Mom on the Run: Training During the Summer

I am a mom of three boys so summer can be FUN, exhausting and just downright CHAOTIC. The weather is hotter, the days are longer and the kids are louder. For most of us, we need to find some sort of ZEN so we don’t turn into a mommy monster. This is why I rely on my runs to get me through each day.

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From Peachtree Junior to AJC Peachtree Road Race 

Growing up in a family of runners, it was tradition for my mom and dad to run the AJC Peachtree Road Race every year. My grandparents and uncle would even drive from Florida to join us.   Naturally, our family’s annual tradition rubbed off on me. I walked the walk and dressed as a mini running adult in running shorts and singlets while other kids wore oversized t-shirts. I did my fair share of 1-mile fun runs without

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Have a Healthy Memorial Day Barbeque

With the warmer weather and longer days, summer is a great time for cook-outs. Check out these tips and recipes from Good Measure Meals for navigating barbecue season while staying on track with your health goals. Meat, Poultry & Fish Meat tends to be the star of the barbecue. Here’s how to make it healthier: Grill fish more often Skinless

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May Inspiration: Team Blind Pete

Waking up every morning to train for a 5k, Half Marathon or Obstacle Course Race is no easy task. For Pete, or Blind Pete as many call him, it’s a little more difficult but he doesn’t let that stop him.   With a little help from his guide, Joey, and his devotion to inspire others, Pete trains day after day. Together, Pete and Joey have ran 43 Obstacle Course Races (OCR) and 20+ road and trail races last year

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