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RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional

Greensboro, North Carolina
Hi! I'm Thad and I'm the host of RunnerDude's blog (http://ncrunnerdude.blogspot.com) and owner of RunnerDude's Fitness (www.runnerdudesfitness.com). I'm also an ESR (Endurance State Reporter) for PurefitRadio.com and I write for AmateurEndurance.com.  I'm just a regular guy that loves to... Full Bio
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KovasP

Downers grove, Illinois
I'm a father of 4, husband to an amazing woman, and an endurance enthusiast.  In 1995 I ran the Chicago Marathon and then basically stopped exercising and gained a lot of weight. In late 2007, I began a slow journey back to fitness. In fits and starts, I tried a variety of things, but never was motivated to keep it up. Since January 2010, I have been consistently running...

Allen

Salt Lake Valley, Utah
I'm a 74-year old runner, and I've been running for over 37 years, including four marathons, and have had only one injury due to running. That injury happened in 2007 and was due to not giving my body enough rest. I had reduced my mileage while I was increasing my LSD pace. Then I started increasing my distance but made too big of weekly increments and was injured. Because of my age, I have...
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Jessica D.

Trail Runner, outdoor junkee, traveler, Indie Filmmaker, Writer, Lover of life and people and open heart surgery veteran.
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Fit Bottomed Girls

Kansas City, Missouri
The Fit Bottomed Girls don't take anything too seriously?including fitness. Here, two regular girls share their trials, tribulations and adventures in staying fit to help you know what's good and what's whack when it comes to working out.

Kelly Ridgway

My name is Kelly Ridgway and I am a nurse and mother to three amazing children. I am also an ultrarunner who happens to have Lupus. When I was diagnosed with Lupus, I made a decision to be the healthiest I could be. I eat a very healthy diet, exercise and maintain a healthy positive attitude. It could be easy to become a drug seeking couch potato with Lupus, but I have chose to become the...
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Dr. Erik McLaughlin, MD, MPH

Tucson, Arizona
Expedition and Travel medicine

Kelownagurl

In 2008, I documented my journey to become a triathlete. A couch potato most of my life, I began cycling as a means to weight loss in 2006 and over that year, fell in love with biking, and lost 20 lbs. As my fitness level increased, I began to wonder if I could run, and in 2007, I had run my first 5K in 26:16! Last January, I returned to the pool after a 35 years hiatus, took some lessons, and...

Jamie L.

Surrey, Canada
I have battled with depression since the age of 12 and hid my struggles for many years. Now I use my experience to help others!

RunningFrom30

A regular woman getting fit through running and yoga.

Olivia Hernandez

I am a late-deafened vegetarian wife and Mommy of 2 running to raise funds for the Chidlren's Tumor Foundation! My blog encompasses all aspects of my life from living with Neurofibromatosis, workout routines, vegetarian recipes, family life, and of course RUNNING!
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