Ellen Phelan

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Five Essential Google Drive Skills For Teachers

This school year I've worked with a few school districts that are using Google Apps for Education for the first time. A lot of what I have done with …

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5 Headphones Designed for Women

(Image credit: Molami)<p>It's just a fact: most headphones are designed for men. From the size to the fit to the look, most headphones aren't engineered …

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10 Emerging Education and Instructional Technologies that all Educators Should Know About (2012) | Emerging Education Technologies

The technologies that can have the best impact on education are evolving quickly from year to year, and the pace seems to be quickening.<p>Naturally, as …

Inside the Doctor's Office: Plantar Fasciitis

Dr. Metzl breaks down what plantar fasciitis is, how to prevent it, and how to cure it.<p>​<p>​<p>Plantar Fasciitis is a common ailment that afflicts many runners. In this video Dr. Jordan D. Metzl, a New York City based sports medicine physician, shows you how to recognizes Plantar Fasciitis, techniques to …

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How to Buy the Right Running Shoes

Go straight to the experts at a running specialty store. Plan on spending some time there because the salesperson should ask you lots of questions …

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Your 2018 Marathon and Half Marathon Calendar

From San Francisco to South Carolina to South Africa, these are the marathons, half-marathons, and other races to look forward to this year.<p>Let’s face it: There are so many races held every week, at every distance, in every city, everywhere around the world, that we couldn’t possibly list every …

Seven Perfect-For-Fall Recipes

Temperatures are dropping, leaves are changing color, and the scent of pumpkin-flavored coffee is hanging in the air. And, you're probably running longer (and enjoying it more) than you were in the summer. Replace the calories you're burning with one of these tasty, seasonal dishes.<p><b>Apple Cranberry</b> …

Songs for Running the NYC Marathon

Ready for your 26.2-mile tour of the five boroughs? See if one of these tracks doesn't get you hyped.<p>There are probably more songs about New York than runners in this year's NYC marathon—and certainly more <i>great</i> ones than miles in the race. This week we pay tribute to NYC with 12 of those songs, as …

The Best Foods For Runners

The 15 foods runners need every week for good health and top performance.<p>Most supermarkets stock more than 30,000 items, yet every time we race up and down the aisles of the grocery store, we toss into our carts the same 10 to 15 foods. Which isn't such a bad thing, as long as you're taking home …

Prevent Knee Pain

Use these six simple moves to help cure and prevent knee pain.

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How to Craft a Race Plan

Plot out a solid race-day strategy to dodge mishaps and accomplish your goals.<p>You've charted every long run, hard workout, and recovery effort to prep for your upcoming marathon or half. But do you know precisely what you'll do on race day? "If you took 10 or 16 weeks to train, you want to protect …

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The 25 Golden Rules of Running

Time-tested, universally accepted axioms of the sport.<p>In most cases, these rules started out as a lightbulb over one runner’s head. After a while, that runner told a few running buddies (probably during a long run), word spread, and before you know it, coaches were testing it, sports scientists …

Energy Punching Pumpkin Bars | Women's Running

Women's-Running-Pumpkin-Bars<p><i>Pumpkin, New Gear, and Cooler Weather – Oh My!</i><p>Bring on the cooler temps and changing leaves because we’re anxiously …

Is Your Training Making You Sick?

<i>Bulletproof your immune system with these expert tips.</i><p>Have a case of the sniffles? Your workouts may be to blame. Though moderate exercise can …

5 Reasons To Hire A Running Coach | Competitor.com

<i>The benefits are plentiful when it comes to having someone guide your running.</i><p>“Everybody knows how to run. Why would you need a running coach? That’s …

Find running races near you: 5K, 10K, half marathons, marathons, and obstacle races - The Running Bug

Oakland, Alabama<p>Date 12 Aug 18 Distance Half marathon Surface Road<p>Rugby, Warwickshire<p>Date 12 Aug 18 Distance 10K Surface Road<p>Rugby, Warwickshire<p>Date …

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5 Running Lessons From The Official Rock 'n' Roll Guide

<i>Five things we learned from the official Rock ‘n’ Roll Guide to Marathon & Half-Marathon Training.</i><p>Whether you’re a first timer interested in …

How to Fuel for a 5K

Should you be carb-loading for a 5K? Here's what--and when--to eat before your next 3.1<p><i>Dear Fuel School,</i><p><i>I'm a high school varsity cross country runner, and I'm unsure of what's right, nutrition-wise. I've heard people say to carb-load the night before a race (usually a 5k), but after I've had a</i> …

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How To Build A Proper Base For Running Rookies And Veterans | Competitor.com

<i>Coach Matt Forsman helps you plot out your return to running.</i><p>Coach “Marathon Matt” Forsman, a USATF and RRCA certified coach whose marathon and …

5 Simple Ways To Eat More Vegetables

1. Load Up Your Breakfast Bagel<p>Like bagels for breakfast? Go ahead and eat them. But eat them sandwich-style with a slice of tomato, some lettuce, …

The Essential 7-Minute, No-Gym Warmup

Work in these five moves before your run to get faster and stay injury free.<p>Seven minutes can be an eternity—for a runner, at least. That's enough time to bang out a mile repeat, ice a cranky knee, or boil water for pasta. And now, it's also enough time to squeeze in a strength-training workout.<p>We …

Move Those Hips!

Run healthier by building range of motion.<p>THERE'S A SCHOOL OF THOUGHT that your stride is your stride, that you are genetically coded to run a certain way. But holding onto that philosophy may hold you back when it comes to your hips. "Most runners don't extend their hips," says Jay Dicharry, …