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Jif Facebook

California
My name is Jeffrey Holliday and I am a Marine Gunnery Sergeant. I have a confession to make concerning my running. About two months back I stopped running and have only run about six times since. I ran a half marathon and experienced a complete water washout with in the first three miles of the 13.1 mile run. It was extrememly hot that morning and I lost a lot of sweat. The run did not go very...

Rachel Wilkerson Healthy Living Professional

Grand Blanc, Michigan
I've always been a sucker for trying new things. (Late night infomercials are my kryptonite!) And, being the kind of person who can gain five pounds just smelling pizza and lose five pounds by dropping cheese for a week, I often apply this "What can I try next?" mentality to diet and exercise. My weight has fluctuated over the years. I played sports but I ate a good amount of...

Patty B.

Granbury, Texas
I lost a kidney and have just recently found a path to take because a Doctor took the time to listen and realized I was not a hypochondriac or a big overly sensitive, stressed, depressed woman. (yes, lots of justified sarcasm). I was athletic, very lean and continued to stay fit by enjoying bike rides and playing recreational co-ed softball. However, when I started a family at 25, I had...
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Allie

Ohio
I began running back in July 2008 when I first moved from Penn State to Ohio to start my doctoral program. I was under a lot of stress with school and felt like I was going slightly crazy at times. Running quickly became my escape and kept my sanity, but little did I know it would turn into an insanity on its own! My first race was the Labor of Love 5 Miler, and I was barely able to hold...

mlchaplin

California
On December 31, 2010 I did something I never do: I made a New Years resolution. I blame the steady flow of bubbling conversation and champagne, but before I knew it, I had resolved to run the 2011 ING NYC Marathon. I was obviously still intoxicated two days later, when I entered the race lottery. Then, for three months, I pretended nothing happened. Some time in March 2011, the following...

Laurie P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Missoula, Montana
I am an active 44 year old from Missoula Montana. I was diagnosed with breast cancer 6 months ago and spent the winter recovering from bilateral mastectomy/oophorectomy surgeries and chemotherapy. I was able to continue running (albeit fewer miles) during chemo. I started doing yoga during chemo for the relaxation and conditioning benefits.

sfroadwarrior

California
I’ve been a runner for as long as I can remember. Even in Kindergarten, I remember challenging anyone who was up for it to race me in the school yard during recess and proudly styled myself “The Third Fastest Girl in School” (I did allow that my friends Jana and Wendy were faster.) Our PE teachers did a running unit every January that pretty much consisted of having us...

IowaGirlEats

West Des Moines, Iowa
I’ve lived in Iowa for the better part of 26 years (minus a three year stint in Minneapolis after college) and while it may get a bad rap, Iowa’s a fabulous place to live! The cost of living is low which allows me to travel, great food can be found locally which lets me eat well, and trails are abundant which allows me to run free!   I’m 100% an adventurer at heart...

Chev

Severn, Maryland
I'm a Certified Outdoors Fitness Instructor (C.O.F.I.) for The Sergeant's Program: Military Style Fitness Training. I've been a trainer for the program for almost a year and started tracking our routines, recipes, opinions and random information that I saw as relevant and important to individuals who are looking to get into shape. These exercise routines are composed of military drills,...