Episode 3: Change on the Horizon

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Choosing a college to attend was one of the biggest decisions of my life… but choosing to transfer away was even bigger. It turned out to be the best choice I could have made for my career.   Click below

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My “Bread & Butter” Workout

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from Neely Runs I had to look this phrase up because Bread and Butter is certainly not a staple in our house, but you know what is??? Progression Long Runs. The art of a Progression run is honed over time,

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Being Mentally Prepared

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as originally posted by Cocoa Elite Mental Preparation: So much thought and planning goes into designing workouts, mapping out racing seasons, and making sure to get every last mile in. Creating a training plan is an essential part of reaching

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Raising Healthy Eaters

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from Ryan and Sara Hall When I envisioned myself as a mom before becoming one, I never thought I’d be one of those bone-broth-making super-healthy moms that takes away the hard-collected Halloween candy or brings in rice cakes to class

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Ultra Debut: Chuckanut 50k

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from The Journey of a Thousand Miles Since Krissy Moehl moved back to Bellingham she has become a dear friend of mine. Over the course of the past year, I have heard of the excitement building for the 25th anniversary

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Embracing the Daily Grind

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from Run Happy, Run Fierce My alarm goes off at 6:15am and the very last thing I want to do is get out of bed and battle the cold temps for a 90 minute run on Monday morning and that 45 minute

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Hamstring Syndrome Surgery-A Runner’s 4-Year Struggle with Injury

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from Giving the Glory For the last four years I’ve struggled with chronic high-hamstring pain. After trying endless treatments with no avail, I finally came across a condition known as “hamstring syndrome;” a chronic form of high hamstring tendinopathy that occurs when scar

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First Pancake- Caumsett 50km National Road Championship

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from Devon’s Blog “Beyond the mountains there are more mountains”- Haitian proverb I’ve written a lot of blog post beginnings over the last 3 months time since my last post. But they have never really resonated with me enough, or

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Another Comeback

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from Amy and Jesse So, I’m coming off the injury train. Again. Eight weeks after my foot healed, I woke up with bad adductor pain that took me off the roads for three more. As to be expected, I’m kind

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Track Shorts 2017: Lap 3

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While ABers picked up some gold at last weekend’s USATF Indoor Championships, the dominant colors were silver and bronze. By my count, the tally was four gold, eight silver and eight bronze. Beyond the medals though, ABers were a significant

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