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RWH Answers 10 Quick Thanksgiving Questions

It’s 4 AM.  Shall we discuss how many mornings I’ve seen 4 AM since I’ve been in New Jersey?  Three out of four.  And that one when I didn’t?  That one, which I thought heralded an end to this jet lag silliness?  Well, I stayed up until 2 AM that night.  Apparently, when I don’t […]

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Fortunately/Unfortunately (Nov. 26, 2013)

Coach Holly here, reporting, live and well (fed) from northern New Jersey, folks!  I think travel inspires me to write Fortunately/Unfortunately posts, so here’s a peek at Sunday’s travels: Fortunately, modern technology (and the trick of time zones) allows me to wake up in Singapore, and go to sleep later (much, much, MUCH later) the […]

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Pancakes / 1 Hour Pack / Guest Post

Well, folks, it’s just after 5 AM on Sunday morning (Singapore time), and I’m on a plane, heading for the land of turkeys and cranberry sauce and all other Thanksgiving-type shenanigans.  I am both ridiculously excited (Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, and my family knows how to celebrate), and a bit anxious (my To Do […]

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Weekly Workout Round-Up (Oct. 21 – Oct. 27)

It’s Nov. 20…so I have exactly 1 day before I’m a month behind on Weekly Workout Round-Ups (except now, in the time between draft and publication, it became Nov. 21 in Singapore.  I’m officially a month behind).  Thankfully, I have a pretty detailed workout log and my photos to help me recall each day, plus […]

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Coach’s Corner: What Winter Running Gear Do I REALLY Need??

“How does a gal living in the tropics of Singapore have any business writing about winter running gear?” Dealing with uber-humidity? Sure, she can totally write about that. But freezing temperatures, icy winds, and blowing snow?  Give me a break. But wait-wait-wait just a second, and give me a moment to explain.  You see, prior […]

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Great Eastern Women’s Run: A Strong, Beautiful Cheer-fest!

So this morning, this happened: I heard from several running friends that the Great Eastern Women’s Run (5K/10K/21K) was one of the best races in Singapore.  This is the only female-only event in Singapore (or perhaps that I’ve seen ANYWHERE) that refuses to play up the “girlie” part of a female-only race*.  The shirts are […]

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Stretch of the Week: Box Position (Hips #1)

In response to many of your enthusiastic requests, the next few Stretches of the Week will focus on the HIPS. But before we get started: Check out the Stretch of the Week: Start Here! if you haven’t already – especially the part about being ‘warm’ before you stretch!!!!  I must also emphasize: Some stretches aren’t right for […]

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ING NYC Marathon (2013): Race Report (Guest Post)

We’re mixing things up a little bit today. Instead of a Monday race/run report from me (yes, it’s Wednesday, shush), I’m turning this space over to Reuben, my second-cousin-in-law. [Not to be confused with my second *space* cousin-in-law.  Seriously.  He’s married to my Dad’s cousin’s daughter.  So I’m pretty sure that makes him my second-cousin-in-law. […]

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A Message To Anyone Worried About “Unglam” Race Photos

So there is a blog post floating around the Singapore running blogosphere that’s making me twitchy.  Basically, the post provides four tips to help folks (ladies, specifically) avoid “unglam” race photos.  The author suggests: 1. Wear some make-up. 2. Tie your hair back. 3. Wear sunglasses (to hide slit, shut, or sunken eyes). 4. Smile. […]

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