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The Elephant in the Room…

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Amazon. There, I said it. It gets mentioned in the shop a good bit and I thought I’d use this space to answer a few questions regarding the retail crusher. I was very hesitant to write about this at all because I don’t want to come off as a finger-wagging complainer. If you are a happy Amazon shopper or if you have never used Amazon, then now may be a good time to go make yourself a sandwich and skip ahead.

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4 Things I Wish I Had Known Before Joining A Collegiate Cross-Country Team

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My name is Mable, and I’m going to be writing for Run Moore as I work on training for my first marathon. I joined McDaniel’s cross-country team after absolutely no athletic experience, and I learned a lot. Many things I learned I had to find out the hard way, but while my limited experience means you can take anything I say with a grain of salt, maybe what I write can help someone else learn those lessons the easy way.

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Brooks Glycerin 16 Review

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Hi guys its Steve again from Run Moore, Carroll County’s Premier Running store in Westminster MD.
Hope you guys enjoy the video comment if you have any questions and we will try to get back to you!

Takeaways:

  • Wider
  • More Breathable
  • More Responsive
  • Looks Better!

Why We Run

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This is my pal, Shane. Shane has MS and has refused to let it slow him down. Last month he competed in historic weather in Boston. This past weekend he battled the heat in the York Marathon. Warm temperatures make any activity even harder for Shane and anyone with MS. Below was an excerpt from an email Shane sent me after his race this weekend.

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May Newsletter

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Last month we hosted a unique and inspiring event with our friends from Altra Running. It featured the founder of the brand and an all-around interesting dude, Golden Harper. He discussed a wide range of topics from being picked on for being the fast kid with the bright red hair to proper form on downhill trail running. The whole night came together very quickly and the feedback we have received has been very positive.

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