Chelsea’s Chat: Confessions of a Runner

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as originally posted on Addaday Hi, my name is Chelsea and I’m a runner. Running is my passion. Running is my job. Running is my life. I’m obsessed with the idea of personal improvement through running. I fell in love

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Lessons of the Pink Mohawk

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from Devon Yanko’s Blog I have a pink mohawk. It is pretty fun. Before I got it, I thought about it for a long time. Wasn’t it too drastic, what if I didn’t like it, what if it didn’t turn

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Recovery: Tools of the Trade

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from Peace Love & Water Barriers This year, I have had a little more time then I used to. While perhaps that has meant an increase in milage by about 5%, what the extra time has really been critical for

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The Marathon is Over. Now What? My Recovery from the Trials and 3 Lessons Learned

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With the Boston Marathon over and done with, nearly all of the personal race reports I’ve read have been somewhere on the scale of deflated to disappointed. From what I could tell, the crowds were as great as ever, but

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Eating Disorders and Running – my thoughts on why it happens and what we can do

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In honor of the end of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, I decided to share some thoughts on eating disorders in our sport, as well as my story about my own relationship with food, running, and finding a happy balance.

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The Road to Recovery

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from Giving the Glory   It’s been a long road here and there’s a long road ahead. Two and a half years ago I started having pain near my hamstring. I trained through it, did therapy for it, rested it, and

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