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Demystifying Pregnant and Postpartum Running: The Unique Journeys of 3 Moms Who Fly By Sara Tanza PT, DPT

Running during pregnancy and postpartum is beautiful and challenging. To learn more from people at different phases in their motherhood journeys, we chatted with Chelsea Sodaro (CS), Tiffany James (TJ) and Magdalena Boulet (MB). Chelsea is a HOKA Triathlete who lives in Davis, CA and is a new mom to 6 week old Skylar. Tiffany

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Finding Motivation with Hannah Halvorsen, Tony Kanaan and Latoya Snell

It can be daunting to lace up your shoes and take those first steps out the door. We’re all busy and tired, and sometimes just the thought of heading outside for jog or long walk is enough to get a little comfier on the couch and tell Netflix we’re still watching. However, the simple routine and

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Stretches to Help Relieve and Prevent Leg Cramps

You’re striding gracefully along at a quick clip, endorphins at full blast, loping toward a new personal best – then alarm bells go off, a sudden pain seizes you up in a targeted area, and you’re forced to screech to a halt. Nothing spoils an otherwise perfect run quite like a cramp. Maybe it’s an

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Couples Running: The HOKA Guide

Running inspires passion. Those who love it love it: the early mornings, the drive to improve, the taste of fresh air in your lungs. Sharing a common passion with someone is one of the greatest joys in life, especially when that person is your partner.   (The Arahi 5 are featured in this image) Exercising with a partner

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How Often Should You Replace Your Running Shoes?

How often should you replace your running shoes? Every case is a little different. Shoe construction, body weight, biomechanics, running surface, weather, storage, and maintenance can all contribute to the overall pace of wear for your running shoes. The typical lifespan for a pair of running shoes falls in the 250-500 mile range, which in

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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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