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Hi Runners!

You have two more weeks until the big day!

Now let’s talk nutrition, specifically what to eat before, during and after your race and upcoming runs. As a nutritionist, I once again cannot stress how important food is to your success. Food is not only medicine but food is the fuel that

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Here we are 90 days later. I don’t remember how many miles I ran in 90 days to get ready...now it’s only 8 days until Steamboat Marathon and I admit I am a little bit nervous and anxious. For 90 days we have trained while we talked about training, shoes, nutrition, hydration, the mental game,

Continuing from Train for the Steamboat Marathon Part 2 or 4, I finished an 18-mile run! I feel accomplished but tired, both physically and mentally. I have been preparing for Steamboat Marathon for weeks now, by adding more mileage or more time, so my runs are getting longer and harder.

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Continuing from Train for the Steamboat Marathon: Part 1 of 4, I am already doing training runs in the 2-hour zone, so nutrition and hydration have become important and integral to my training and recovery. Once my tank hits empty, it’s extremely difficult to recover. At that point, I don’t feel so

I started with two simple questions: What is your favorite thing about Steamboat in the Summertime? And what is your favorite Chamber event? Some answers didn’t surprise me—who doesn’t like floating down the Yampa River with friends under a blanket of sunshine or enjoying a cold drink outside on a

Blogger, Meagan Coates, Chamber Staff Member As part of the New Year’s resolution tradition, I decided to attempt to check off something that has been lingering (delete forever) on my bucket list: run a half marathon. I didn’t realize at the time what a huge commitment this would be. Staying in