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Hydration:  A Key to Success
Water. The human body is 55-65 percent water.  We consume water on a daily basis and in many forms.  Sometimes we drink a lot and sometimes we may not consume as much as we need.  However, when you become an athlete and specifically a runner, water becomes even more vital to your health, training and success. That’s why it is important to know how to maintain ideal hydration status.(read more)

Shin Pain: When Should You Worry?
There is a lot more to running than just putting one foot in front of the other.  In a normal running gait, a multitude of muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments work together to provide a fluid movement. But sometimes mechanical changes can cause injury and contribute to pain. One such pain occurs in the  tibia, also known as the shin bone.  It is important to understand whether this pain is something to be concerned about or if you can run through it on a daily basis. (read more)

The Countdown is on …
Race day is just over a month away! If you are following your training plan, you should be well into your race preparation. Despite the fact that the forecast is calling for rain and snow showers the next few weeks, it is important to not deviate from your plan. (red more)