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Michael Anis
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The 121st Boston Marathon
2:53:35. fading from mile 7... This year's Boston Marathon was one that I truly was under-prepared for. Arguably, that statement would have been false if I hadn't fallen ill with a sinus infection and a stomach flu right before the race. It was completely i...

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Daniels' Running Formula
I know I've talked about Daniels' Formula before. I spit "Vdot" and "I pace, M pace, T pace" around when I'm blogging here. Some of you know about him and why the Formula has made an enormous difference in running athletics. For those who do not; if you are...

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I interviewed this good fellow, do read.

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Interview with Adirondacks Marathon Champion, Matt Cheney
Hey everyone at long last I got around to talking with/about another runner here on the blog!  I got a hold Of recent Adirondacks Marathon
winner, Matt Cheney. I find him to be a fascinating runner! Here's a Q and A we
did! Enjoy the read! The winner, Matt ...

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Summer's Top 5 reasons for more running
1-Warmup time is shorter 2-People are getting fitter and wearing less, the eye candy improves! 3-Jumping into some water after a hot run feel like being born again (the non-religious way) 4-A cold beer has deeper meaning after a hot run, riding the Runner's...

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Anyone else wondering? Marveling?

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Bernard Lagat: Defying age or just breaking new ground?
Hmm, final lap 52 high...and he's 41? What do you think? (Photo: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports) Has anyone been paying attention lately? The guy wins the U.S.Olympic trials 5000m race with a closing lap under 53 seconds. He is 41. He is one of the all time gr...

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Your Foot has three arches: treat them equally
It is true. Three. Lateral, Transverse and Medial. Most people are concerned with their medial arch. Those of us who work in running shop either hear from a customer or have fallen into the habit of saying "You have a high/medium arch" or "Your arch is low"...
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