Another Weekend, Another Marathon

Winter marathon season is definitely here and this weekend is another bustling weekend of events. Two somewhat-local races include the Dallas Marathon & Half marathon and the Bryan College Station Marathon & Half marathon or “BCS” as it is frequently called. Several local, talented runners will be competing and hopefully the cold front will pull […]

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California International Marathon

What: California International Marathon When: TOMORROW! December 6th, start time: 7am Pacific Time Why: One of the last opportunities for athletes to hit the 2016 Marathon Olympic Trials standards Standards: Men “A”: 2:15           Men “B”: 2:18 Women “A”: 2:37     Women “B”: 2:43 The California International Marathon or, “CIM” as it is better know amongst the […]

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The Troublesome Tendon

Most athletes have experienced some type of tendon injury during their athletic career and can relate to the familiar ache or pain associated with ‘tendonitis.” Tendon pain usually lingers for quite some time and they are also frequently recurrent, putting a significant damper on your ability to train consistently. Now the following explanation about tendon […]

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The Marathon Has Come and Gone, Now What!?

Runners invest months of hard work, early mornings (or late nights), sweat, and muscle fatigue into preparing for the big day, Marathon Race day. Hours upon hours, miles upon miles of work have been dedicated to prepare for the completion of this epic event. Whether it is your first one or you are a marathon […]

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Let’s Talk Footwear

Running footwear, like most every industry, is susceptible to changing popular trends and the comings and goings of various fads. Most readers are probably at least passingly familiar with the rise and fall of the minimalist running shoe trend, which was ushered into popular consciousness with Chris McDougall’s book Born to Run, and eventually fell […]

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