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Runner Art

If you’re an art aficionado, take a peek at these digitally reproduced watercolor prints from Runner Art. Whether inspirational or whimsical, each print offers a different view into the sport that fuels our passion. Far more sophisticated than an average running poster, the prints are an ideal gift for that running special someone, or to […]

Lift to Lose!

Two nationally-recognized weight-loss coaches lend their foolproof strength-training workout to help you slim down for summer. Many women have been told that lifting heavy weights means building big, bulky muscles. We’re here to set the record straight: this is complete fiction. It’s very difficult to build muscle, especially for women. Female hormones just aren’t structured […]

Welcome to the Club

To kick off the holiday weekend, a group of girlfriends and I planned a 60-mile ride through the Colorado foothills. Just as we were about to roll out from our meeting place, a lone cyclist pedaled eagerly up to join our pack. It was none other than our good friend two-time Ironman World Champion triathlete […]

Simply Delicious

I love TV cooking shows, especially the latest addition to the reality line-up, Rocco’s Dinner Party. But when it comes to cooking for myself – especially in the summer months when there are a bazillion different things I’d rather do with my time than be stuck indoors – I opt for the simplest possible cuisine. […]

Bragging Rights

Last weekend I ran the Lyons River Run 5k in Lyons, Colorado. I opted for a small town 5k race, as I’m still struggling to get back into good condition and form following a series of nagging injuries. While my preference normally goes to longer endurance events, the idea of racing anything at all was […]

Short, But Long on Style

Hot summer weather is here, and easy breezy shorts are an absolute must. I can’t seem to get enough of the Hana Run Shorts from Athleta – which is why I now own them in four gorgeous colors. The shorts are constructed for running, featuring lightweight breathable fabric, a barely noticeable brief and an internal stash […]

Track & Field Championships

Today kicks off four days of exciting elite racing with the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships taking place at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. The USA Championships serve as Team USA’s selection event for the IAAF World Championships August 27- September 4 in Daegu, South Korea. Broadcasts are scheduled throughout the weekend on NBC, Universal […]

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Polar Training Tips: July 2011

THIS MONTH’S TRAINING TIP SPONSORED BY Train safely and effectively with these summer workout tips from Jennifer Cohen, fitness expert and celebrity trainer: Drink water before you feel thirsty; at least 15-20 minutes before starting your workout, and after every 15 minutes during the workout. This will keep you hydrated through the summer heat. Avoid […]

Roots

Last weekend, I attended my (gulp!) 25th high school reunion at Northfield Mount Hermon School in western Massachusetts. Going back to school is always a delicious emotional treat for me and my classmates. We were 4-year boarding students, which meant we literally grew up together, a large yet tightly bonded group of adolescent “siblings”. We […]