Sep | 7
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Running Tips, Shoes & Gear

Back to School = Back to Cross Country!

Your backpack may be loaded with reams of college-ruled paper and a forest worth of #2 pencils, but you’re not truly ready for back to school until you’ve got your cross country gear. Having the right spikes helps you train hard and run fast on race day, and nothing delivers like the Mach 14 and Mach 14 Spikeless…. Read more »

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Sep | 4
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Running Tips

Fast Food Recipe: Quinoa and Edamame Salad with Oranges

As a continuation of our mouth-watering Fast Food Recipe Series, Brooks brings you another quick-to-prepare and fresh dish from our very own corporate chef Connie. Today’s installment is a light and flavorful quinoa dish featuring a homemade dressing. All of our Fast Food Recipes are first made for lunch at the Brooks offices to ensure they… Read more »

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Aug | 6
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Running Tips

Guest Post: How to Mix Running & Romance

By guest blogger Jennipher Walters, co-founder of FitBottomedGirls. How I love thee, let me count the miles… Mile 1: Running together is fun! Look at us jogging like one of those happy couples you see on TV. Mile 2: Hmmm, is my partner wanting to run faster, slower? Why isn’t he talking? Mile 3: Just… Read more »

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Jul | 19
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Running Tips, Shoes & Gear

Guest Post: Tips for Hot Weather Running

By Nuun Guest Bloggers Jesse Kropelnicki and Jaime Windrow of The Core Diet When the weather gets hot, there are some basic hydration guidelines you should follow before, during and after your training sessions. However, when the summer months kick into high gear and the rise in temperature and humidity cause you to break out… Read more »

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