Craig Sheckler and Layla

Meet our Running Editor, Craig Sheckler:

January 2, 2018 0

Craig Sheckler has been involved in endurance sports for over 25 years in a multitude of ways — as a triathlon and running coach, athlete, race director, performance center owner, clinic presenter, and volunteer. Craig […]

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How To Become A More Efficient Runner

December 20, 2017 0

I think it’s safe to say that most competitive runner’s goals are to get faster and to gain PR’s, but the question is at what cost? I drove myself into the ground for so many […]


Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone in 2018

December 18, 2017 0

If you’re like me, by December I usually consider my year of running as “in the books”. My goal races are finished and I use the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s to rest, recover, […]

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Winter Running Tips

December 10, 2017 0

Our winters can be a combination of freak snow storms and chilly mornings. We are not complaining, but it surely makes those early dark nights more bearable. When it comes to our time out running, […]

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Mushroom Cap Half Marathon Recap

December 5, 2017 0

In the early morning hours and quickly following the first gun shot, The Weekly Fight, a non-profit, veteran organization that raises money for post-traumatic growth, opened the race running 13.1 miles in formation. Runners ran […]

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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 […]