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Runners Have a Puppy Boom, Just in Time for #NationalPuppyDay

If there’s one group that’s loving all extra at-home time, it’s working moms with young children. Just kidding, it’s dogs. With social distancing and shelter-in-place orders throughout the country to stop the spread of the coronavirus, humans are home and their furry friends are just loving the extra quality time. But while dogs with homes […]

Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist, Health Coach—What’s The Difference?

When it comes to training, you consult with a coach. For medical issues, you turn to your doctor. It would make sense, then, to seek out a professional when you’re ready to get serious about fueling for your sport. But who? When it comes to nutrition, experts are easy to find—nutritionists, registered dietitians, and nutrition […]

How Social Distancing During the Pandemic Has Changed the Way Elite Athletes Are Training

Although each state and county is going to have slightly varying ordinances around slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus, the special White House task force is continuing to hone in on guidelines for social distancing with the hopes to slow the spread in 15 days. The latest update includes working from home if possible, […]