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  • Should you run after college? Ya… If you want to. Why not?

    Written by: Jenny Desouchet

    Should you run after college?

    Graduating from college is a milestone. For most students, it means starting the career that they’ve worked hard to find the last few years with internships, networking and Greek life (somehow I am pretty sure this helps with finding jobs). The transition means probably less partying on the weekdays, starting a 9-5 job, maybe moving to a new city, and starting to pay back those student loans.

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  • Crush Your New Year’s Resolutions

    Written by: Joe Bosshard

    New Year's Resolutions

    I’ve written before that I don’t really understand New Year’s resolutions, but I get why people like to make them. It makes sense, the feeling of a a fresh start. A new year, a new you. This is going to be the year you do (insert something dramatic)! You are going to run more than you did last year, you will be fitter, stronger, and healthier than you’ve ever been.

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  • Reframe Your Run

    Written by: Scott Fauble

    reframe your run

    On the heels of the holiday season and with the new year upon us you’ve probably read more than your share of sappy pieces about taking stock of the things you have and how to achieve more than ever before. So, if you are sick of these posts and just want to learn more about how to get fitter and faster, then you have come to the right place, sort of.

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  • If there is only one thing you do to avoid getting a cold – have it be this thing

    Written by: Joe Bosshard


    You have been crushing workouts lately, you feel yourself getting faster, you know you are getting stronger. Then you get that feeling. A little tickle in the throat, one too many sneezes, a consistent runny nose.  NOOOOO! Joe BosshardJoe is a former University of Colorado runner with a penchant for numbers and filing tax returns. […]