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Running recollections of a skinny young dad

My competitive career as a runner was coming to a close the time by the time I got married at the age of twenty-seven. We conceived our first child in December after a June wedding that year. By then, I’d … Continue reading

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This just in. You’re not really in shape. But you can get there.

By Christopher Cudworth Body fat. Most of us hate those two words. And to make matters worse, the fitness world now has this device that you grip in two hands and hold out in front of you like a tiny … Continue reading

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Meet Abraham Lincoln, Marathoner and Cyclist

By Christopher Cudworth Here in Illinois, the Land of Lincoln, there’s quite a bit of pride in the heritage and history that Abraham Lincoln lends to the state. Springfield, Illinois is one of the places Lincoln called home, and the … Continue reading

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Kerri Hoskins Branson runs to meet challenges

Kerri Hoskins Branson is a woman who makes her mind up about things, and does them. That does not mean she always plans her goals or achievements far in advance. In fact some of her keenest achievements have been accomplished … Continue reading

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