Outdoor Cycling Safety

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By Coach Aaron Kolk: We all know the Without Limits Cycle Studio is the preferred place to train but the outdoor weekend rides still have their place.  :). For me, I loved riding at Wrightsville Beach one way with the wind to see the MPH go up and  back into the wind to practice lower […]

How Swimming and Running Compliment Each Other?

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By Coach Kristen Jeno Coupling of swimming and running can be one of the most effective cross-training exercises for athletes. Both routines are cardiovascular exercises that improve endurance, recovery and core strength. For runners, swimming actually takes pressure off overworked joints, especially those in the knees, while strengthening total muscle mass. For swimmers on the […]

Walk to Run Testimony from Tayler Robinson

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For the two years that I have known my fiancé, Nick Monroe, he has raved about this running program he’s a part of called Without Limits. At first I kind of selectively listened to what all he would say about it, that is until I realized that pretty much every conversation we had consisted of […]

The Sun Protection Guide for Athletes

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If you quickly slap on a face lotion with SPF 15 just minutes before your afternoon run, and call it a day, you are not doing enough to protect your skin… or your training! Athletes who focus hard on taking care of their bodies with training plans, proper nutrition and adequate rest, but then go out […]

25 Years of Running | Global Running Day | Why I still run

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After 25 years, I thought this is a good time to list the reasons why I still run, and how I started and hope that anyone reading this will find some inspiration to continue on and never stop. I can vividly remember my very first run June of ‘94.  My dad took me to the […]

Hydration in the Heat

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Photo credit: Puroxi By:  Diana Davis RD LD CDE It’s that time of year again – hot, humid, muggy May! We know it’s only going to get worse as we head into summer, but we still want/need to train to maintain fitness or get ready for the next event. The most important detail of your […]

Being Without Limits by Alecia Williams

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There is a saying in the sports world that says, “play for the name on the front of your jersey”! When I look at this picture, I think about the name on my Tri Jersey, “Without Limits” what does that mean when you suddenly find yourself with some real “physical limits”? For those who don’t […]

March 2019 Newsletter

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    Without Limits WITHOUT LIMITS IN THE COMMUNITY A big part of Without Limits is our partnerships with local organizations that directly effect our community. From Without Limits Athletes pushing/pulling/biking Ainsley’s Angles for their first Triathlon, to raising awareness and funds for local schools, city events, and children and adults living with disabilities, we […]

Race Director, Tom Clifford reflects on 10 years of Marathon Madness

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July 2009: I was 24 years old sitting at Lighthouse Beer and Wine in Wrightsville Beach, NC and said: “We need a full marathon in Wilmington”.  There is something about 26.2 miles that brings the best out of people and a community. I love running and what it does for the human soul.  Most people […]

The Battleship North Carolina Half Marathon acquired by new local ownership

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The Battleship North Carolina Half Marathon acquired by new local ownership By Kaitlyn Ley kaitlyn@its-go-time.com March 13, 2019 Wilmington, NC – Southeastern North Carolina’s longest continually running long distance road race, The Battleship North Carolina Half Marathon, has been acquired in a partnership by two of North Carolina’s most recognizable running brands: Without Limits and Go Time Race Management. The race, […]

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