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.
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Ben Beach, now 67, is the first person to complete 50 consecutive Boston Marathons (and by the way, he completed this one in 5:01:26, which qualifies him to run #51 in 2018 if he chooses!).
Should you stretch before or after your run? What’s the best way to get your muscles ready for exercise? And what exactly is a foam roller and how do you use it? Track Shack co-owner Betsy Hughes offers some best practices for stretching in this Team Growing Bolder Training Tip.
Mike Merino’s battle with cancer and now, his journey into health and wellness has inspired him to lead by example and keep Surviving & Thriving.
What makes people wake up before the sun to lace up their sneakers and hit the pavement? In a word: hope. See how people who meet at start lines all across the world have discovered a way to improve their bodies, minds and futures.
Track Shack co-owner Betsy Hughes talks about making a difference in the community and how her family-owned business gives back. Plus, we chat with Kay Glynn, one of the world’s top masters track and field athletes, about overcoming a major health obstacle to her active lifestyle.
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.
Don’t like to run? Don’t sweat it! Track Shack co-owner Betsy Hughes explains how life-changing and potentially life-saving walking can be. Get her tips for getting started and sticking with it in this Team Growing Bolder Track Shack podcast.
Track Shack co-owner Betsy Hughes gives us an inside look at one of America’s top health and wellness companies. Plus, we chat with Margaret Webb, who used to fear turning 50. Then, she discovered running and fitness.
The man who has beaten cancer over and over again is now ranked number two in the world for his age group, in the Ironman 70.3 distance. It would be an incredible feat for any athlete, but since Tony has to swim for 1.2 miles, bike for 56 miles and run for 13 miles at every event, it also proves that when you believe in yourself and refuse to give up, you can achieve amazing things.
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.