Read about the three nominees for the prestigious HMRRC Distinguished Service Award. In order to vote, you must attend the HMRRC Business Meeting on May 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Point of Woods Community Center in Albany.
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compiled by Christine Bishop
Read articles from around the web that will expand your knowledge and whet your interest about the world's oldest annual marathon: the Boston Marathon. Find out why it is the Holy Grail of runners.
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by Karli Taylor
This month we will focus on strengthening the muscles of the core and releasing tension in the muscles of the lower back to lessen the load that running places on the spine.
Baddha Hasta Uttanasana or Ragdoll; and Dead Bug are perfect yoga poses to help deal with lower back pain.
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by Nancy Clark, MS, RD, CSSD
The more competitive runners get, the more alluring supplements become. This article lays out the facts about sports supplements and hopefully transforms fantasy into reality
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by John Parisella
John Parisella, noted runner and past president of the HMRRC, went to the Boston Marathon Expo armed with a copy of the 2014 Pace Setter hoping to get Meg Kleflegzighi’s autograph. Read more on what happened on that “hair raising” day.
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by Todd Shatynski, MD
“While I feel that overall life health is important for running health, it seems that injury prevention boils down to two important principles: single leg balance and hip strength and flexibility.”
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by Aaron Knobloch
Aaron Knobloch has run marathons around the world and here describes his recent experience at the California International Marathon and demonstrates how planning ahead pays off. (Pictured Aaron Knobloch on right with Matt Brooker).
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by Mark Mindel
In addition to being a well-known runner, coach, race creator and father of Scott Mindel, Mark is also an avid reader who has agreed to write a monthly column recommending thrilling books to read in your leisure time.
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by Dick Vincent
For those who worry about being last in a race, worry no more. You actually can serve a vital function without which many running groups could not survive!
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by Dee Fisher-Golden
Dee has attached a recipe for maple glazed pork chops that is delicious, healthy and fast to make for busy runners. It is easily scalable for a large family.
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by Christine Bishop
In this picture from the Winter Series of Brian Northan, can you find the changes from one picture to the other? If so, you may win a $10 gift coupon to Fleet Feet or Starbucks.
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