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How to Train for a Marathon or Half Marathon

Training for a marathon is no joke. Running 26.2 miles consecutively, especially in a race format, takes a lot of physical endurance and mental fortitude. For many, this is an incredibly rewarding feat. Running not only does wonders fo

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How to Train for a Triathlon

Have you ever thought about participating in an event that pushes your limits and demonstrates what you’re truly capable of? The triathlon — a challenging, exciting, and addicting three-part race — will do exactly that! Competing

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Common Sports Injuries & Tips for Recovery

You were out having the time of your life when suddenly your whole life changed. Maybe you fell, maybe you twisted something, but either way, you got hurt.  We’ve all been the

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5 Family & Dog-Friendly Trails in Utah's Millcreek Canyon

It's no secret that locals and visitors love Salt Lake City's proximity to the Wasatch Mountains. From downtown to downhill, terminal to trailhead, it takes an hour or less to access one amazing adventure after another.

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The Challenges of Snow Running

While snow has a single definition, snow is never the same. It can be wet, fluffy, pillowy, heavy, frozen, crunchy, solid, or hard. Depending on where you are, snow presents a variety of challenges for even the most seasoned runner.

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Discover Winter Fun in Central Oregon

Central Oregon is a popular vacation destination for those who love adventure. Situated just east of the Cascade Mountains, many popular destinations see far more sun than the western side of the state. In winter, residents trade their

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5 Summer Activities You Can Do Outdoors

This time of year, we're excited to break loose and enjoy the sunshine, but 2020 is... well, special. We've all been cooped up and locked down, and even as coronavirus restrictions relax, most of us are looking for healthy way

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Laying the Groundwork for the Future of Running Events

As the world slowly and carefully begins to reopen and establish a new normal, there is no protocol to follow. Countries, states, and cities - along with the CDC and WHO - have to create new guidelines. 


Reap the Rewards of Running Solo

The current, unprecedented situation with COVID-19 has severely impacted many aspects of our lives. Francesca Conte shares how to embrace solo running during difficult times.