Making Changes to Maintain Gains

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from Kortney Ross on Instagram Here’s a little insight for y’all on my past 4 years of becoming/ being an elite athlete. I’ll start this by telling you this, I compete at 154. My first year out of college my

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Where I’ve Been

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from Mary Cain on Instagram Hey everybody! I want to open up a bit about where I’ve been. These past couple of years I have been caught in an injury cycle – caught in that constant push to get back

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Where is Spring?

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by Samantha Bluske from Run Happy, Run Fierce I don’t know about you but let me tell ya….I am over winter.  I’ve been dreaming of running in shorts and a sports bra for far too many days.  It is March

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The Other Side of Training

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by Hannah Fields from Hannah’s Instagram This was taken by Nick Hall after I struggled to finish one 400 at mile pace. I feel convicted to post something while being in the middle of a storm because I think too

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BizBuzz: Gabe’s First Athlete, Jasmin Sets Her Eyes on the Prize, & Maria Keeps You Fueled Right

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Make sure to check back in regularly to catch up to all the latest News and Buzz from the athletes on AthleteBiz and beyond. The  icon means you can find this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes  Gabe Grunewald is coaching

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So You Had a Rough Day?

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by Samantha Bluske from Run Happy, Run Fierce No matter what level you are training at, there has probably been a point in time where you have had a few weeks of great training—you’re hitting workouts, long runs and you

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BizBuzz: November 20, 2017

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…but don’t stop here, much more to read below! Make sure to check back in regularly to catch up to all the latest News and Buzz from the athletes on AthleteBiz and beyond. The  icon means you can find this athlete

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The Coffee Taper 2.0

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from Neely Runs Utilizing the Benefit of Caffeine in Training and Racing There is just something about the promise of a hot cup of coffee that helps me get out of bed in the morning. If nothing less, the smell

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Imperfections Refine. They Do Not Define.

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I used to define success as the ability to have a perfect workout or race– in my mind that that meant hitting under pace or running a PR. I used to think that being dropped by training partners meant for

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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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