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Penguin Chronicles: Season To Taste

For runners, there is no off-season.

Penguin Chronicles: My Body and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

I’m not going to put my body under a tarp in the garage and let it rust away. I’m doing my best to maintain it.

The Penguin Chronicles: Worst Parade Ever

From crazy signs to duels between runners, road races are a unique thing, writes John Bingham.

The Penguin Chronicles: A New Definition For Resolutions

John Bingham takes a trip back in time and recalls the moment when he turned to running — and turned his life around

The Penguin Chronicles: Junkyard Dogs

Taking control of your life and making changes to improve yourself is the way to go.

The Penguin Chronicles: The Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer

We ran because ... we ran. Because not running didn’t make any sense.

The Penguin Chronicles: A Body In Motion

Once you dial into that sweet spot, running will never be the same.

Penguin Chronicles: When I’m 64

The best part of being a runner at 64: there are still things left to do.

The Penguin Chronicles: Back In The Saddle Again

What mattered most wasn’t how I was doing the training it was that I was doing the training.

The Penguin Chronicles: The Trails Less Traveled

I’m a city kid. I believe in the grandeur of the manmade concrete and steel canyons. Yes, mountains are beautiful, but the gleam of the

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