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Look Good, Feel Good with Tisha Lanni

My name is Tisha Lanni, and I’m a 44-year-old Jamaican native and mom to Kyra (16), Kayla (12), and Mariana (11). I ran track and field throughout most of my youth, owning the 200 and 400-meter sprints. I was raised in a very religious household and knew at a very young age that I wanted

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Unfinished Business: Jim Walmsley on Project Carbon X 2

HOKA ultrarunner Jim Walmsley set the running world on fire with his 50-mile world record at the 2019 edition of Project Carbon X. However, he has some unfinished business, as he wasn’t able to hold that pace through 100K (roughly 62 miles). With the upcoming Project Carbon X 2 on January 23rd at 7am MST, Jim

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How To Stay Healthy Mentally, Physically, and Emotionally This Winter with Joshua Neal

Hi, I’m Joshua Neal, and I am a Studio Manager, Performer and Inclusion Council Member for Life Time Fitness. Working out and dancing has always been a passion of mine since I was a kid. At the age of 19, I entered the world of fitness as a hi/lo and step instructor. From that moment

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Ways to Take Control Of Your Mental Health Through Movement

A new year signals the chance to ease our way into routines that support healthier and more balanced lives. Dr. Danielle Richardson is helping people do just that through feeling-focused yoga classes and wellness retreats. The Los Angeles based optometrist and founder of Fierce Clarity supports busy women as they envision more holistic lives. She

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Native Women Running with Verna Volker

Verna Volkner is an ultra runner and a Diné woman from New Mexico, who currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Diné is what the Navajo People call themselves in their own language, which means “The People”. Upon introduction, the traditional way a Diné person introduces themselves is naming their clans.  This tells you where they’re from

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Choosing the Right Shoe for your New Year’s Resolution

New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep. Like any commitment, following through means taking the steps necessary to set yourself up for success.  Part of that is having the right gear and finding the right fit. Whether you’ve decided to train for a marathon or just want to get outside more, the wrong running shoes

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