5 Best Running Routes in Chattanooga

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Ahh, the Riverwalk! With 13 miles of paved path (and expanding!), the Riverwalk is a runner’s dream. We can’t promise you won’t have to dodge a few cyclist, or even squirrels, but we can guarantee you’ll enjoy yourself. With water fountains (turned off during the winter), numerous restrooms along the path, lighting in some areas, and well-kept landscaping, the Riverwalk … Read More

Top 11 Gifts under $40

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The GRID foam roller is for anybody who wants to move better. Use the GRID for a self-massage and roll through the tight muscles, knots and kinks that prevent feeling good and moving well. This is the perfect gift for runners who need a deeper stretching routine than just using a standard foam roller. Zensah Compression Leg Sleeves help provide … Read More

5 Guaranteed Products for Plantar Fasciitis Relief

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Plantar fasciitis is known as inflammation of a thick band of tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes. If you have experienced it, you know it is a pain that can not be ignored. Whether you’re an active runner or standing for long periods of time, there is a good chance you have experienced some type of fascia. … Read More

4 Tips for Longer Lasting Shoes

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There is nothing quite like new running shoes; don’t you just wish they could stay that way forever? Although that may not be possible (unless of course you are not running in them), we made a list of a few ways you can enjoy that new shoe feeling a little bit longer. Have a tip to add? Leave us a … Read More

Safe to Run? – Troy Ketchum, Results Physiotherapy

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As training plans ramp up this fall, it’s imperative you have a good answer to keep you running.  Most injuries come from how you adapt your training to handle the aches and pains along the way.   Don’t get me wrong, the latest trend on how to injury proof your knees or back is well worth your time but training … Read More

Consistency – Dean Thompson, Run for God


Malcom Gladwell wrote a book called Outliers where he postulated that anyone who spent enough time doing any one thing would likely become an outlier, or someone who fell outside the normal bell curve. He stated that people who are outliers spent at least 10,000 hours practicing their craft and, thereby, became great, accomplished people.  For every Bill Gates there … Read More