GET A GRIP!!!

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“TIP OF THE MONTH” with MICHELE YATES of RUGGED RUNNING~ There is no doubt that a women’s body changes during pregnancy.  Her center of gravity shifts, her legs become more unstable, and her overall balance is decreased.   So how is she supposed to continue to enjoy her normal activities like hiking, running, and walking,  ESPECIALLY when the weather […]

October- TIP OF THE MONTH-

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  ICESPIKE’S October Tip of the Month By Chantal Warriner Chantal Warriner PCP, ARHN, ROHP Chantal Warriner is a paramedic who has been working for Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada since 2003. She is also an advanced registered holistic nutritionist (ARHN) who graduated from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and recognized by IONC as a […]

Running Camps…Are they really beneficial?

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Running Camps…Are the really beneficial? Icespike set out to find the real answer and tips from a range of athletes. Here is what they had to say: “Consider spending a few days with experts who can help you perfect your running form, assist you with goal setting, provide you with tools to become more confident […]

Great Running Camps in the Colorado Mountains!

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Looking to challenge your body and inspire your soul? Icespike found Active at Altitude Running camps do just that! Each camp includes a well rounded approach to entertain all running desires.   Check out these great features: Active at Altitude is delighted to announce the 6th year of our series of running and conditioning camps […]

Cross Training Tips from Dane Rauschenberg

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Please meet one of the most experienced runners around- Dane Rauschenberg! Dane Rauschenberg made his mark on the running world as the man who ran 52 marathons in 52 consecutive weekends. As an extreme athlete who has also run a 202-mile relay solo and completed a 350-mile run up the coast of Oregon, he doesn’t […]

Courage

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I spent yesterday at the Lafayette Family Cancer Center with my grandfather. Soon after entering the building, we were directed to the front desk to check my grandfather in. After filling out piles of paperwork, the receptionist handed him this 1/2 inch thick plastic black half-circle shaped tag to clip to his shirt. It wasn’t […]