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Are Orthotics Worth The Cost?

In a search for a solution to foot pain, marathon runner Naomi Epstein once shelled out big bucks for a pair of custom orthotics to slide

The Real Story of the First Woman to Run Boston

Fifty years ago, Bobbi Gibb, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, changed the world. Then the world forgot her.

The Importance of Protein for Masters Athletes

This article is from Monique Ryan, MS, RD, LDN, CSSD, author of Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes. Recovery is an essential

The First Step to Developing a Psychology of Success

In this excerpt from Run Like a Champion: An Olympian’s Approach for Every Runner, two-time Olympic runner Alan Culpepper shares the

Yes, There Is a Dunkin’ Donuts Running Shoe

Running just got a whole lot sweeter, thanks to a collaboration between Dunkin’ Donuts and Saucony. Ahead of the 2018 Boston

5 Boston Charity Runners Tell Their Stories

For some runners, competing in the Boston Marathon is not only about achieving an athletic dream, it’s about running with a higher

See The World On a Run-cation

Lacing up your running shoes and putting in some miles while on vacation is a fantastic way to recommit to your love of running. It’s

The Dangers of Under Fueling

This article is from Monique Ryan, MS, RD, LDN, CSSD, author of Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes. It starts well intentioned and

Run Talk: Why I ❤️ The Boston Marathon

For most Americans, the third Monday in April is just another day. But for runners, it might well be a holiday. The Boston Marathon is the

Is Intermittent Fasting a Good Idea for Athletes?

Breaking your record time may have less to do with how you train and more to do with how you eat. Fans of intermittent fasting praise the

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