Post-op Update (ACLr)
By mdbryson, May 30, 2016
Five days after my ACL reconstruction and I’ve happily been off pain medication since Friday morning. When I work up Friday after actually sleeping decently, a small victory in and of itself, I simply noted that the dull pain I felt wasn’t distracting or all that unbearable. Read more
By Jessica Nobert, May 30, 2016
I started recovering from physical therapy and it has been a bit hard as I am not up to par to run with some of my friends. I am only up to Read more
Lacing up for mental health
By Anna Ter Beek, May 29, 2016
Yesterday I participated in the Hope Network 5 in 1 marathon relay to raise awareness for mental health. Did you know that this year, one in five adults will experience a mental illness—and with early intervention, we can reduce the devastating effects? As a mental health professional and a runner myself, participating in this event was a great way to have a fun day with some of my fellow running friends, stay healthy, and raise money for a great cause that is near to my heart.
Why Girls on the Run is my favorite “race” of the year!
By Betsey Ingraham, May 28, 2016
Last February my 8 year old niece, Hannah, asked me to be her Running Buddy for the Kent County GOTR. At the time I considered myself still new to running. I wasn’t very consistent, but thought….why not!? When your 9 year old niece asks you to support her for 3.1 miles, you say YES with all the joy in your heart.
Good for only Thirty Years/Road to Recovery
By mdbryson, May 27, 2016
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getting back on track
By Danielle Rittner, May 26, 2016
My nutrition lately has gone ba-bye!!!! I am literally eating any and all food that is not nutritional in any way! Potato chips? Yup..pass them to me. Ice cream? Please and could you pour some caramel on that for me! Read more
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