• Timex Camp this year was in the beautiful sunny Tuscon, Arizona. Besides a few other cities, this is an athlete’s paradise this time of year. With Mt. Lemmon nearby and the University of Arizona’s recreational pool at our disposal (thanks Timex & Team Sports Inc.), Tuscon was a perfect fit for us all. DAY 1:…

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  • MARCH 20, 2015 BY MARISSA DIPIETRO (Originally on FitFluential.com) Sponsored by Timex #ONEGPS+ Check any runner’s Instagram and you’ll find scores of pictures, beautifully lit from the morning sunshine, featuring a watch displaying their distance, time, and heart rate. Let’s be honest – it’s the cool thing to do. And it really is a great feeling, being able to look down…

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  • By Wendy Mader The Horsetooth Half Marathon is a local favorite. My first race of the season for many years. In 2011 I ran the Horsetooth Half Marathon Course with Athletes in Tandem. I have run it every year since with them except 2014 when the snow and wet weather prevented the kids from joining the event….

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MARCH 20, 2015 BY MARISSA DIPIETRO (Originally on FitFluential.com) Sponsored by Timex #ONEGPS+ Check any runner’s Instagram and you’ll find scores of pictures, beautifully lit from the morning sunshine, featuring a watch displaying their distance, time, and heart rate. Let’s be honest – it’s the cool thing to do. And it really is a great feeling, being able to look down…

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By Sarah Wassner Flynn, active.com Every road cyclist should have the opportunity to feel the adrenaline rush of riding fast in a pack. It is truly an exhilarating experience. While pack riding is an integral part of road racing, even group training rides or organized charity rides can involve large numbers of cyclists riding in…

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By Matt Fitzgerald, active.com Right before a race, the last thing you want to do is tire yourself out. Your primary objective is conserving energy for the test ahead. It’s hard to imagine a better way to sabotage a race than doing a hard workout moments before the race begins. Starting a race immediately after…

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By Dr. Jason Karp, active.com Estrogen is the single biggest difference between you and that guy running next to you in a race. It’s a powerful hormone, influencing many aspects of a woman’s physiology, from metabolism to glycogen storage and lung function to bone health. While a man’s hormonal environment is pretty stable, your hormonal…

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