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SEOTR all started with one goal - to help foster a community of trail runners in Southeastern Ohio.

By Richard Ferguson, Ph.D. - The elusive concept called confidence is one topic, which is continually bantered about in all sport pursuits. Does confidence lead to success, or does success lead to confidence? Is confidence believing you will never fail? Can confidence lead to less anxiety? All of these are questions, which are often discussed by athletes, coaches and sport psychologists alike. 

By Nancy Clark, MS, RD, CSSD, The average American, spends 24 hours a week online. That includes many runners who spend a lot of time surfing the Web, looking for answers to their nutrition questions. They generally find way too much conflicting information and end up more confused than ever. Hence, the goal of this article is to offer science-based answers to a few popular sports nutrition questions and share some food for thought.

By Randy & Tia Accetta (Randy is the RRCA Director of Coaching Education) - Runners are optimistic by nature, but it’s hard to super optimistic in the face of the current public health crisis of coronavirus and COVID-19.  As an athlete, you may be feeling a little down, a bit stressed, and a lot unmotivated.

I’ve started eating clean; quinoa and brown rice. No more white rice. 

I haven’t had cookies forages. I’m eating clean—no added sugar. 

When I visit my parents, I bring my own food. It’s healthier….


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