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Speeding Up For Fall

November 18, 2017 0

Fall is just around the corner as the temperatures begin to cool off and daylight grows noticeably shorter. You’ve trained hard over the summer months through heat and humidity and that goal race will be […]


Mushroom Cap Half Marathon

October 26, 2017 0

  We’re excited to support the KSQ Mushroom Cap Half Marathon and Relay Event which explores Kennett Square’s landmarks, unique neighborhoods, and growing commerce. The race features an Olympic Start and takes runners on a […]

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Whatever happened to racing?

September 20, 2017 2

I never ran the Blue Eagle 5K race in Nazareth. Maybe you know a race like it. It drew a decent field and a lot of solid runners. There were 186 finishers in 2010. Thirty-four […]

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A Runner’s Guide to Optimum Muscle Use

August 3, 2017 0

I frequently see runners with overuse injuries. Most of the time; performance declines and injuries happen when muscles are fatigued. If you want to run faster, safer, and smarter, you need to understand how the […]

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Be Proactive with Your Injuries

June 27, 2017 0

At the early age of 14, I knew I had a genetic kidney disease. Despite this, I led a normal life with only a few minor health issues because of that disease. However, at age […]


Five Tips That I Give Every Day About Running

June 25, 2017 0

1. Get out of the seven days a week mentality. Communicate fatigue from training with yourself or your coach. If you’re feeling beat up or run down it’s okay to skip the Wednesday workout and […]

Oddyssey Half Marathon

The Oddyssey Half Marathon

June 5, 2017 0

    One of the funnest half marathons is this weekend, the Oddyssey Half Marathon. Running in parts of Fairmount Park that you never knew was there and then enjoying the beer garden all while […]

Fox Trot 5K

Sly Fox Brewing Company Fox Trot 5K

June 1, 2017 0

    This Saturday come out and join us for a run from one of our favorite spots, Sly Fox Brewing. If you like to run, enjoy beer, and have a thing for food trucks, […]


The Slippery Slope of Ultra Running

April 17, 2017 0

“Twelve hours ago, the idea of running 31 miles didn’t seem as crazy as it felt at this moment. As I ran past the aid station it took me more than a few minutes to […]



April 15, 2017 0

Runners are a notoriously naked bunch. They start losing layers with the first weak light of spring and shed unabashedly at the least provocation. Yet as the temperatures soar we ladies find ourselves at a […]