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Kendra Bridges
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The Long Road to Wellness
After Chicago, time off did not help me feel better. I slowly started back up, started running a few miles a few times a week, and it still didn't feel right. So, I finally went to an ortho. Stress fracture in my left tibia, likely dating to the Wrightsvill...

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Team Nuun!!!
I received the great news today that I am once again helping spread the #nuunlove by representing Nuun in my athletic endeavors. This time around, I was chosen to be part of Team Nuun, an acknowledgement of my commitment to sharing information about healthy...
Team Nuun!!!
Team Nuun!!!
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Chicago Marathon!
Once again, I've been remiss in updating this blog. I had a wonderful time in Chicago with the Bull City Kitties, eating, drinking, and oh yeah, running a marathon. Here's a bit about that last part. Me in the start corral! Sunday morning, I woke up with a ...
Chicago Marathon!
Chicago Marathon!
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Seriously Overdue Update
So, Big Sur didn't happen. Well, the marathon happened, but I didn't go out to California to run it. My posterior tibial tendonitis didn't quite heal, and I didn't really want to get a stress fracture. So, no Big Sur Marathon in April for Kendra. Before I d...
Seriously Overdue Update
Seriously Overdue Update
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Off the Beaten Path
Looking to try out a trail in Durham you may not have tried before? Durham Magazine asked me to write a few lines about fun trails to check out this summer. The Ellerbe Creek trails take you downtown, to the Brontosaurus, and the Museum of Life and Science....
Off the Beaten Path
Off the Beaten Path
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I know this might come as a surprise...
Credit: http://runnersconnect.net ...but I managed to injure myself, a month out from Big Sur. My left calf and arch started bugging me during the Wrightsville Half, and continued to feel really tight through the next week. I ran my 20 miler (too fast, I'll...

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Race Report: Wrightsville Beach Half Marathon
A month or two ago, I decided it would be a good idea to run the Wrightsville Beach Half Marathon as a tune up for the Big Sur Marathon, which is coming up April 24th. Up until the morning of the race, I hadn't really decided how to approach it, however. Ma...
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