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Training for Cross Country by Tim W. Patient Expert Posted Wed 13 May 2009 10:00pm I am not the one training for Cross Country, but someone I care a lot about is..... and it really makes me happy and proud.  Payton, my soon to be high-schooler, daughter has decided she wants to run Cross Country in high school. Payton will be a freshman this coming school year at Brookwood High School, and they are already starting to tra ... Read on »
Summer training week 1 by Picky Runner Facebook Posted Sun 16 Jun 2013 12:10am So this may be my only “summer training” update for awhile. I’m not sure what running will look like this week (if at all) or workouts in general. I’m working 40 hours at the beach right now so running is the only easily accessible workout for me. If I can’t do that, I don’t have the ability to do much else since it would require leaving the is ... Read on »
My Un-Training Plan by Live from La Quinta Posted Sun 14 Jul 2013 11:06pm I have been enjoying my recovery week after my half marathon last weekend.  I have run several times, but they were shorter, relaxed runs with no training agenda. As I wrote toward the end of my training cycle a couple weeks ago, I was feeling tired. Tired of training, tired of the hard work, tired of the heat, even tired of writing about it. ... Read on »
Cross Country = The miracle cure for my running sadness by GB Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Aug 2009 12:18pm Yesterday I ran my first Cross Country race for the first time in over 23 years. I had been looking forward to running Cross Country again for over a year when I first signed up as a member of the PAUSATF in August '08. But last fall I was in the thick of marathon training and had nothing else on the brain. This year I have already run most of t ... Read on »
Marathon Training Peace Corps Style by A Healthy, Happier Bear Facebook Posted Wed 09 Jan 2013 9:22pm This week’s guest post comes from the amazing Taylor , who trained for a marathon in more difficult conditions than I can even imagine! Not only did she train while volunteering with the Peace Corps, but she also did it while serving in Paraguay.  Be sure to click over to her blog to learn more about her experience in Paraguay! Th ... Read on »
8 Summer Running Lessons from Training in the Swamp of Washington, DC by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Mon 09 Jul 2012 3:41pm by Jason Fitzgerald “There just isn’t much that can be done about the weather but embrace it and realize it wont last forever.”  - @RunsforBeers Summer running can be wonderful: the hot sun mercilessly beating down on you as you struggle through 80% humidity and record high temperatures…  ... Read on »
6 Tips for Successful Summer Training by TheHaySay Posted Mon 09 Jun 2014 12:00am Note from Doug: While I’m enjoying a few weeks of little running and lots of wine relaxation on my belated honeymoon in Italy, most of you are gearing up for some of the most difficult months a runner faces each year: The dreaded summer months. Today my friend Jamie Corey of the , Run the District, shares her tips on how to face the hea ... Read on »
ApexEx Avalanche Training–Day 2 by runaroundaroo Posted Fri 13 Apr 2012 11:24pm And…over a week after posting about Day 1 of avalanche training I’m finally getting into Day 2 of our training. Better late than never, right?! This is one of those posts that I need to sit down and write – without Burn Notice sucking up our Netflix bandwith in the background. When we got home after Day 1 we had just enough energy to nom d ... Read on »
{Guest Post} Triathlon Training by the Beach by 321delish Posted Tue 20 Sep 2011 8:56am Hey friends! We’ve got one more guest post for you before we’re back to our regularly scheduled posts! I (Steph) was actually supposed to start my vacation today, but unfortunately plans fell through and I’ll have to hold off until this winter to travel. Anyhow, I had already started lining up some guest posts in my absence, so I’m sharing one ... Read on »
A SUMMER SONG AND PETS ON VACATION.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 29 May 2011 12:00am Memorial Day weekend...signifies a couple of things to most of us.  With the armed forces of the USA deployed in hot spots around the world, it's even more important to remember that Memorial Day was set aside to honor those who have sacrificed themselves for our country.  Beyond that, with Memorial Day weekend coming near the end of ... Read on »