Twin Cities in Motion

Blog Archive

Mar 2012

Monday, March 5, 2012

Weight-Loss & Marathon Training

by Ann Freeman

A few weeks ago, I posted about my running and training plan - specifically, using Hal Higdon for my 2 half-marathons and the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon this year. I feel fairly confident about my running plan for the upcoming year, however, a recent doctor's visit (including height and weight measurements) revealed a need to focus on my diet and nutrition.

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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Remembering Sally

by Twin Cities In Motion

One year ago today, Sally Meyerhoff was tragically killed after being struck by a vehicle while training on her bike.

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Monday, March 19, 2012

100% Irish for a Day Race Recap

by Rebecca DeJarlais

Festive attire, warm weather, and Irish spirit were the big stories from Twin Cities In Motion’s 100% Irish for a Day 5K and 10 Mile on Saturday, March 10. Despite a steady breeze near the start and finish at Lake Harriet, temperatures at race time soared to the upper 40s, 30 degrees higher than conditions at last year’s event.

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Making the Most of Your Stride

by Mayo Clinic

Runners who get the most out of every stride seek to achieve the perfect technique for their body type. As with any sport, proper technique can help you optimize performance and avoid injuries.

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Racing Toward the Marathon

by Pete Miller- Life Time Fitness

Incorporating shorter races into your marathon build-up can be a beneficial part of your training program. If planned correctly, the shorter events will help prepare you for the upcoming 26.2 miles. Racing can provide both physical and mental benefits.

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100% Irish for a Day in Kuwait

by Twin Cities In Motion

Back in January, SSG Rene Herrera with the Minnesota National Guard contacted TCM about his desire to participate in our 100% Irish for a Day TC 10 Mile race on March 10. There was just one small problem: He is currently stationed in Kuwait. 

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