Entries from Team AllEars® Running Blog tagged with 'Marathon'

Positive Peer Pressure

By Dee Dee Webster Before joining Team AllEars, there were a lot of things that I didn't think that I could do. One decision can make the biggest difference in someone's life. I'll be honest, when I became a team...

Do You Know Where Your Runs Are?

by Brad Garfinkel Did you wake up January 1st and make the New Years resolution to lose weight, to exercise and to stop being a couch potato? Did you get really crazy and register for the Walt Disney World 5K,...

To Preview or Not To Preview a Race Course

In about a week I will be running a local 10K race on a brand new course and so I decided this past weekend to do a dry run and worked out on the course. During this training run I...

Jeff Galloway: Olympian and Running Expert Joins runDisney Team as Official Training Consultant

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (Sept. 2, 2010) - Jeff Galloway, one of America's foremost marathon trainers, has been named the official training consultant to Disney's series of endurance events, which has been rebranded runDisney. Galloway, a 1972 Olympian and founder...

Are You A Runner?

Note from Michelle and Mike: Recently someone in our Team AllEars discussion group started an interesting thread entitled Are You a Runner? This prompted a very spirited discussion about what it takes to be a runner and what it takes...

Making Music Work for Your Running Identity

I'm still a snowball"that's my running identity. I first described my running identity back in August 2007. I mentioned back then what I felt were the three types of runners: " First there is the "rabbit" who will try to...

Running with a Purpose

by Mike Scopa Team AllEars Co-Captain So I've had a week or two to reflect on the 2010 Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend and specifically my fourth Walt Disney World Half-Marathon. Over that weekend there were so many stories"so many...

Waiver Forms

This is an unplanned blog so consider this to be sort of a public service announcement. For those who have signed up to do any of the races that will be held at Walt Disney World during the Walt Disney...

Turning the Half into Thirds

by Mike Scopa Regardless as to how long in your life you have been running, if you've basically gone no further than 10K (6.2 miles) or a mile or two further, then the thought of running 30,016 inches becomes rather...

Work That by Michelle Scribner-MacLean

Music and sports have always had a close relationship for me. For years I did step aerobics and the beat of a good song pushed me to go a bit further or to challenge myself to go faster. A carefully...

Pace Patience

The term is "Pace Patience" and what I mean by that is to say, give it time and don't rush it. Let's look at the pace requirements for the Walt Disney World Half-Marathon so that we all understand what those...

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