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Prostate Cancer Prevention, Part I

By Mark Saunders “A healthy prostate cannot exist in an unhealthy body.” — Dr. Jesse Stoff, M.D. “Prevention is bunk!” That’s what a prominent urologist shouted at the presenter during a prostate cancer symposium I attended recently. The audience chuckled politely,...

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September Is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

By Mark Saunders As a prostate cancer survivor and co-author of two books on the subject, I think it’s important to bring a little “awareness” to National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. The art and science of prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment are changing...

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Living Out the Dream

There was one thing that Justin Roberts always dream about becoming and that was a ring announcer for World Wrestling Entertainment. Then it happened. Justin went from playing with action figures of the Ultimate Warrior, the “Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels, Bret...

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Be Prepared Be Concentrated

By Lamar Lowery You must be prepared for any situation. You also must have good concentration. Be prepared. Be concentrated. Here’s why. Big muscles may look great, but they are not really ideal for anything besides being able to lift heavy stuff. Functional fitness...

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Program Yourself for Success

Program yourself for success... From Jeff Galloway's book, Mental Training for Runners, Meyer & Meyer Sport, 2016 When I told her I was writing a book on motivation, my wife Barbara asked “for what do you want to be motivated?” At first, most runners tend to...

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Staying Relentlessly Positive

By Gary Dudney There comes a point in any race, or for that matter in performing any hard-fought task, when fear and self-doubt creep into your thinking and your inner dialogue turns negative. “I can’t keep this up. I didn’t train hard enough for this. The pain is...

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Read the Movie Watch the Book

By Paget Hines Many students are currently reading one of the most ACCLAIMED novels of all time: The Great Gatsby. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s legendary portrait of the EXTRAVAGANCE of the LIBERTINE 1920s is a staple of high school English classes. Many students find that...

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The Case for Reading Running Books

By Gary Dudney, author of The Tao of Running: Your Journey to Mindful and Passionate Running  Running can seem very much like a “just do it” kind of thing. You run. You sweat. When you’re done, you’re happy with yourself. End of story, move on. Why would you need to...

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The World’s First National Park

Check out these Fun Facts put together for your enjoyment by, Michael Joseph Oswald, author of Your Guide to the National Parks   March 1, 1872 ◆ Yellowstone ◆ It is the world’s first national park. At more than 2.2 million acres, it is larger than Rhode Island...

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Why is Vocabulary Important?

By Paget Hines The conversation about vocabulary typically centers on standardized testing. It is true that vocabulary study is integral to obtaining a top score on these tests, but the value of a strong vocabulary transcends standardized tests. Test scores are one...

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Saint on the Couch Sinner on the Bike

By Ingrid Loos Miller How to be a saint on the couch and a sinner on the bike? How do you do fuel your training and lose weight at the same time? It is very difficult. Weight loss is the first priority now. Your performance might suffer, so put it on the backburner...

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Embracing the Suck

By Gary Dudney My book The Tao of Running: Your Journey to Mindful and Passionate Running could just as easily have been entitled How to Embrace the Suck or Embracing the Suck because one way or the other learning how to “embrace the suck” is part of every chapter in...

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