The Road to the California International Marathon

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Kaitlin Gregg Goodman has run two marathons – the California International Marathon (CIM) in 2014 and the Olympic Trials Marathon in 2016. She walked away from the Trials heartbroken, devastated, and physically and mentally exhausted from the 26.2 mile death

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How to Bounce Back from a Bad Race

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from Running Joyfully You know those races – the ones that leave you bummed, disappointed, a little sad, and hungry for more. We’ve all had them. Whether it’s a 5k or a marathon that’s left your running heart broken, a

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Joining the rabbit team!

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from Running Joyfully Well, the cat, er rabbit, is out of the bag! I’m thrilled to share that I’ve signed with rabbit, a running apparel company based out of my home state of California. I am so excited to join

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Race Recaps: Gate River Run and Cooper River Bridge Run

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from Running Joyfully My spring season kicked off with two road races, the Gate River Run in Jacksonville, Florida in mid-March, and the Cooper River Bridge Run in Charleston, South Carolina on April 1. The common denominator in these two

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Farewell to February

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from Running Joyfully How is it already March? Man, February just flew by, which means that track season is just around the corner! I’ve been putting in the miles the past two months (more than ever outside of marathon training!),

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7 Nutrition Tips for 2017

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from Running Joyfully It’s the start of 2017, so ’tis the season for New Year’s Resolutions. New Year, New You, right? I don’t usually set resolutions myself, but as I’m turning 30 later this month (eek!) and approaching a new

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2016: Measured in Miles

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from Running Joyfully As the famous song from Rent goes, we measure a year in daylights, in sunsets, in midnights and cups of coffee… in inches, in miles, in laughter, in strife. And of course love! As I measure 2016,

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Giving Thanks

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from Running Joyfully When I was racing in Finland this summer, I finished a run overlooking a large lake. There was water everywhere – in the big expanse before me, at my feet in the puddles I’d tried to avoid

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Olympic Trials Recap – Reflecting on Eugene

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from Running Joyfully There’s nothing like a nasty case of bronchitis to sideline you from running and make you nostalgic for healthier, faster days. I’ve been couch-bound for a week with a nasty cough (thank you asthma and inherited bad lungs!),

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Breaking the Tape

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from Running Joyfully In professional distance running, a win does not always equal a victory. Only 1 person can cross the finish line first, meaning that there is just a single victor, a lone champion. So if you define success

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