Lesley Hocking

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The Best (and Worst) Post Race Foods

What to eat when the post-race food options are less than desirable.

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Ten Crazy Things Runners Do for Good Luck

Listing the strange superstitions that runners follow for a competitive edge.

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Highlights of the U.S. Olympic Trials

These memorable moments from the track and field trials might not be what you’d have thought.

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Should Modesty Go Out the Window at a Race?

I’ve seen runners stripping down, peeing in public, and more. The catch? They’re mostly women.

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How to Lose That Extra Winter Weight

Three approaches to losing weight now that it’s summer.

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Six Adductor Exercises to Build Stregngth

Women are up to six times more likely to need extra strength in this target area.

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Six Adductor Exercises to Build Strength

Women are up to six times more likely to need extra strength in this target area.

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Why Should You Run In Rain, Snow, Sleet, and Mud?

Because it can make a run flat-out fantastic, that’s why.

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Last-Minute Tips from a Boston Marathon Veteran

If you’re running the Marathon this year, these last few days can be the most important.

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To Aleve or Not to Aleve

Which anti-inflammatories can help runners, and when should they be taken?

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How to Drink and Run

Hangovers will never be fun to run through, but there are ways to moderate the misery.

How to do a Plank Pose
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In Praise of Planks

Why this core workout should replace your sit-ups entirely.

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Athletes, Don’t Forget to Rest

If exercise is good, then running seven days a week is better than six, right? Wrong.