Running

At the 2018 Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth, Minnesota, Caitlyn Tateishi wasn’t supposed to qualify for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. It wasn’t that she wasn’t training for sub 2:45 finish. She planned the June race as a tune-up, a chance to run fast and earn a spot in the elite field at the California
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Kids, training, and recovery don’t always mix perfectly, but these three women give us an inside scoop on how they manage to make 26.2-mile magic happen, even when family life is hectic. It’s no secret the U.S. women are getting faster at the marathon, but in the process, they’re also reshaping the paradigm of the
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Find out how you can train and stay healthy through cold and flu season by making just a few lifestyle tweaks to manage stress. ’Tis the season for the flu, winter colds, and other upper respiratory infections (URI) that put a damper on our workouts and threaten our fitness. It is well-reported that during periods
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Lasagna goes green with these colorful, delicious Spinach Lasagna Rolls. We’re always game for an extra dose of greens, plus swapping in cottage cheese lightens up this hearty spinach lasagna and gives dinner an extra boost of protein. Weeknight Spinach Lasagna Rolls Serves 4 1 (24-ounce) jar marinara sauce, divided8 uncooked lasagna noodles1 (10-ounce) package frozen chopped spinach,
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Credit: Stephane Salerno Discover the magnificent mountains of Andorra with the Andorra Ultra Trail Vallnord Five races with different distances and elevation gain; great and magnificent mountains; all kind of terrains; more than 11 years of history; runners from more than 70 countries; maximum effort and solidarity. This is the Andorra Ultra Trail Vallnord, which
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The holidays are over, we’ve all more or less settled into winter, and we’re getting to the point where many folks start dropping their new year’s resolutions. Whether you didn’t get the gift you wanted or you’re noticing some gaps in your cold weather running system that are making it hard to get out the
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Not respecting the illness can often set you back more than trying to push through it. Getting sick sucks, especially when your training is on a roll. It’s important to have some basic guidelines for returning to action after illness. And, before discussing return to training after illness, consider a few simple suggestions for staying
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This might just be the fastest chicken noodle soup recipe we’ve come across ever. As winter drones on, there’s a common, widespread need for quick and easy recipes that are tasty, nutritious, and fairly simple to make. Not to mention warm and satiating. Chicken noodle soup is a hands-down winter favorite for all those reasons:
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Just get the warmest everything, right? Nope. Winter running can absolutely mean heading inside for a temperature-controlled cruise on a treadmill. But you don’t have to automatically choose the indoor path just because the weather outside might be testy. Running gear has been evolving super quickly over the last decade, so the best accessories for
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