For many Philadelphians, the annual Independence Blue Cross Broad Street Run is the event of the season—a chance to run the 10-mile length of the city’s central north-south artery, see the urban landscape in a new light and perhaps set a personal record along the way.
For beginners or pros, there’s plenty that runners at all levels can do to gear up for this or any other major running event. And it’s not just about physical training.
In a free public lecture on April 15, three Drexel experts will offer their top 10 tips for the 10-mile run in each of three domains: nutritional, psychological and physical training. The event is the second in a new quarterly series of running lectures offered by the Drexel University Center for Running Performance and Research in the College of Nursing and Health Professions and will be held in Center City Philadelphia as well…
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