Monthly Archives: June 2016

Episode 17 Podcast — Olympic Hopefuls Melville and Mannozzi

In Episode 17, Miranda Melville and Michael Mannozzi each talk about the road to the Olympic Trials. Links Mentioned in the Podcast: Michael Mannozzi donation page Miranda Melville USATF Race Walking Dave McGovern, World Class Racewalking … Continue reading

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What Happens After a Few Weeks on Whole30

I started the Whole30 eating plan for a couple of reasons. I have digestion issues and thought it would help me pinpoint the foods that are the cause. I have not been making good food choices for a while, and … Continue reading

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A Cautionary Tale: Pineapple and Smoothies

Recently, a doctor recommended I eat half of a pineapple every day because of the natural anti-inflammatory properties of the fruit. No problem, I thought. I love pineapple. When I actually tried to eat that much pineapple several days in … Continue reading

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4 Convenient Ways to Carry Your Essentials

During training walks and races I need to carry things with me, and that can be difficult when my workout clothes don’t have pockets. Luckily, there are many inventive people who have come up with creative ways to carry essentials. … Continue reading

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Podcast 16 — Bountiful Gifts Walkers Only Half Marathon

June 4 was the inaugural Bountiful Gifts Half Marathon in Massillon, Ohio. This walkers only race also features a 5K and 10K. The night before this year’s race, I had dinner with race director Jackie Prosise and interviewed her for … Continue reading

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