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by Rod O’Donnell - After a year unlike any other in American history, there were many positive things that occurred in the sport of track & field, proving once again that those who are involved in it are special people.

By Richard Ferguson, Ph.D. - Sometimes running can be frustrating. As much as you love to run and as much as running has to offer, there are times when things just don’t seem to go well. Injuries, fatigue, poor performances, stress etc. can all cause discouragement and in some cases, a sense of hopelessness.

Steaming hot summers bring up nutrition questions for runners who are training and competing in the heat:

Why Can’t I Lose Those Last Few Pounds???

“I can’t lose weight like I used to. I must be eating too many carbs”
“Do you think a keto diet is a good way to drop a few pounds?”

Matt (left) With Arnold at the 5k Pump and Run

34 year run as the Watterson boys and girls cross country coach ends

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