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For some of us, running wraps its tentacles around us, and though we may not notice them, the draw is always there. For some of us, it takes a…Read More ›
As the old saying goes, we don't know what we've got until it's gone. Though Jennie had been an athlete for most of her life, her fir…Read More ›
Those of us who begin our fitness journey as adults are usually spurred to start by some outward force, some identifiable impetus that indic…Read More ›
Many of you who participate in WalkFit may already have the good fortune of knowing Rose. She's been walking with Fleet Feet since 2012, and…Read More ›
“Time waits for no man,” as the saying goes, but that doesn’t mean we have to let the sands just slip on through the hour …Read More ›
In 2011, a mutual friend introduced John, who was training for the Route 66 Marathon, to Jill, who had lost her love of running. What began …Read More ›
In 2011 my daughter, Tracy, a runner and former Fleet Feet coach, encouraged me to try No Boundaries “couch to 5k.” This was whe…Read More ›
I'd heard it all before. "You're crazy for running as much as you do." Or, "A marathon is a long ways..." For a while, it seemed like I'd …Read More ›
In the spring of 2011, Amy spent the majority of her waking hours sitting. She was fifty pounds overweight, a divorced single mom of two w…Read More ›
In 2011, Peg watched as a fellow participant at Weight Watchers changed the shape of her body, and she suspected that dropping pounds was on…Read More ›