As Cinderella showed, the right shoe can change your life! In this Team Growing Bolder Training Tip, Track Shack’s top shoe guy Anthony breaks down what you need to know about modern exercise shoes, particularly if you haven’t bought a new pair in years. Find out how to find your perfect fit!
Meet the three-time cancer survivor who is also the oldest woman to ever run a marathon. We get an inspirational message of hope from 92-year-old Harriette Thompson about what’s possible in life.
A lot of people worry running will prematurely wear out theirs knees, ankles or hips. Susan Paul, training program director for Track Shack’s running programs, dispels the myths surrounding running and joint pain and explains how running can actually improve the long-term health of your knees, hips and ankles.
If you’re new to regular walking or running or your body is feeling the effects of regular exercise, you may not realize how important your shoes are to your overall health. In this Team Growing Bolder Training Tip, Track Shack shoe specialist Anthony O’Neill explains why it’s important to get your feet properly fitted at a speciality running store, rather than just picking a pair based on cost or color from a big box store.
The only things you really need to go for a run are the right sneakers and clothes, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of gadgets out there to make your run more fun! In this Team Growing Bolder Training Tip, Betsy Hughes shows off some of the latest “geeky” gadgets and explains how they can make your run safer and more efficient.
In this episode of the Team Growing Bolder Track Shack podcast, Track Shack co-owner Betsy Hughes explains why it’s never too late to transform your life. If you need more inspiration, listen to 96-year-old fitness superstar Charles Eugster shares his tips for getting started.
Ben Beach holds one of the most amazing records in sports and it’s a record he breaks every year. Now in his mid-60s, the man who has run 48 straight Boston Marathons explains why and how he keeps going.
When she was 48, Katherine Beiers went for her first run because she didn’t know how to do any other sport. Now 82, she’s still running and inspiring people, including at the famed Boston Marathon where she was the oldest person to compete the 2015 race.
At the age of 6, Jerry Levasseur nearly burned to death during a massive fire at the circus. He overcame his injuries and grief to become a world champion. Now in his mid-70s, he’s a running superstar. Find out how he overcame incredible obstacles in life.
She was disabled and in a wheelchair for 20 years. Then she got up and began to reclaim her life. Wait until you hear Eleanor Pendergraft’s incredible story of trying new things and storming back to an active life.