Tips Every Runner can use to Maximize the Off-Season

Tips Every Runner can use to Maximize the Off-Season

Written by: Zac Marion Thinking of the time between your last race of the year and your first race of the new season as strictly an “off”-season is doing yourself a disservice. I’m sure you put in a lot of hard work and noticed some new fitness over the last year. Now...

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Runners in Quarantine: Finding the Positive

Runners in Quarantine: Finding the Positive

By: Ryan Maher Now let’s be clear...It took me a week or two of adjusting to life in a pandemic before finding the positives in this new quarantined life we are living. I also want everyone to know that is ok if you haven’t found the positives yet. And I am well aware...

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Runners in Quarantine: Train for Life

Runners in Quarantine: Train for Life

By: Jamie Maher Life is a journey and ours has always been one a little less traveled. We train and run ultra after ultra to push our limits and build some friendly competition along the way. My husband and I train year round. Yes, we love the races, we love the...

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Runners in Quarantine: From Covid Chaos to Run Ready

Runners in Quarantine: From Covid Chaos to Run Ready

By: David Theriot I like structure.  I like plans.  I like being in control.  I’m a spreadsheet guy.  I have every workout I’ve done for the past 10 years logged.  I have a spreadsheet that lists out all of my races for the year.  I have...

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Runners in Quarantine: Pause and Reset

Runners in Quarantine: Pause and Reset

by Pamela Chapman Markle Life has always produced challenges for me.  I have learned to try and look at the positive that I can pull from adversity as it is something we will always have to deal with.  I feel that changing my current daily rituals will bring...

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Runners in Quarantine: What to do now?

Runners in Quarantine: What to do now?

CANCELED.  By: Christopher Mellot I watched race after race cancel or postpone. The historic Boston Marathon delayed until September for the first time in its 124 years. I watched as some of the oldest and favorite races in the Syracuse region postponed or...

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