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Staying Safe on the Streets, Advice from Mindy Przeor

Staying Safe on the Streets, Advice from Mindy Przeor

October 24, 2022

I started my endurance sport journey about 16 years ago.  At that time, I’d throw on my shoes and head...

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100 Half Marathons in Newtons, a Gretchen Schoenstein Story

100 Half Marathons in Newtons, a Gretchen Schoenstein Story

October 7, 2022

Doctors told me I’d never run again after battling a brutal and debilitating autoimmune disease. But this Fall, I’m running my 105th half marathon – more importantly, my 100th-half-in-a-row in Newton running shoes

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Yoga As Active Recovery

Yoga As Active Recovery

October 1, 2020

Below you will find a series of Yoga poses designed with runner’s in mind.  By following this guide and utilizing these poses you’ll feel more connected and stronger with every run. Try them out and let us know how you #FeelNewton. REVOLVED CRESCENT LUNGE Tips: Twist the spine to one side, hooking the elbow outside of […]

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Tapering 101: The Basics You Need To Know

Tapering 101: The Basics You Need To Know

August 30, 2019

Taper. We've all heard the word, but how do you execute one properly? We've brought in a Newton Running Professional Athlete...

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Triathlon Tip #2

Triathlon Tip #2

March 5, 2019

Thinking about taking on a full or 70.3 Ironman Race, but don’t know how to train? We’ve compiled expert advice from Newton Running professional athletes to let you in on their training tips. We cover everything from how to eat right while on the road, how to get the most out of tempo runs and how […]

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What is Plantar Fascia?

What is Plantar Fascia?

October 20, 2018

What is Plantar Fascia – by: Newton Running Athlete Dr. Mark Cucuzella Plantar Fasciitis is the common term for what should be more accurately termed Plantar Fasciosis. itits is an acute inflammation caused by a trauma or infection. osis is chronic degenerative condition. No evidence exists for an ideal treatment of this condition without identifying and treating the causes, which can […]

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