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First Thursday Urban Adventure Run is This Thursday

Can you believe it is already time again for that Portland summer running tradition, the First Thursday Urban Adventure Run? Hosted by the wonderful folks at Fleet Feet Sports PDX, this is a free event, open to all runners and walkers, with a chance to win sweet prizes. 266 more words

Portland Metro Running

Fitting In Fitness

When your schedule gets busy, exercise is often the first thing to go. With a little bit of creativity, commitment, and a touch of flexibility, you can always find ways to add in fitness. 445 more words

Fitness

COFFEE WITH CORY: Running With The Flying Irish

If you’re going to run Bloomsday, or just run in Spokane at all, joining The Flying Irish is a must!

Join them for a 3-4 mile run every Thursday night at 6:00pm (Usually at Ripples Riverside Lounge on N. 40 more words

Green and Lean 5K (20:53)

After the Cooper River Bridge Run a few weeks ago, I took a few easy days and a weekend off racing to recover. Still, I wanted one more attempt at a fast 5K before the Summer Sufferfest heat hits in a few weeks, and the Green and Lean 5K fit the bill. 1,059 more words

Race Recaps

Martha's Run 2016

I live close to the start of the run and went down there with sammy for a little walk…to cold and snowy for Sammy…so I brought him home…and went back for the end of the race…it was about 30 degrees for most of the run….and snowy…snow pretty much just sticking to the cars and on the grass…I think the weather kept the participation down but it looked like those who did show up had a good time… 40 more words

The importance of a well-fitting shoe

“A well-fitting shoe is very important to us all. We, of course, recommend that you get fitted for your athletic shoes at a specialty running store such as Fleet Feet. 638 more words

Postpartum Strong

The Shoe Saga Continues

To recap: I went to Fleet Feet for some new shoes, and after running 30-some miles in them, I decided they weren’t working for me. I went to exchange them and didn’t get a lot of help. 640 more words

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