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BEYOND RUNNING… Small changes to your daily routine that can make a BIG difference on race day!!

BEYOND RUNNING… Small changes to your daily routine that can make a BIG difference on race day!!

By Headsweats Ultrarunner and Ambassador –Susan Schenberg Many runners focus their energy on simply running more often, in order to become a better runner. Sadly, this commonly results in injury and burnout. Here are some simple daily changes that will pay off big time on race day.     What Are You Thinking? During a race, you will experience many highs and lows. Having the ability to control your mindset can positively affect your outcome. Here are a few of my…

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Schaap Flexes Her Muscles at the Western Michigan Stage Race

Schaap Flexes Her Muscles at the Western Michigan Stage Race

Amanda Schaap of Jenison, MI won the general classification at this past weekend’s 2nd annual Western Michigan Stage Race (WMSR) in the women’s category 3/4. Clear skies, sunshine and temperatures upward of 80 degrees Fahrenheit were a fixture for the event. One of the newest members to Team Kenda, Amanda was presented by Geargrinder, a women-only team based in Indiana which, since 1999, has been helping women compete on their bikes around the nation. Amanda is a registered nurse who…

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