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Sights, Sounds and Musings of a Daily Walk

Posted by Cindy Edgar on Sep 22, 2017 3:07:37 PM

Sights, Sounds and Musings of a Daily Walk

Pretty, pink peonies in perfect pom-pom shapes, and purple varieties a plenty. There were peach poppies too, but I particularly prefer the orange ones.

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Topics: Inspiration, run poem

Inside the Amerithon Challenge: A Q&A with participants Deborah Lea-Powers and Jim Powers

Posted by Run The Edge on Sep 12, 2017 11:17:24 AM

A month ago we, interviewed one of our Amerithon participants, Jim Powers, to see what it was like doing the challenge as a team. Jim and his wife Deborah Lea-Powers are on a team together, striving to reach the finish line at the Washington Monument. After completing 2,016 miles in 2016 for the Run The Year 2016 Challenge, they wanted to find out how to stay motivated and continue staying active. Not only do they have to complete 3,521 miles to finish the challenge, but they get to virtually travel across the USA as they earn badges for each landmark they pass along the way. Read more to hear what it’s like to do the Amerithon Challenge as a two-person team straight from Jim!

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Topics: Amerithon, Fitness challenge, review, team fitness, staying active

The Old Glory Relay and The Amerithon Challenge - A Patriotic Partnership

Posted by Run The Edge on Sep 4, 2017 9:39:20 AM

"1 FLAG UNITING 62 IMPACTFUL DAYS BY MOVING OVER 4,600 MILES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, FROM SEATTLE, WA TO TAMPA, FL."

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DNF the DNF: Do Not Fear the Did Not Finish

Posted by Dr. Gloria Petruzzelli, Sport Psychologist on Aug 24, 2017 4:42:51 PM

“Everyone on social media knows I was doing this race and now I feel so embarrassed. What do I say when they ask me how it went?” — Anonymous DNF athlete

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Topics: Inspiration, Running Advice, mental toughness, psychology, race

RTY2017 Participant Starts Running to Save Her Friend’s Life

Posted by Run The Edge on Aug 17, 2017 4:01:16 PM

Sometimes external factors are what drive us to make a change. For Rebekah, learning that a former coworker needed a kidney transplant led her on a path that changed her life for the better and is helping her give the ultimate gift — life!

Read Rebekah’s transformation story and how she is going to be a living donor.


Last July, I was perusing Facebook and I saw a post that caught my eye. It was from my friend Chris, an old co-worker of mine from years ago. I only noticed it because he rarely posts anything on Facebook, so I found it odd. It included a picture of a kidney and was asking for help. I thought perhaps a parent was ill and I went on with my day. We had worked together at a very friendly, close, family-oriented restaurant, so many of us stayed friends even after our lives took us elsewhere. That meant that Chris and I have about 40 mutual friends on Facebook.

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5 Major Roadblocks to Starting a New Fitness Journey

Posted by Dr. Gloria Petruzzelli, Sport Psychologist on Aug 5, 2017 8:01:00 AM

CONGRATS on making the commitment to starting a new running or fitness journey! Wait?! Let me double check, you have committed to this thing right?!

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31 Day Yoga Challenge

Posted by Run The Edge on Aug 1, 2017 2:51:50 PM

 

Are you ready to increase your stength, flexibility, and overall health with a customizable month long yoga challenge?  

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Topics: Kara Goucher, Run The Year 2017

wear blue: run to remember story - Seamus Donahue

Posted by Briana Boehmer on Jul 28, 2017 12:15:13 PM

 

For our re-launch of the Amerithon Challenge, our chosen charity wear blue: run to remember founder Lisa Hallett is sharing the stories of a few of their program recipients.  Today meet Seamus Donahue in Lisa's words:

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10 Best Team Names... So Far

Posted by Run The Edge on Jul 18, 2017 4:02:35 PM

Our Top 10 List of Favorite Names

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Topics: Virtual Challenge, Fitness challenge

wear blue: run to remember story - Teresa Maggart

Posted by Briana Boehmer on Jul 18, 2017 1:48:15 PM

For our re-launch of the Amerithon Challenge, our chosen charity wear blue: run to remember founder Lisa Hallett is sharing the stories of a few of their program recipients.  This week meet Teresa Maggart in Lisa's words:

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