The Latest Spin
It Started with an Arrow in the Road
. . . and is continuing 46 years later, as Goshen native Lawrence Scholl looks forward to running the 10K at sunburst 2019. Lawrence is pictured here after running the 2018 Sunburst Half Marathon with daughter Sondra and sone-in-law Brian. Read on.
Riverview YMCA Starts Run Club
The Michiana YMCA is kicking of the 2019 running season with the introduction of their Riverview Runners running club. Read on.
Is it time to Train for a Tri?
Accomplished triathlete Roger Antoniu ensures that all anyone considering training for a triathlon needs is a functional, safe bike; bike helmet; swimsuit and swim goggles; running shoes; motivation. Read on for tri tips and local resources and races. Read on.
Optimist Triathlon Adds Premier Division
Coming June 22: In addition to Adult Sprint, Youth and Kayak options, this year, the 26th Annual Optimist Sprint Triathlon has added a new division. “Premier” will include non-professional athletes who are extremely fast. Read on.
Fat & Skinny Rides on May 17-19
If you like bikes, you can’t miss this three-day celebration off all things cycling. From leisure tours to off-road riding. There’s plenty for the kids and even more for you! Read on.
Faith on the Run
It took faith on the run for 18-year-old Chloe Davis to train for and complete her first half marathon. Read on.
Body Measurements That Get to Your Core
DEXA scan at Allied Bone Health Clinic is a full-body bone and tissue scan (yes, that includes adipose fat,) an ideal tool for athletes who want the most precise BMI measurements. Read on.
Kayzie Priebe Weedman has a closetfull of competitive swimwear–some for the stage and some for the open water. As Mrs. Indiana, she competed in and completed the August Steelhead Ironman 70.3 . Full face make-up on? “Heck ya!” Read on.
Stepping Into Better Health: Can Prolotherapy Help Me As A Runner
Podiastrist Dr. Randall Kline, Allied Bone & Joint, offers a fascinating overview on the use of regenerative medicine—from a first-hand perspective. Read on.
Stepping Into Better Health: Why Do My Child-Athlete's Heels Hurt?
Podiastrist Dr. Randall Kline, Allied Bone & Joint, gives parents valuable insight into their child-athelte’s heel pain, causes, prevention and relief! Read on.
Be Ready to Beat the Heat
With Michiana’s below average training temps this May, Dr. Linda Mansfield, Beacon Sports Medicine, reminds us all to take precautions to “pre-hydrate” and know the warning signs of heat illness. Read on.
Time for a Nutrition Form Check
It’s Sunburst training season and time for a nutrition form check. Laura Jordan, registered dietitian for Beacon Health System, shares tips for timing and selecting your pre- and post-workout meals. Read on.
Fill Your Tank with Sticky Bites
Chocolate and Sea Salt Sticky Bites are an athlete favorite for their one-bite combo of salty sweetness. From “Feed Zone Table, Family-Style Meals to Nourish Life & Sport,” available locally at Spin Zone. Read on.
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