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Core strength can improve stride length and speed, and prevent injuries.  Always engage your lower abdominals during core strength exercises.  Find more Mini Marathon training tips for runners and walkers at http://www.pinterest.com/stfrancishealth/mini-marathon-training-tips/.

Core strength can improve stride length and speed, and prevent injuries. Always engage your lower abdominals during core strength exercises. Find more Mini Marathon training tips for runners and walkers at http://www.pinterest.com/stfrancishealth/mini-marathon-training-tips/.

RRP mini marathon1 The Indianapolis 500 One America Mini Marathon and What I Learned From Not Running

RRP mini marathon1 The Indianapolis 500 One America Mini Marathon and What I Learned From Not Running

The Running Stroller | A blog about losing 70 pounds and training to run two 5k's, a 10k, and a Half Marathon all before Madison's first bir...

The Running Stroller | A blog about losing 70 pounds and training to run two 5k's, a 10k, and a Half Marathon all before Madison's first bir...

Training for the Mini? Tips for picking out the best running shoes from Franciscan St. Francis Health Sports Medicine in #Indy.   Find more tips online at franciscanalliance.org/hospitals/indianapolis/services/sports-med.

Training for the Mini? Tips for picking out the best running shoes from Franciscan St. Francis Health Sports Medicine in #Indy. Find more tips online at franciscanalliance.org/hospitals/indianapolis/services/sports-med.

Exercise is so important. If you're looking for quick and easy full-body workouts to do at home (with no equipment) then you're in luck!

Full Body Workouts That You Can Do At Home

Patellofemoral pain syndrome is a result from  physical and biochemical changes in the  patellofemoral joint. Symptoms include anterior knee pain that typically occurs with activity and often worsens when descending upon steps or hills. It is usually caused by overuse, which is common among those training for a marathon.

Patellofemoral pain syndrome is a result from physical and biochemical changes in the patellofemoral joint. Symptoms include anterior knee pain that typically occurs with activity and often worsens when descending upon steps or hills. It is usually caused by overuse, which is common among those training for a marathon.

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