Articles by Susan Lacke

Boston 2018 Coldest on Record

Mother Nature unleashed her wrath on the Boston Marathon to create 30-degree temperatures, freezing rain, and headwinds of more than 25

Des & Shalane’s Friendship Embodies #TogetherForward

Des Linden’s win at the Boston Marathon may have come as a surprise to some, but there’s one person who isn’t shocked:

How to Eat For a Marathon

When prepping for a marathon, most of us think of one word: Training. But there’s another word that’s just as important: Diet.

8 Ways to Manage Muddy Runs

Spring has sprung, and though April showers bring May flowers, they also bring some seriously muddy trails. The spring rains, combined with

Can Biopuncture Speed Injury Recovery?

Injuries are the bane of all runners. At best, the pain is uncomfortable; at worst, it’s debilitating. Other than popping an

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

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

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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