesterday, we discussed reasons why sometimes you lose your motivation to train and gave...

Lost Your Motivation to Train? Endurance Blues? You’re Not Alone: Part 1

(Part 1 of 2) You've been so focused for months, maybe even years with your endurance training - waking up early, eating right, hitting your...

An Empty Nester’s Perspective | Training Balance for Endurance Athletes

Guest Blog: Kimberly Mac Namee I'm an Empty Nester School is back in session…a time that I used to look forward to not only getting the...

Balancing Life with Running

Guest Blog: Susan Loken I was recently reminded of the importance of remaining flexible with our training schedules, in order to balance the many priorities...

Endurance Athletes: Your Glory Days Can Be Now!

Although there are many non-runners out there who think all of us runners will have bad knees if we keep running, this has never...

Family Time and Training Time

When you're training for an important endurance event and you have a family, it can get downright challenging when trying to balance your family...

The Right Training Partner – You May Be Surprised

What's the Ideal Training Partner? Me to someone in the running community I know: We should run sometime soon. Running community person's usual response: Oh, no!...

Save Tenths of Miles Like Loose Change – You’ll Still Run Your Weekly Miles

If I were going to generalize about the Type-A-ness of runners versus cyclists versus triathletes, I'd say that runners, on the whole, are the most...

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