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23 July 2017

Athlete Perfectionism: The Hijacked Brain

Sharing a guest post from my college teammate at University of Virginia Meg Waldron.  Meg is doing great work helping the minds and spirits of young runners around the country. For young runners and parents this is an important read. Psychologists define perfectionism as a personality trait characterized by a person’s striving for flawlessness and […]

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6 July 2017

Natural Running Friend Camille Herron wins the World’s Greatest Race- The Comrades Marathon

Enjoy the most amazing running story of the year. NRC Friend Camille Herron brings back the spirit of the legendary Anne Trason (last American winner 1997 and the star Female in Born to Run) and wins the Comrades Marathon (which is 55 miles in the hot African sun). This race is likely the most challenging […]

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23 May 2017

Ron Allison- Lose Half Your Body and Regain the Good Life

Sharing the story of my friend Ron Allison who is a good friend from Dayton Ohio who I have met several times on trips to my Air Force Reserve home of Wright Patterson AFB. Ron is inspiring others that yes you can do this and the journey although challenging, is filled with joy of a […]

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19 May 2017

Mick Brown (aka Aussie Clydesdale) – A Natural Running Odyssey

Sharing the journey of my good friend Mick Brown who has transformed himself into a fat burning and bullet proof elite runner.  Read on and learn some life lessons from a wise Aussie. …………………. “We are all experiments of one.” Dr Mark Cucuzzella. Weight has always been an issue for me. Running has always been […]

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5 May 2017

Restore Your Health – Story of my friend Darrell Jones

Sharing the inspiring story of my friend Darrell Jones who is showing our community you can restore health and find joy and new friendships in the process.  Good luck in your marathon this weekend and see you at the JFK 50!   As a child I always had a strong sweet tooth. There were areas […]

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3 May 2017

Boston Marathon 2017 results visualized & Dr. Mark’s 30 marathons charted

By Nicholas Pang, Wear Tested Gear Review Now that the 2017 Boston Marathon is over and results available, I’ve decided to do some data mining and apply some of my technical expertise to display the results visually – demographics and data analytics. And a few nuggets. See full Boston Marathon 2017 report here I also […]

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27 April 2017

Everything you want to know about breaking two hours in the marathon

By Nicholas Pang, Wear Tested Gear Review In the next two weeks, you’ll undoubtedly hear lots of media coverage about Nike’s Breaking2 Project, their quest to break the two-hour marathon barrier – the last frontier in running. To save our readers time and resources, here’s a quick guide on everything you ever need to know […]

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31 March 2017

Rachael McKinney – My English Paper and Family Project: Can You Reverse Diabetes?

Sharing the story from my friend and colleague from the US Air Force Marathon Rachael McKinney .  She took on Type 2 Diabetes for her English Class paper and has almost reversed her husband’s Diabetes and improved the whole families health! I’d give this A plus.  Thank you Rachael and Michael for sharing this story. […]

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22 March 2017

An Unlikely Journey from Cancer to Minimalist Ultra Runner- My Friend Randy Kreill

Sharing the amazing journey back to health from my barefoot and sandal running friend Randy Kreill.  I got to share some beautiful trails with Randy in Yellow Springs Ohio on a recent USAF trip.  Randy and I have civil discussions on diet.  He is all plant and I add some bacon 🙂  I wish the […]

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18 March 2017

Thomas Cunningham- Maffetoning to Boston!

Sharing the story of online friend and fast Masters runner Thomas Cunningham.  It’s never too late to learn new things about your inner machinery.  Thomas see you in Hopkinton! Your butcher is right….the Ribeye is awesome and you cannot mess it up. ………………… I ran my first marathon in 1994 in a time of 3:44. […]

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10 March 2017

The Hereditary Bunion Myth: Part I of III

By Dr. Ray McClanahan In spite of the fact that the medical community has made advances in the care of many common medical conditions, the treatment of bunion deformity is still locked in the dark ages. Today’s podiatric students and residents are being taught that bunions are hereditary, represent a bone structure problem, and require surgery […]

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26 February 2017

Can you run the Leadville 100 in Sandals and Burning Fat…Yes You Can!

Sharing the amazing journey of my friend US Army Captain and Physical Therapist Captain Samantha Wood.  We are here together learning and sharing at Low Carb Breckenridge.  Congrats Sam! Here is a short of a much longer race report from http://nprehab.blogspot.com/2016/09/the-leadville-100-saga-final-edition.html It was 3:58 in the morning in downtown Leadville.  There were roughly 650 runners […]

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4 January 2017

New research suggests up to 76 percent of the world’s population is overfat

By Dr. Philip Maffetone As many athletes are making racing and training plans for 2017, a new study suggesting that 76 percent of the world’s population is overfat has not spared even those who are very active. Researchers writing in the journal Frontiers of Public Health describe the overfat condition as a new pandemic that has […]

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14 March 2016

Stuck on the Sidelines: Why Your Running Injuries Keep Coming Back

By Elinor Fish For years Julia had some kind of running-related injury. It began as a soreness in her right foot that then moved up to the knee. After changing her shoes and running form, she experienced some relief. Then while training for a half marathon, the pain flared, this time in her right hip. […]

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6 March 2016

Love Your Maximalist Shoes? What You Need to Know

By Amanda Loudin Jason Bahamundi will go to his grave clutching his pair of Hoka One One running shoes. The finisher of five Ironman races and multiple ultramarathons swears by the big, cushy shoes—and he’s not alone. The brand saw sales increase 350 percent from 2013 to 2015 and most running shoemakers now have a […]

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