Tag Archives: distance training

5 Things You Can Learn From My Sycamore Pumpkinfest 10K

There are not many better conditions to run than those presented at the Sycamore Pumpkinfest 10K yesterday. The wind was nearly still. The temps edged into the high 40s and low 50s. The skies were clear and bright. Perfect for … Continue reading

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Running through the benefits of a “gap year”

I was 22 years old when the President of my employer at the time walked into my office and said, “We’re moving all our marketing functions from Chicago to Philadelphia. We’ll pay for your move and give you a raise.” … Continue reading

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Running, riding and the fine art of creatively bitching up a storm.

By Christopher Cudworth Not every run and ride is a soul-lifting testament to the joys of running and riding. Some days just feel like crap physically, and other days your mind just isn’t into it. It seems sometimes that no … Continue reading

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Thank God for zinc in fighting the common cold

By Christopher Cudworth I don’t get paid for product endorsements, so what you are about to read is a simple personal testimonial for a type of product that truly works in easing the risk and length of the common cold. … Continue reading

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Paying it forward as a runner, teacher and coach

Cathy Ganshirt Morlock has long been a successful educator in the Marion, Virginia school system where when she teaches 5th grade students. In 2012 she was named the district’s Teacher of the Year for her leadership and best practices in … Continue reading

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