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Debbie Woodruff
Personal trainer, RRCA certified coach, Runner, Blogger, IDEA
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Tuesday Topics: What is your pre-race routine? via
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Time passes quickly. Do you want to keep when you're old? The time to prepare is when you're young! These tips will help you run forever!
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Prepare When You’re Young to Keep Running When You’re Old on
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No cook Quick & easy sandwich will be on repeat this summer via
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I am struggling through the loss of my dog Olivia. It's so hard to lose a member of the family. Here is her story.
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I am struggling through the loss of my dog Olivia. Here is her story.
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Struggling Through Loss of a Dog on
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 19
Are you considerate when you run? If you're not sure, here are 13.1 Half Marathon Etiquette Rules (that apply to marathons and other races too). Don't be THAT RUNNER.
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 19
Here's a great resource for all runners, beginner to advanced. Find training tips and plans, injury prevention, strength training workouts and more!
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 19
Spice up dinner with tempeh tacos! They're , and delicious! and perfect for too!
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 19
Do you train your posterior deltoids when you work out? Your serratus anterior? Gluteus medius? Learn why these muscles (and others) are important plus some exercises to strengthen them.
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 19
Enjoy your with this delicious Penne Pasta with Cilantro Cream Sauce! It's quick and easy to prepare and oh, so good!
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 19
Whatever your running goals, these 9 tips will help you run a better race (at any distance)!
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 17
Too much sitting (even for active people) can lead to weak, inactive glute muscles. Learning how to activate your glutes can improve and reduce injury.
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 17
Runners need strong, mobile hips and glutes to perform better and avoid injury. The key to strong mobile hips and glutes is to focus on activation, strength, flexibility, and mobility.
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 17
Yeah, I get it. Runners want to run. We ain't got time for no warmup! But, runners, you need it so I created this quick 5 minute dynamic warmup that will activate your glutes, mobilize your hips, and help you run better!
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 17
Adding the to your workout is a great way to challenge your core, balance, and stability. Check out this quick Runner's Core and Hip Workout! via
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Debbie Woodruff Aug 17
Here is a core, hip and glute routine for runners that can be done before or after your run. It will improve your and protect you from injury.
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