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Baked Oatmeal with Cherries

RUN APPETIT! Great for: A sleep-inducing snack before bed We can't overemphasize the power of a good night's sleep during training. A restful sleep aids in muscle recovery, cellular repair, and weight loss. Tart cherries, walnuts, and oats are part of the family of foods found to…

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Sun Safety for Runners

7 TIPS FOR STAYING SAFE IN THE SUN May is skin cancer awareness month and, as a back of the pack runner who is also a Board Certified Dermatologist I want to share some practical tips to keep you safe in the summer sun and minimize your risk of skin cancer as you head out for your…

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How to Beat the Heat

Summer can be a pretty humbling season for most runners. When the mercury soars, even an easy pace can feel tough. And a maintaining a fast pace can feel impossible. It's important not to take the heat personally; when temperatures rise, your body has to work harder to move the muscles, beca…

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Run the Rain

The quickest way to get fitter and faster is to be consistent. And in order to be consistent, it’s essential to learn to love to run in any weather conditions—including the pouring rain. Soggy weather workouts can be especially exhilarating if you embrace them. (Of course if t…

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Strength Training Without the Gym

Strength Training Without the Gym Three Key Moves As runners, we love to be on the road. Many of us loathe to hit the gym for strength training. After all, it's hard enough to find the time to cram in the miles. But strength training on a regular basis can…

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Why We Don't Use a Foot Scanner

Written by: Stephanie Blozey, Fleet Feet Sports West Hartford, CT Many people wonder why we don't use a "foot scanner" that you can step on to determine what shoe or insole is right for you. These computerized scanners, which are being installed in drug stores and superstores, show your foo…

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