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January 16, 2015
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Don’t let winter blahs blast motivation Let’s be honest: Staying motivated in the middle of winter is challenging. The temperature plunges to single digits, snow and ice impede movement and…

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Take five: These winter races will keep you warm in the cold

December 9, 2014
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Dressing up is always part of the fun with the Frost Bite Foot Race, held each year as part of the Fur Rondy festival. Fur Rondy.com

There are so many ways to keep warm in winter, and one of those is to run. And run fast. With that in mind, here are my top five favorite…

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Footloose: How to keep striding and smiling with proper foot care

September 9, 2014
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Every journey begins with one step. Hopefully, we are striding toward our goal without foot pain. In a mile (5,280 feet) a person takes approximately 2,000 steps depending upon their…

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Be a beast

August 8, 2014
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No matter where you end up, run for speed and think like an animal. MIKE HALKO

 These track workouts will help you find your inner animal “Every day the hungry lion wakes up on the savannah and must run faster than the slowest gazelle, and each…

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Smart striding

July 4, 2014
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Running tip No. 1: Always run faster than at least the slowest guy and have a running plan to stick to for better racing results. Courtesy Mike Halko

These race tips and tactics can make a difference It’s time for some self-disclosure: We all are a just a little competitive with our running. The foe may be our…

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Running with potatoes–or not

May 9, 2014
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Carry a sack of potatoes with you on your next run to gain an appreciation of just how hard it is to lug extra pounds when running. MIKE HALKO

Now’s the time to start shedding those winter carbs Each winter, though we try our best to juggle work, family and social commitments in order to carve out time for…

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