Run on the ground. Welcome to the January/February issue of the underground. Lots of great stuff in this issue with articles on all things running: performance, health, racing news, witty commentary, and, of course, athlete profiles. As always, the digital copy of the magazine is free, but if you would like to purchase a hard copy you may do so via the hp MagCloud site. In either medium, get reading and tell your running buddies to do the same. Anybody can subscribe to this magazine, and it’s free–just click here.
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Table of Contents
Lane 1: Performance
Strength Training for Runner by Kristin Barry
Tempo with Hills by Nate Jenkins
Lane 2: Body Shop
Running during Pregnancy by Ian Nurse
Lane 3: Nutrition
3 Marathon Recipes by Rob Bond
Olympic Marathon Trials Preview by Muddy
Lane 4: Commentary
The Treadmill by Anna Tomasulo
Bagging New Hampshire by Dave Dunham
Drawing by Allison Lynch
“Elemental” by Ray Charbonneau
Fastest Marathons Times by State
Music Selections by @kevbalance
Learn the Legion
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Vermont City Marathon
New Bedford Half Marathon
5 College Realtors 10 Miler
Wellness in Motion Boston
Boston Prep 16 Miler
Fitzgerald Physical Therapy
Old Fashioned 10 Miler
3C Race Productions
Run 4 Kerri
An Ras Mor
The Stew Chase
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