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September 17, 2019

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Managing the unexpected....


 

Training for endurance events is a combination of stress and recovery. When these two ingredients are combined in the right mix. Success happens.
 

The same can be said about the mental aspects of training and life.
 

Going into IMAC 70.3, I...

On February 13th, some of the most athletic and dedicated runners gathered for a meal at Renaissance Cafe. Ocean Parkway Runners held their 1st Annual Gala Dinner and their attendance was to capacity. Selling out after just a few days, OPR’s members looked forward to d...

On November 4th 2018 I ran the TCS NYC Marathon (26.2 miles) and finished in 4 hours 8 minutes. Just to be clear, I am not a professional runner, I work in an office mostly at a desk, and balance a demanding  schedule like many others in our community. In fact I only s...

I am usually asked to write a race report after an amazing race about how hard I worked and how the stars aligned for a PR. Yes, there are anecdotal obstacles that always occur before, during, and after the race that makes victory even sweeter.

Today we are taking a dif...

One of the many things that sets the Boston Marathon apart from other marathons I’ve done is that the training has to be completed during the cold, dark winter months.  From November through mid-April, I’ve been getting up early, usually in the dark, to run in all kind...

For the 2018 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon, the New York Road Runners (NYRR) have introduced an exciting and brand new course.

On Sunday, runners journied from the Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park and finishing the race in Manhattan’s Central Park.

Over t...

Running Red & What it means to me.

I like to think of myself as a red runner and no, it has nothing to do with the color of my hair. In December of 2011, I Was diagnosed with Type II diabetes. The level of sugar in my blood should have put me into a coma. I am so thankf...

Hello Everyone, My name is Joel Nasar, I’m 11 years old and in 5th grade in Flatbush Yeshivah. When Charles asked me to speak I didn’t know what I would speak about but I had to say Yes. The Team SBH Disney Trip is my favorite because it combines 2 of my favorite thing...

Along with his friends from The Center, Sol participates in a variety of marathons



Sol Setton, a 24-year-old community member who, after being quite overweight in his youth, decided to make a life-change.

This is a story about Sol Setton. He is a 24-year-old community...

Great job all around OPRs! Finishing a marathon is an accomplishment that only .05% of the population can lay claim to! 


Congrats to Ari Baum on a tremendous performance not only first place in our club with a sub 3-hour marathon, but negative splitting the NYC course,...

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