March Inspiration: Meet The Great Kate

Most of us take for granted being able to pull on a pair of shoes and go run or walk a couple miles. But what if one day you found that you couldn’t feel your fingers as they tied your shoes, that your feet kept scuffing the pavement despite your brain screaming at your legs to lift your knees, and

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Why Do You Peachtree?

  For some, the Fourth of July means backyard cookouts, days at the beach, or finding respite from the summer heat by lounging in the lake. For 60,000 others, America’s Independence Day means running, walking and celebrating down Atlanta’s main thoroughfare at the AJC Peachtree Road Race. Each of these participants (including many Mizuno staff and family members) cross the

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Nutrition 101 For Runners: What to Eat Before, During & After

Fueling properly for running helps you make the most of your miles. But of course, good nutrition is about so much more than just what you eat before, during and after exercise. Your food choices throughout your day impact your training, energy levels, body composition and overall health.

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Mizuno’s Serena Burla Dominates USA Half Marathon Championships

HOUSTON—Serena Burla, the 31-year-old mother who resides in Falls Church, Virginia, has twice finished runner up in the USA Half Marathon Championships in Houston. On Sunday, Mizuno’s Burla avenged those second-place finishes with a runaway victory in the USA Half Champs which also was good for her first national championship. Burla defeated a deep field of the top road runners

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