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Published in Runner’s World!

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I'm Published in Runner's World

I was excited to write an article for Runner’s World! Below is the article, full transparency, my wife helped edit it and was an ace up my sleeve. You can find the article through this link. So without further ado: Tackle Your Next Half Marathon With These Five Tips My name is Eric Rayvid, I’m…

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Smoking and Running

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Smoking and running

Here’s something I don’t understand, runners who smoke. Now, don’t get me wrong, I understand smoking, I was a smoker for more than half my 47 years and I loved almost every second of it. I Was a Smoker My favorite cigarettes were: Right after waking up After a stressful meeting After hard work With…

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Baggage and Transportation Options for the TCS NYC Marathon

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This morning, the NYRR opened up registration for baggage and transportation options for the TCS NYC Marathon. So which should you choose?   Transportation to the TCS NYC Marathon Start Bus or Ferry? This one is a no brainer.

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Back Injury – Out of Commission

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Back Injury - Out of Commission

You may have noticed a lack of activity on this site as well as my other social channels as of late. And there’s a good reason for it. Not a happy reason, but a good reason. The Long Story The long story is, way back in January, I started training for the NYC Half Marathon.…

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Gear Review: Wind Blox

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Gear Review: Wind Blox

I love riding my bike. Long before I was a runner, I was a cyclist. One of my favorite things about cycling is that you get to spend hours and hours on the road with your buddies cranking out miles and talking about life. But the biggest issue with talking to your buddies while on…

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Race Video: NYRR Retro 5 Miler

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I love running with the New York Road Runners, the support for races is unmatched by any other org I’ve run with to date. They put on races all over the NYC area almost weekly, so it should come as no surprise that they’re good at it. If you run with the NYRR, you know…

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