May 25, 2016


By Amy Begley When runners can’t run because of an injury, many find other ways to stay connected to the sport they love. Volunteering and cheering on friends can be welcome distractions for those who can’t lace up themselves, which is exactly what Debbie Chensvold has been doing – until recently. Debbie, a long-time Atlanta [...]

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May 24, 2016

RUNNER’S RAMBLINGS : Everything is Better when the Sun Comes Out

By: Mizuno Race Team Member Mike Aish It doesn’t seem that long ago that I was down and out, feeling sorry for myself, thinking about calling it quits and looking for a new job. One month later the sun has come out, I’m super excited about a new challenge I have set for myself this [...]

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April 08, 2016


By: Amy Begley We all have setbacks when it comes to running – injuries, burnout or life can sometimes get in the way. No matter what the issue, running is always there for you. It just may be a harder road back for some. Chanel Hicks first started running after she moved to Atlanta and [...]

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March 29, 2016


By Amy Begley It happens to all of us – sometimes you wake up and have a hard time getting out of bed to go for a run. Finding a running buddy or signing up for a training group are great ways to keep you accountable, just ask Nigar Scott. Nigar travels more than 700 [...]

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February 22, 2016

Leave Shin Splints in the Dust!

By: Mizuno Race Team Member, Renee Metiver Baillie Shin splits affect over 3 million people in the US each year. Nothing scares a runner more than when a pain along the shin appears. But, if you stay informed and treat at the first sign of pain or sensation, you can leave shin splints in the [...]

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September 03, 2015

Prevention and Self-Treatment of Blisters

By: The Mizuno Shoe Guy     Blisters. Among runners, the only greater certainty is taxes and the rise in the cost of  race entry fees. All three are inevitable.   There’s not much you can do about taxes and the price of entry fees (except race less), but there are several steps you can [...]

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June 16, 2015

The Planet Wave: Running Always Brings Clarity

By: The Mizuno Shoe Guy   A few months ago, on the morning that my father died, I did what I normally do and went for a run. My grief was real—and so were the miles I covered on a gorgeous trail near my sister’s home that morning.   There was nothing extraordinary about the [...]

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May 26, 2015

Mizuno Supports Go! Grants for Kids across America

Guest Post By: Cristian Delgado, Mizuno USA Intern When I was first asked to write a blog about Mizuno’s fight against childhood obesity, the first thought that came to my head was “how in the world would I, who had no kids, relate to an issue going on with children?” I had never seriously struggled [...]

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May 13, 2015

A Life Transformed, Stride by Stride

Meet Eugene. Eugene is a member of Back on My Feet Atlanta. Back on My Feet is a national for-purpose 501(c)3 organization that uses running to help those experiencing homelessness change the way that they see themselves so they can make a real change in their lives that results in employment and independent living. Here [...]

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March 03, 2015


Mizuno Sponsorship Provides Proper Running Shoes to Back on My Feet Residents Nationwide; Donation Furthers Mission to Empower and Transform Lives Through Running  Norcross, Ga. (March 3, 2015) – Mizuno is continuing its commitment to Back on My Feet, announcing today that it will be the official national running shoe provider for the nonprofit organization. [...]

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January 05, 2015

Industry Veteran Mark Sheehan Joins Mizuno as Vice President of Running Product Management

Mizuno has announced the addition of industry veteran Mark Sheehan to the Mizuno family. Mark will serve as Vice President – Product Management, Running Division, starting January 5, 2015. He will lead the Mizuno Running division R&D innovation and product teams based in Atlanta, Ga. and at the Mizuno Design Center in Portland, Ore. “I [...]

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November 13, 2014

Savoury Turkey & Pumpkin French Toast

In my books November is officially the start of comfort food season. Tasty casseroles, soups and stews just to name a few. The following recipe is a perfect make-ahead weeknight supper or brunch idea. It is also a great excuse to use up leftovers (meat and/or veggies) you have in your refrigerator. Serve with a [...]

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