Issue 13 • May 2013Total body

Train for your Body Type: What are you Morphing Into?

Do you know if your training matches your specific physique goals? Learn how to train your unique body type for maximal results! News Flash! All bodies are NOT the same. However, many fitness fanatics continue to engage in “cookie-cutter” workouts, yet wonder why their bodies fail to change despite their …

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Issue 13 • May 2013

J-ville to Louisville: I am an Ironman: Month Two

Two months into Ironman training brought the group to the toughest bike so far in their training, The Mount Acosta Classic. The course was up and over loops of the Acosta Bridge for three hours. This event, to benefit the Jared Bynum Scholarship Fund at Landon Middle School, would be …

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Issue 13 • May 2013

A Boston Marathon Unlike Anything We Could Have Imagined

I’ve been a runner since I was 16 years old. These days I put in more than 100 miles per week. While I’m running, I try to stay aware of my surroundings—traffic, people around me, stray dogs, pot holes… But something happened on Monday, April 15, 2013 that completely changed …

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904's FittestIssue 13 • May 2013

904’s Fittest: Susan Wallis

With so many accomplishments – it’s difficult to know where to begin when you’re referring to Susan Wallis. From 2012 to the present, Susan, or Mom, as I call her has placed: 5th 2013 Gate River Run 7th 2012 Ironman Hawaii 1st 2012 Ironman Florida, qualifying her for 2013 Ironman …

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Issue 13 • May 2013

Representing Jacksonville in the South East CrossFit Regionals and World Games

Susan Wallis Age: 60 Height: 5’5” Weight: 120lbs (Games) Jason Ingham Age: 26 Height: 6’0” Weight: 202lbs (Regionals) Gabrielle Andrews Age: 26 Height: 5’8” Weight: 145lbs (Regionals) Josh Ingham Age: 26 Height: 6’1” Weight: 200lbs (Regionals) Colleen Lehane Age: 26 Height: 5’2” Weight: 130lbs (Regionals) Jim Lanier (not pictured) Age: …

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Issue 13 • May 2013

It’s Huge: Five Men’s Journey from Obesity to Freedom

It’s no secret that American waist widths are at all time high and expanding as you read this. The problem with statistics like 79 million Americans are now obese is that it’s hard to get a clear picture of the pain and suffering that those individuals experience daily. Anyone who …

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Issue 13 • May 2013

Runners for Boston

We received an email from the Independent running retailers association on April 17th stating they were attempting to involve running stores throughout the country in conducting fun runs on Monday April 22 at 6:30pm. After discussions with our staff, Doug and I felt we could put this together quickly at …

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