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Taper Goals for Marathon Training

“Make the best of what’s around” While most Fargo Marathon runners began their taper last week, I was enjoying my peak week. Pacing Get in Gear the weekend prior required an adjustment to my overall training schedule. Normally, diverting from … Continue reading

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Why You Should Run the 0.1 or 0.2

“You don’t have to go the extra mile, only part of it” I’m fresh off pacing my very first 10k event, part of the annual Minneapolis Get in Gear race series. It was a great time, filled with several of … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes Running 26.2 – Part 3: How to Run the Marathon

“No one fucks with someone who runs 26.2 miles for fun” We’re closing in on spring marathon season. Whether Boston this month or a local race next, you’re all in at this point. You’re tough and you’re tired. Your metabolism … Continue reading

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Five Running Mistakes – Don’t Make Em!

“You run, you learn, then you get better” A full month into the New Year and hopefully those of you who set running goals are sticking to them. Also, spring racing season is so close that many runners (myself included) … Continue reading

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