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3 Surprising Things I Learned From my DEXAScan

If you're asking "what the hell is a DEXAScan?" I got you. If you remember those fat pinching calipers from gym class or your first encounter with a personal trainer in the 90s then you're close to understanding what it is. I'm happy to report that a DEXAScan is a...

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The Rundown – Dreaming Season

When I saw the cover of this month's USA Triathlon Magazine, it gave me pause. Few things do that because I'm always going 100 miles an hour, 24 hours a day. But when I saw the words DREAMING SEASON emblazoned beneath a picture of a cyclist with a gorgeous stretch of...

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The Rundown – Hello 2019!

Well hello old friends! I think this may have been the longest I've gone without a post in quite some time and it felt really good to take such a long break. If you follow me on social media you know I spent most of that break snowboarding and skiing (yep, I'm back to...

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The Rundown – What Day is It?

The holidays are a whirlwind in the best and worst ways. As with all time off and forced family get-togethers, there were highs and lows for me. There are plenty of things I'm not thankful for, but so much more that I am, and I'm trying to keep that in mind while I...

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The Rundown – 13.1 Miles in Sin City

  Bless me father for I have sinned. It's been one year since my last Vegas confession and this one is a doozie! I confess to having way too much fun, way too many shots, laughing way too hard and hugging too many people...if that's possible? I have zero regrets...

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The Rundown – Sorry Doesn’t Make the Noodles

If the quote "sorry doesn't make the noodles" seems familiar to you, you have watched Kung Fu Panda as many times as I have. In the opening scene, Po the Panda (voiced by Jack Black) oversleeps. When he rushes downstairs to help his dad (the Goose voiced by James...

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Why I Started Running #JustRun

You would think for something that is so important in my life, I would remember why I started doing it. After all, I remember why I wanted to have kids (because I was delusional), why I wanted to qualify to run the Boston marathon (because every runner did) and why I...

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