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how well you know

It’s not how fast you know; it’s how well you know fast.

by: runhers women’s association “It’s not how fast you know; it’s how well you know fast.”  Let’s break that statement down. Fast learning is good, as long as you are drilling straight into the facts. Or getting to the heart of the matter quickly with good information. You don’t need more info. You need the […]

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Sara R Norman

Our New Norman Director!

June 16, 2016 BREAKING NEWS: We are happy to announce that Sara Riester has agreed to be the Director of the runhers Norman organization. Sara has been a part of the team for a few years. Sara lives in Norman with her husband and two children. She began running four years ago to help manage […]

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summer adventure culinary

Summer Adventures (in the culinary style)

by: Lisa Harrington Summer invites the opportunity to explore the unknown, which we often fail to realize can be achieved inside ourselves or within our own homes. One of the best places to make new discoveries with our friends and families is in the kitchen. Summer is an excellent time to seek out a culinary […]

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GRD Website

Global Running Day is June 1st – Join us!

Join us on June 1st in the OKC Metro (Edmond) for Global Running Day

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united relay presser

United Relay Across America runs through OKC this weekend!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: OKLAHOMA CITY – May 17, 2016 Contact: Staci Patton (405.990.2299) Laura Mullins (630.670.1346) United Relay Across America runs through OKC this weekend! runhers women’s association to host May 20 – 21 The United Relay of America is the first ever triple coast-to-coast charity relay setting off from Seattle, San Francisco and Los […]

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clickbait

“Hey Clickbait, there’s something wrong with you.”

“Hey Clickbait, there’s something wrong with you.” ~ internet of things From viewing today’s twitter feed: @wrongwrong – You’re doing abs all wrong (running, exercising, eating, etc) @wrongfood – Forget everything you know about food. @wrongway – Why you are not getting the belly you want – 6 weeks to a flat belly! @wrongsecret – […]

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Staci Patton

NEWS: Staci Patton is new Director of runhers OKC/Edmond

BREAKING: We are happy to announce that Staci Patton is our new Director for OKC/Edmond! Staci has been involved in runhers for a long time, and after being an elite BMX racer, a successful business owner, instructor for Piloxing, Body Pump and more, she’s agreed to lead us and grow our community here! Staci states, […]

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2015 in training front

A Navy Seal’s 4 Tips To Boost Mental Toughness

By: Mark Devine sealfit.com I’ve had a 20-year career as a Navy SEAL, 30 years of martial arts training and more than 15 years of yoga practice and teaching to warriors. If there is anything I can teach you, it’s how important your mental strength is, over any physical ability you may possess. The mantra […]

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Twitter Chat Part Deux

let’s talk street harassment. on twitter.

Have you ever been cat called while out running or in other public places?  Let’s chat about it.  Join us on February 5th at 12pm EST with Runner’s World Chief Running Officer and the Mayor of Running Bart Yasso; Runner’s World’s Zelle; Stop Street Harrassment’s Holly Kearl; along with freelance journalist and author of the […]

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Advanced 12 week half training

12 week advanced half marathon training

Let’s Begin! If you are considering the advanced half marathon training – you should have a good history and base if running behind you.  This training cycle incorporates speed work into the cycle, thereby preparing you to run and sustain a faster pace over time.  You should be logging mile splits – which will be […]

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beginner 12 week half

12 week beginner half marathon training

Let’s Begin! If you are considering a half marathon – you probably already know that a running workout is a great calorie crusher, mood enhancer, and disease fighter. Stepping up to a half marathon is awesome for women, so awesome in fact that nationally women represent about 60% or more of the participants! The most […]

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