September Inspiration: Running for Alzheimer’s Awareness

After graduating college, I ran a handful of half marathons from 2009-2015 to lose weight and stay in shape. After every half marathon I completed, I’d always think to myself: you have to be CRAZY to run 13.1 more miles to finish a marathon. It was always a far-fetched dream for me to run the NYC Marathon, but I thought

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Check In On Your Eating Habits for National Nutrition Month


Your food choices throughout the week have a big impact on your health, energy levels, mood, body composition and so much more. With March being National Nutrition Month, it’s the perfect time of year to check in with your eating habits and make sure they’re supporting your goals! When it comes to nutrition, there is a seemingly endless supply of

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Coaches Corner: Workouts I Love

Photo by Dan McCauley By Amy Begley, Atlanta Track Club Elite Coach Everyone has a love-hate relationship with running workouts.  Some people don’t do prescribed workouts and just run miles.  Others like the grind of tempos and mile repeats and some prefer the lactic acid inducing short speed intervals. A few of my favorite workouts include the workouts known as

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