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Five Reasons to Spend the Holidays with Fleet Feet Sports

By Ed Griffin The snow on the ground has ushered in the holiday season and all of us at Fleet Feet Sports hope you can relax and enjoy the se…

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Ask the Coach: Dealing with Setbacks (and a history of Coach Phil)

By Coach Phil On this week’s blog I want to go over something that isn’t a question most people usually ask but it’s defini…

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Runner's Blog: If you want to GO, You gotta GLOW

By Coach Michele Maciejewski Wait, a second…. it’s only 4:30 p.m. Why is it dark out already? It happens every year. We forget th…

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Runner's Blog: It's a great time to be a runner!

By Ed Griffin Being around running and runners for most of the past 20 years has been both a joy and a privilege. This weekend was a pinnacle…

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Ask the Coach: How can I feel good on my last long runs before the Syracuse Half?

Dear Coach,  As I get closer to the Syracuse Half Marathon my training has developed what I believe is patella tendonitis. I am facing m…

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Winter (and darkness) is coming!

By Lauren MacDonald As I’ve mentioned before, I love colder weather. When September comes around I rejoice in the cooler mornings and e…

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The 5K Mom: The jogging stroller extra-burn is real

By Emily Kulkus I’ll never forget the first time I put my infant daughter in the jogging stroller. It was probably too soon but I was i…

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Two of the best events of the year this weekend

By Ed Griffin At Fleet Feet Sports we are all about running, walking, fitness and a comfortable pair of shoes. Every now and again, it is tim…

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11 lessons on running a marathon, from Coach Mandy trying to run 50

Coach Mandy, head of Fleet Feet Syracuse's distance programs, shares a few tidbits she's learned on her quest to run 50 marathons in 50 states…

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Our kids are always watching; good, bad and otherwise

By Emily Kulkus   Our kids are always watching. That sounds 100 percent accurate but I think it’s easy to forget. My daughte…

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