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Iron Deficiency in Runners

There’s a quote somewhere that goes something like “Running is a metaphor for life, because you get out of it what you put into it.” We always tend to hope that this is the case, that we will be rewarded for our hard work with success. However, in running, as in life, there are many […]

Traveling Cross Country

Traveling cross country and Back in a Week In December, I had the unforgettable opportunity to drive from Ohio to the coast of California and back. This was my second cross-country road trip of the year, and throughout the four collective weeks I spent living out of a car, I discovered a few necessities that […]

Training for a Marathon

With the New Year comes new resolutions. For many of you, these resolutions probably relate to physical health. One of the biggest reasons that you fall through on resolutions is that you do not set tangible goals. Setting a resolution to “workout more” gives you no accountability. For this reason, choosing a more defined goal, […]

Cold Weather Running

Every year, without fail, the sudden transition from balmy late summer days to frosty fall and winter mornings takes Ohio’s runners by surprise. With those cold days comes the temptation to skip your workout and opt to instead stay inside with a warm blanket and a mug of hot chocolate. However, with the right adjustments, […]