Cool Smoothies for Hot Summer Months

As we move into the summer months and the weather heats up, smoothies are a refreshing way for runners to refuel and rehydrate. Store-bought smoothies are often loaded with sugar and can pack in more calories than a meal without the balance of nutrients your body requires for optimal health and fitness. Try making your own smoothies using whole food

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June Inspiration: The Schneider Family

Mizuno: Hi Robyn! Can you begin by introducing your family?   Robyn: Of course!  I love to talk about my family. I am the mom of twin adult sons with autism; Alex (Alie) and Jamie.  They are 27 years old and identical in looks only, as they have grown to have quite contrasting personalities.  As you may know, autism is a neurological and developmental disorder affecting communication and behavior.

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H.I.I.T. It Workout with Chelsea & Mel

Training for your next race can have highs and lows, and sometimes a change of pace or exercises is all you need to keep the energy flowing and motivation strong. Here is an easy and quick exercise designed to shape the quads, glutes, and core to add to your training regime from Chelsea and Mel of hiitit.ca, a fitness duo

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ATC Coaches Corner: The Wingfoot Mile

Photography Credit: Dan McCauley

Top runners from middle school to professional shared the Emory University track to compete in seven thrilling back-to-back performances at the 2018 Wingfoot Mile. With tight finishes and personal bests all night, not even the rain could put a damper on the evening. Mizuno celebrated the top middle and high school runners with Wingfoot Mile kits for all competitors. Men’s

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