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Competitor Magazine’s Beat Your Best Boston Marathon Superguide Tip #6

KEEP CLEAR OF OVER-STIMULATING YOUR RESERVES OF MOTIVATION AND DETERMINATION TIP #6 By T.J. Murphy Tip number #6—Beware of sub-conscious self-sabotage. If you don’t know the name Buddy Edelen, you should: one of the greatest marathoners in American running history, Edelen was a middle-distance runner from Minnesota who went to live and work in England. […]

Competitor Magazine’s Beat Your Best Boston Marathon Superguide Tip #5

KEEP CLEAR OF OVER-STIMULATING YOUR RESERVES OF MOTIVATION AND DETERMINATION TIP #5 By T.J. Murphy Tip number 5—This tip suggests yes, here’s a way to prevent over-stimulation of motivation reserves, but adding a caution sign so you don’t fly off on a joy ride and end up sailing into a ditch. Having a beer or […]

Competitor Magazine’s Beat Your Best Boston Marathon Superguide Tip #4

KEEP CLEAR OF OVER-STIMULATING YOUR RESERVES OF MOTIVATION AND DETERMINATION TIP #4 By T.J. Murphy Tip number 4—save energy and your marriage at the same time. Did you bring your family along? That’s great, especially if they’re running it too. What, they’re not running? Make sure you have the talk with them that it might […]

Competitor Magazine’s Beat Your Best Boston Marathon Superguide Tip #3

KEEP CLEAR OF OVER-STIMULATING YOUR RESERVES OF MOTIVATION AND DETERMINATION TIP #3 By T.J. Murphy Tip number 3, a little more on the feet. If you’re visiting Boston and want to take in some of the sights over the weekend, choose fun things to do that don’t have you walking around the city, like, for […]

Competitor Magazine’s Beat Your Best Boston Marathon Superguide Tip #2

KEEP CLEAR OF OVER-STIMULATING YOUR RESERVES OF MOTIVATION AND DETERMINATION TIP #2 By T.J. Murphy Tip number 2: Do activities that take your mind off the race. Movies in your hotel room will give your brain a sweet little vacation from the thought of an approaching marathon. And of course there’s nothing like a good […]

Competitor Magazine’s Beat Your Best Boston Marathon Superguide Tip #1

KEEP CLEAR OF OVER-STIMULATING YOUR RESERVES OF MOTIVATION AND DETERMINATION TIP #1 By T.J. Murphy If you’ve made it this far and are within a few days of racing the Boston Marathon, motivation likely hasn’t been a problem. All your training is in the bank, all the long runs, all the tempo, all the daily, […]

Zappos.com Becomes Title Sponsor of Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas

Las  Vegas, NV – June 16, 2010 – The Competitor Group (CGI) today announced a new multi-year agreement with Zappos.com to become the title sponsor of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon & ½ Marathon to Benefit the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA), set for Sunday, December 5 on the Las Vegas […]

Meet Jason Lehmkuhle

Gone are the days when a 2:12 American marathoner could not “fly under the radar.” Jason Lehmkuhle has been around for a while. He is 32 years old and has been running professionally for a decade. He has achieved many worthy accomplishments in that decade, yet most fans of American running do not know much […]

The Doors

The Surest Route To Running Satisfaction May Be The Path Of Least Resistance.  By John Bingham   My grandfather had many favorite expressions—nearly all of which are unfit for publication. But the one he used often as a means of defusing disappointment over some failure was: “When one door closes, another door opens.” In the […]