The Running Front

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It’s Smoothie Time

It’s Smoothie Time

6 February 2017

Newton Running Athlete and Chef Justin Cogley shares with us a tasty smoothie that is great as a pre or post workout. Pear, Fennel, Soy milk, Apple, Mint Smoothie Ingredients: 2 heads of fennel, chopped or if you have a juicer. juice it. 1 cup soy milk 1 teaspoon fennel seed (toasted and ground)* 1 teaspoon maca […]

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Cold Weather Running Tips

Cold Weather Running Tips

27 January 2017

By: Mackenzie Madison, M.S. Exercise Physiology, USAT Level I Coach and Newton Running Athlete The beauty of endurance running is that for the most part you can virtually run anywhere in the world, in any weather. As runners we typically correlate our training periods to the seasons: winter is base, spring is speed with 5k’s and […]

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Half Marathon Training

Half Marathon Training

24 January 2017

How do you train for a 13.1 mile race? Getting yourself ready to tackle your first half marathon isn’t all physical preparation, but the mental and emotional piece of it is just as important! Newton Running Ambassador and Coach Steve Johnson shares with us his half marathon training schedule that will get you ready to tackle your first 13.1 mile race in just 8 weeks! *Please note this training schedule is designed for runners who are currently running around 20 miles a week, with a frequency of 4-5 runs, with occasional speed workouts.  See below for an overview of what your training entails: *Easy...

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Roasted Chicken Salad

Roasted Chicken Salad

6 January 2017

Newton Running Athlete and Chef, Justin Cogley brings us a easy chicken salad recipe. A great, light option after all of your filling holiday meals!   Roasted Chicken, Carrot, Buckwheat Croutons, Sorrel, and Gem lettuce Salad Ingredients FOR THE ROAST CHICKEN olive oil 1 free-range chicken sea salt freshly ground pepper a small bunch of fresh thyme […]

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#Extraordinary – Brenda Guajardo

#Extraordinary – Brenda Guajardo

28 December 2016

We recommend new Newton Runners start out taking their shoes out for a 3 to 4 mile spin to get used to the lugs. Before she was even a Newton Running athlete, Brenda Guajardo took a pair of Women’s Motions right out of the box for a 20 mile run. “It was a moment that […]

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