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Kacie Cleveland Can’t Stop Climbing

At one point, Kacie Cleveland thought she would never be able to walk, let alone run again. Now she's breaking records in rollerblading and stair climbing. Who knows what she'll accomplish next? Read More »

Climbing in the Name of Camaraderie

Not only did these Military Men complete the 7 Summits Challenge. They did push ups in extreme conditions to honor Americans fallen soldiers. Read More »

Marathon Mom: Running After Pregnancy

Less than five months after her baby boy was born, Dr. Angela Lanning, an ophthalmologist, ran a sub-three-hour Boston Marathon, proving that a career- and family-oriented woman can still find the time and energy to train. Read More »

Yoga Can Be for Everyone…Even Runners

Runners don’t typically buy into the yoga hype, and yogis are often equally discriminating against pounding the pavement. But Alice Toyonga believes in the benefits of both, mostly because they both helped save her life. Read More »

Is Sea Salt Really Healthier Than Table Salt?

Many Americans mistakenly believe that sea salt is healthier than table salt. The marketing efforts of advertisers are perpetuating that trend, when in fact, the truth may surprise you. Read More »

World Cup Referees Train Much Like Players

World Cup referees might not be the athletes the players are, but you might be surprised at the level of training that goes into officiating on the world’s biggest soccer stage. Read More »

The SandBell: A Safer Workout

Hyperwear’s introduction of the SandBell has attracted school districts and kids with its invitingly colorful designs. More importantly, it’s safe, effective and versatile for all ages. Read More »

10 signs that you speak the athlete language

Athletes just have a way about them, a walk, and especially a talk, that you can spot from a mile away. If these 10 things are part of your everyday vocabulary, you’re most definitely an athlete. Read More »

Chance Leonard: You Are an Ironman

For the past 30 years, Chance Leonard has lived with the consequences of a spinal injury he suffered at the age of 15. That's 10,950 days. Not one of them has been spent painlessly. But if you think that's stopping him, think again. Read More »

Community Workout Groups Across US

Beginning in Boston, community workout groups known as “November Project” are spreading to major cities all across the country. Read More »

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