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Winston-Salem Training Clinics Announced

We are thrilled to announce the Fleet Feet Training Group for Ramblin’ Rose Winston-Salem. Get ready for Ramblin’ Rose Winston-Salem, and train with Fleet Feet Sports!  Our 6 week, is developed to help you complete the Ramblin’ Rose Women-Only triathlon.  You ...

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Greenville Training Clinics Announced

We are thrilled to release the FREE Triathlon Training Clinic schedule for Ramblin’ Rose Greenville.  The full list of clinics is found below… Thursday 6:00pm May 24 –  Clinic Swim at Lakeside Park – Coach Rose,  RFactor  Coaching Thursday 6:00pm ...

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Develop a Stronger Core with the BOSU Jump Squat!

By Elizabeth Towe No matter where you are in your training cycle, should always make time to integrate core stabilization into your program. The BOSU Jump Squat can give you a fun way to try an unstable surface with baby steps ...

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Why Should I Use Compression In Training & Racing?

What’s with all this compression therapy everyone is talking about? Here’s a bit of helpful information about CEP compression and what it can do for you. You may have already seen or heard all about running legwear and socks from ...

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Baby it’s Cold Outside!

What do you do when the weather just beckons you to stay under the warm blankets? Stay inside and work on some body strengthening exercises. As important as it is to swim, bike, and run to train for your upcoming ...

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Sweet Potato Whole-Wheat Pancakes

By Brandon McDearis This month’s sweet potato whole-wheat pancakes are a wholesome alternative to a traditional high-glycemic breakfast. The sweet potato adds a bit of nutrients and moistness, along with some extra fiber to start your day. They are quick ...

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The Secret Weapons of Endurance Athletes

By Dr. Angelina Stevens As humans, we are wired for adaptation and change. As athletes, we are wired with a desire for elevating our performance. Our own local, Shalane Flanagan told reporters that after her second place finish in the New ...

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Homemade Fruit & Nut Bars

By Brandon McDearis This recipe requires minimal work and the payoff is one of convenience and great flavor. You can think of these bars as a homemade trail mix with the added step of mixing and baking. They are great ...

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Why Do You Run?

By Brittany Youngman As runners, we are all challenged with the question: Why do you run? As if each runner is to come up with a different answer. I came across a number of reasons – health, camaraderie, strength (physical and mental), ...

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Stable Core, Smooth Pedaling

By Brian Beatty Many of us can relate to the experience of grinding away on the bike… whoomph, whoomph, whoomph… only to passed by someone turning over the steady drone tone of wrrrrrrrrrrrr. The steady tone of the rubber on ...

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