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Zombies, Run!

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Zombies, Run!

Happy Halloween! I love fall running. I think these are some of the most beautiful runs, and some of the more memorable ones, not least because of zombies. That's right: ZOMBIES. There's nothing like a rush of outrunning an imaginary zombie horde. And thanks to an app, you don't even have to have a vivid imagination for all this!

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Sunday Stroll: Yates Mill

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Sunday Stroll: Yates Mill

Yates Mill. Everybody in the Raleigh area goes to Yates Mill in the fall. Except me apparently, so of course I had go check it out. I called my dad and he eagerly met up with McCrae and me for another Sunday stroll.

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5 Signs You're Overtraining

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5 Signs You're Overtraining

I have a confession. Twice now I've broken my running streak this month. Okay, actually it was three times. Three times! While I've always felt great when I finally get outside for a run, it's also important to listen to my body and know when to take it easy. And this week? My body has been SCREAMING at me to take it easy. Here are 5 signs of overtraining that my body is using to tell me to TAKE IT EASY!

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Tuna Run 200 Race Report - Leg 1

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Tuna Run 200 Race Report - Leg 1

t's not a race for me unless something goes wrong. We had a double team of twelve runners so that we would always have someone to run with. For my first time running a relay - especially one that included overnight runs on small country roads - this was a comfort. Unfortunately though, because of Hurricane Matthew several legs were cancelled, including one of mine. I made up for it by running as a companion runner for leg 1.

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