There is nothing wrong with running away from your problems, as long as you purchased your shoes here.
A good way to get in shape is to turn off the computer and go run!
Please be patient while we get all the stuff moved over to the new site. Any suggestions and comments are most welcome.
Stop by on the 3rd Thursday of each month (5-7 pm) and we'll give you a hand with your running dings and dents! Put on by Injury experts, Traverse City's own Excel Rehab. No appointment needed. Call 933.9242 for more information. Wow!
Whether you're training for a fall spring or just enjoying the great outdoors, don't be sidelined by a nagging injury or chronic pain, HELP IS HERE! www.probilitypt.com for information.
You will receive one-on-one time with a highly trained physical therapist who will provide you with a FREE injury evaluation, gait evaluation, and assist you with any other questions/concerns you may have! Our goal is to keep you on the roads this year running strong and healthy!
|We run as one, July 3, 2013
When feeling happy, heading out for a run increases the joy; on the flip side, a good run can also chase away the blues. The run is one of life's great coping tools, truly a gift to those of us who run. When the bombs went off in Boston, we headed out and ran, when our friend Amy was fighting for her life after being hit by a truck, we ran. Grief shared is grief diminished, we grieved, we shared. As I listened to the tragic news story of the 19 firefighters killed in the line of duty I felt the need to run, to think... I was struck by the thought of why we build memorials and how important it is to have a place to share our sense of loss and to give tribute to those who gave their all. I've mentioned recently that a new memorial for local fallen first responders will be dedicated on October 5th at the corner of Hines Drive and Haggerty Road with the first running of the "Heroes on Hines" half marathon and 5K, where all proceeds from the event will go to cover the cost and ongoing upkeep of the memorial. The memorial will be a place for families to grieve and a place for the community to come together. Please join us as the running community once again comes together for each other. Commit now at heroesonhines.com
Run for them,
Randy Step, an admitted obsessed runner who is proud of our great fitness community
P.S. Heroes on Hines is perfect for a last long run, two weeks out from the Detroit Free Press events. Many of us will run some miles before the start to get in our final long marathon training run, more info to come on this.
P.S. Selection of the 50 Best Running Stores in America is underway! Vote for Running Fit!