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How to Stop Negative Thinking

Negative thoughts, doubts, fears, and anxieties "keep us cloudy in our heads, and slow us down," says Barbara Walker, a Cincinnati-based sports psychologist. Walker, a certified consultant of the American Association for Applied Sport Psychology, offers these tips to nip negative thinking in the bud.

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It's Not You, It's Me

"Well, uh, I dated a lot of other sports over the years. Hockey. Tennis. Soccer. I totally had a thing for football, but—" it was still a sore subject—"it didn't work out."

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7 Reasons to Start Strength Training

The work you do off the road can make you faster, fitter, and help you reach your racing goals. "For most runners, strength training provides huge benefits that can't be gained by distance runs alone," says masters coach and runner Pete Magill.

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Boredom-Busting Treadmill Workouts

Treadmill workouts don't have to feel like torture. By mixing your runs with a variety of structured workouts, the runs can actually be fun!

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From "No Possible Way" to No Boundaries

Since its inception in 2006, thousands have participated in Fleet Feet Sports No Boundaries "NoBo" training programs across the nation.

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Fuel Up Right For Winter Running

These foods, recommended by Pamela Nisevich Bede, a registered dietitian and sports nutrition expert with Swim, Bike, Run, Eat!, can help you stay healthy until spring arrives.

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Preparing For Your First Group Run

Ready to try something new? Why you should consider a group run or training program.

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Winter Running Tips

With the ice, snow, frigid temperatures, and short supply of daylight, it's easy to let your running routine - and your fitness - slide in winter. But with the right gear, and a few precautions, you can keep your training on track.

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Apparel Matters

Wintery Mix: From running at the gym to running errands, add style and warmth with these key pieces.

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Running is for Lovers

Runners can be all sorts of things, good and bad. They can be real saints. They can be real jerks. But they cannot be apathetic. The sport simply doesn't allow it.

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