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Pistol Squats Give You A Powerful Stride

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Looking for a more smooth and powerful stride when you run? To do that many skills need to be expressed at the same time. Those skills being strength, efficiency, power, & coordination. How do you build those skills? By strength training. Here’s an exercise to help you get started. The pistol squat. This exercise helps […]

No Sugar Challenge

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Without Limit Endurance Team presented by Sheally Nationwide Insurance Group NO ADDED SUGAR CHALLENGE %FIRST_NAME% Monday starts 2018’s first NO SUGAR CHALLENGE.  The challenge is 25 days long starting Monday April 9th through Thursday May 3rd (Port Land Grille Social) Many of us are not aware what has added sugar in it and what is […]

Without Limits Wilmington April Newsletter

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  Race Confident and in Control Racing is the act of your preparation and training. Part of the Without Limits workouts and training programs are to develop self-belief so you arrive at the starting line feeling confident and ready to enjoy your race. Some athletes are better than others at handling stress and pressure, but our coaches […]

PR SECRET WEAPON: Mobility + Range of Motion

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As a runner we are always looking for the next big thing. That “special something” that is going to make us faster and stronger…. things we can do to help us tackle our next PR or podium spot. Runners have a wide range of tools in their belts. Intervals, speed work, core work, and strength […]

TIPS For When Your Race Day Form Falls Apart

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Coach Maleia goes in depth on “If your form starts to fall apart during a race”. Check out her  great list of tips and put them in your race day “back pocket”. “When I was running a 50k in January, there was a specific spot on the course that my hip and ITband would start […]

7 Tips to Taper SMART

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By Sara Johnson Many runners training for a spring marathon are either in the middle of training or getting ready for taper. Any good training program will include a period of training at decreased mileage before race day. However this period, also known as tapering, is one of the most feared and misunderstood parts of […]

The Importance of Warm-ups and Dynamics

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Let’s talk about the importance of Warmups and Dynamics and why you should NOT skip them on your long runs. The warm-up is widely viewed as a simple measure to prepare your body for exerciseThe warm-up is widely viewed as a simple measure to prepare your body for exerciseThe warm-up is widely viewed as a […]

Rocks, Hills & 15ks for Wilmington athletes

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To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift. It was a very busy first part of February with lots of trail runs, 5ks, 10ks and 15ks. Everyone is gearing up for marathon season and rocking their training races. Way to go WOL team! Uwharrie 20 and 40 Miler It was an […]

WOL Athletes are bringing the HEAT in October!

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“I am building a fire, and everyday I train, I add more fuel. At just the right moment, I light the match.” – you Congratulations to all our incredible athletes for an amazing start to October’s races. VOTE FOR YOUR ATHLETES OF THE MONTH IRONMAN/ TRI IRONMAN MARYLAND Walt Greer YOU ARE AN IRONMAN Sub […]

Write a Letter to Yourself Before You Race

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Coach Sami, challenged all of her Ironman Louisville athletes to “write a letter to themselves” before race day. She plans on saving these and mailing them next year as a reminder, but having said that, she did one for herself… CAUTION: THE SAMI ZONE Samiism’s, Trueisms, and Personal Material Ahead Read at Your Own Risk […]

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