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Why You Should Be Working in Track Workouts To Your Routine

Why You Should Be Working in Track Workouts To Your Routine

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-The first in a series of two posts on track workouts. If you are anything like me, then about once a week you crave running fast in a circle really early in the morning and then going to work exhausted. Not like me? Okay, but hear me out. Here is why you should be doing some […]

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All in a Day’s Eats

All in a Day’s Eats

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When you chat with runners about their training, you are likely to hear how great a workout went, how an IT band required a round of physical therapy, or how grueling a long run was. But you will almost never hear a runner say “yeah man, I really crushed that side of broccoli” or “did […]

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Coach’s Corner:  Embrace Being A Runner

Coach’s Corner: Embrace Being A Runner

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As a coach, the first thing I want you to know is… No matter your age, no matter your height and weight, no matter how seriously you take it– if you run, you are a runner. That’s it, get used to it. Some people seem to shy away from that statement and its implications. Maybe […]

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Run For a Reason and Become A St. Jude Hero

Run For a Reason and Become A St. Jude Hero

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Pacers Running and St. Jude Heroes want to help you Run for a Reason! We have once again partnered with St. Jude Heroes to provide a structured coaching program for all participants who commit to fundraising on behalf of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital while training for the Marine Corps Marathon (Sunday, Oct. 25) or […]

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