Sleep.

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from Traci Falbo | UltraRunner What ONE thing can improve your health, weight, sex life, and memory? Sleep. Everyone knows they should sleep more and it would be better for them, but so many people cut sleep first when they

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Happy Birthday Jordan!

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Wishing Jordan Scott a very Happy Birthday from everyone at AthleteBiz! Get to know Jordan Event: Pole Vault Unmistakable Style: While vaulting for Kansas, Jordan began to dye his hair for each competition, and has been doing it ever since You’ve

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Happy Birthday Amanda!

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Wishing Amanda Bingson a very Happy Birthday from everyone at AthleteBiz! Get to know Amanda Event: Hammer Flipping for Records: Amanda holds the American Record for the Hammer (75.73m) which she set at the 2013 USATF Outdoor Championships; wowing the crowd further,

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Stealth Expectations

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No matter how much I prepare myself for the morning after, there’s always a moment of regret when I wake up. It has happened after every marathon I’ve ever raced – no matter how well or how poorly it went.

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Fueled By Love

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from Pickle on the Run At the Sacramento Olympic Trials post-marathon after-party at the City Tavern in Los Angeles, I made a confession.  Originally a stranger I had admired in the running world, and now a dear friend, Kaitlin Gregg

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DNF…Defeated Not Finished

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from Run Happy, Run Fierce There is no way to sugar coat the truth-Saturday was brutal and heartbreaking.  I went into the Olympic Trials with very lofty goals but one of those was to finish the race…it never crossed my

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Happy Birthday Whitney!

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From everyone at AthleteBiz, wishing Whitney Ashley a very Happy Birthday! Get to know Whitney: Event: Discus Top the Charts: Whitney finished 2015 with the best discus performance for female USA throwers which was good enough for top 10 in the

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2016 US Olympic Marathon Trials

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from Tyler Pennel Running Not knowing where to start, I guess I’ll just get right to the middle of the race around mile 15, and the point of the race everyone probably wants me to talk about. Up until that

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Big Apple Dreamin’ in the Twin Cities

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from Rob Molke For the last year-and-half since graduating Syracuse University, I’ve been fortunate to call my home New York City–the City of Dreams. The fast paced, high energy lifestyle engulfed by the world’s most impressive skyline has taught me to

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Appreciating “Flaws”

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from B Team Running Everybody has at least one. One change they want to make to their body in order to feel better about themselves. Even the most confident of persons has one. No one is immune to that nagging

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