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Club HillRunner.com open for early sign-up!
by on Thursday, May 21, 2015

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Have you been looking for more at HillRunner.com? Have you been looking for a way to support HillRunner.com without signing up for coaching?

I've been hearing just these things from some of you. You'd like to see videos, you'd like more tips, you'd like a closer, more tightly knit community. Some of you have even been generous enough to say you'd like to support HillRunner.com financially but you don't feel the need to sign up for coaching. That's why I'm starting Club HillRunner.com. To meet all of those requests.

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Results of the 2015 HillRunner.com Visitors Survey
by on Thursday, February 26, 2015

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First, I want to thank those of you who took the time to fill out the survey. I'm going to leave it open through the end of February if anyone else wants to take it yet and I will check in again once I close it to see if new responses have arrived. However, once I took the link off the site, responses have pretty quickly diminished so I'm ready to review the initial results and report what I see and what I'm going to do about it.

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Running more IS good for you, mindfulness
by on Monday, February 23, 2015

I can't even believe I have to post about the fact that running more isn't bad for your health but people who don't like running, of course, grab on to poor explanations of inconclusive studies and try to drag runners down. I just want to do all I can to make sure anyone reading this knows there's no basis in what they are saying.

Also something interesting on being mindful during your workouts.

Running more IS good for you

I recently posted about poor reporting on an inconclusive study. The study said we didn't have enough evidence to determine whether or not running every day or nearly every day was good for you, basically because they didn't have enough people in the study who did run every day or nearly every day. The media spun that into running too much is just as bad for your health as being a couch potato. Bad reporting on an inconclusive study.

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2015 Visitors Survey
by on Wednesday, February 4, 2015

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As I'm sure the regulars have figured out, I'm mostly interested in building a site that will be useful to you. I want to build what you want and need to make the most of your running, whatever your goals.

In the past, I've always done that by asking what tools would help me make the most of my running. Some generous people have helped me along the way with requests or suggestions but it's been largely myself just deciding what would be helpful.

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