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Goals are part of youth running. There are classroom goals, like tracking on a map the miles run during recess, a journey to a landmark or across the country. There are goals built around earning awards, the finishers’ medal, or the T-shirt or water bottle. And, of course, goals set by a coach or parent for the child to aspire to; a faster time or completing some run, or winning a trophy as the best team in some local race.

Thanks to the Internet, we can easily become overloaded with conflicting nutrition information. A few Google searches will leave you confused about carbs, calories, keto, inflammation, weight management, and sports supplements. How do you know what and whom to believe?   

NEW YORK CITY (October 31, 2019) -- Frontier X, the next-generation, chest-worn tech device that gives runners and coaches the most accurate read on effort, training load, and heart health, will make its global debut at a New York City launch event on Thursday, Oct. 31 and at the TCS New York City Marathon Expo during the days preceding the Nov. 3 marathon. 

In the September/October issue, 2009, of RunOhio, “Life Lessons from Cross-Country” first appeared. In this month’s issue, an updated and revised version of the original article is presented. In an attempt to keep our wonderful sport vibrant and relevant in our athletic world, we must sell it and communicate how special it truly is to parents, coaches, athletic administrators, and others who are involved.

2020 Arnold Sports Festival - The Arnold Sports Festival USA founded in Columbus, Ohio, in 1989 and now features nearly 22,000 athletes from 80 nations competing in morethan 80 sports and events.

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