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Myths about weight loss: Health and fitness tips from an Architect

Originally posted on I Love My Architect:
I recently lost 40 lbs and went from a size 38 pants to 32.  I want to share some of my tips with my readers to help them get health and fit for…

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A RUN FOR EVERY SEASON

THE CHANGING OF THE SEASONS As with the cycle of daylight so goes the cycle of my running. I don’t know about you but for me longer days means longer and more intense runs and more mental/physical energy. As the

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RUNNING ACROSS THE STATE (RIVER 2 SEA)

RUNNING ACROSS THE STATE By Frank Cunha III A few weeks ago (on August 1, 2015) I participated in the 20th Annual “RIVER TO SEA RELAY” (14 stages totaling 91 miles) with my friends from my Sparta Runners Club.  Unlike any other race I

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THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY

Lessons learned from my second 50K (notes to self)….. The Countdown: 3) THE UGLY I should have expected the unexpected (spring snow)….I trained often and I trained hard leading up to the race, but I did not train long or

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Latest Article Published by Clifton Roadrunners Club

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Things to Work on for My Swim

Ever wonder what the life-guards are thinking when you are doing your early morning swim workout?  I always did. Well… Today I found out and it wasn’t pretty. I trust this kid, he is a lean 25 year old grad

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Run Faster & Longer By Running Less

The best way to become a better runner is to run….of course. Accumulating lots of miles (volume) will certainly help you become a better athlete. With increased volume there is also an increased potential for injury or burnout.  The experts

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