Stress Fractures and their Treatment

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This final installment of a 3 part series excerpted from The Runners Guide to Heatlthy Feet and Ankles focuses on specific stress fractures and their treatment. Part 1: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Stress Fractures in Runners Part 2: Stress Fractures

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Our Valentine’s Day Crush

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Let’s face it. Valentine’s Day is pretty great when you have a passion to share. When asked what it is about our sport they love, the finest, fittest athletes on the planet were not shy about crediting the races, the

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My First True Love

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from Run Happy, Run Fierce Dear Running, I vividly remember the day I fell in love with you. I was 9 years old, I remember the exact baggy t-shirt I was wearing and the basketball shorts I was drowning in.

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Lone Wolf

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from Run Happy, Run Fierce I have always been part of a team. From tee ball through college. A team of women training and racing together creates this unbelievable energy that permeates the group. Crossing the finish line and celebrating

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Episode 2: Cut and Dry

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Growing up, I developed passions for many things, including the two sports I spent my life doing: track and volleyball. At the end of my high school years, I had a very difficult decision to make, and I know I

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Relapse #3

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from Be You, Be Real Relapse is a word that every vasculitis patient fears.  Those are unfortunately the words that my Rheumatologist uttered to me on Monday, February 6th.  After 3 years and 8 months in remission, my immune system

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Recap of Life and Things to Look Forward to

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Check out my latest vlog post for a recap on the last 6 months of my life and some thoughts on the transition to professional running! Please leave a comment for any topics you would like to hear discussed in future updates.

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Gold Medal Secrets: Genetics vs Persistence

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from Gold Medal Strong I’m often amazed at the amount of physical talent go unrecognized each day.  Athletes of all shapes and sizes that have every tool necessary to shatter mediocrity, yet something prevents them from ever recognizing their own

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Letter to 16 Year Old Self About the NCAA Recruiting Process

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from Run Happy, Run Fierce As a former DI runner and now a coach at that level, I have watched hundreds of young women go through the recruiting process. Below is a letter I wrote to my 16 year old

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Track Shorts 2017: Lap 1

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Thus far 2017 has offered us a little bit of everything – trails, roads, cross country and indoor track. And basically, if you put it on the schedule, ABers will be there. Four Peat? Recall that Garrett Heath won the

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