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Holiday recipes that are sure to satisfy your cravings, family and training plan
BY MICHAEL CLOUTIER
Thanksgiving can either be your favourite holiday or a dreaded weekend of meal after meal of unhealthy, albeit, delicious food. Our Thanksgiving falls in the middle of the autumn running season, which in some cases means having to choose between a long-awaited competition or a long-prepared family dinner.
Break through fitness plateaus with no excuse cross-training
BY BRENT BISHOP
The key to enhancing sport performance and preventing injury involves incorporating functional strength, joint stability and core integration into your training routine. Proper pelvic, knee and scapular stability are critical to building a resilient and powerful strength foundation.
In 1967, when females were told they couldnâ€™t compete, a Toronto teen stirred controversy
BY DOUG WILLIAMS
These days, Maureen Mancuso doesn't run long distances. At 60, she can't imagine doing a marathon. She'd rather stick to 5K or 10K runs and perhaps a half-marathon if she feels adventurous. She runs only for fun and pays no attention to her times.
Developing speed and power earns the competitive advantage
By KATHLEEN TROTTER
Athletes want to be fast and powerful enough to sprint past or out-maneuver their opponents.Â
As a triathlete, the opponent I care most about beating is not someone else, but myself. I never forget a race in which I had the speed and power needed to blow my personal best out of the water. That type of competitive edge is priceless.