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Employee Wellness Programs Are So Much More

Fun fact: Back in 1979, American multinational corporation Johnson & Johnson launched a health program dubbed “Live for Life” aimed at promoting, among other things, weight loss. After bestowing more

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Is It a Good Idea to Run on an Empty Stomach?

Have you ever tried running after having a large breakfast?

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Improve the Pace by Reducing Distance

The mile continues to be the benchmark most runners use to gauge their performance.

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Medal Monday

The day after the Miami Half and Full Marathon many of our program participants – and others in the community were wearing their medals – posting on Facebook sharing with

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Deposit the Happy Memories

This email was forwarded to me by one of our more enthusiastic runners.  and reminds me so much of what Hans and I did. Put so many memories in the bank and

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Do You See What I See?

by Martha Moya I’m a walker. I love to walk. I’ve walked over 25 half-marathons. Walking is my pace. And while you runners are out there zipping past me and

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Garmin Forerunner 920xt First Impression

by Eddie Suarez Those who know me or read my Garmin vs Smartphone Apps article, know that I am a huge fan of Garmin. I really tried being unbiased writing

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THE ILLURUNATI

by Eddie Suarez The Unwritten Rules of Running 1)   An event shirt cannot be worn until you have completed said event. 2)   Thou shall not wear one brand

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Garmin vs Smartphone Apps

by Eddie Suarez Take a look around and you’ll see runners tracking their workouts with either a Garmin or a smartphone app. Which is better? Should you spend the money

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The Tempo Run

By Eddie Suarez This week we’re taking a look at Tempo Runs. A tempo run is also known as a lactate threshold run. Leaving a lot of the science out