Listening To Her Heart: One Woman’s Journey From At-risk To Heart-healthy

By Lonna Whiting Ten months ago, Valley City resident Tracey Compson, then 43, was overweight, taking medication for high blood pressure and cholesterol. “I was sluggish,” she says. “And tired of feeling tired and out of shape.” Like many women, Tracey was inundated with social media ads touting the latest low-carb miracle diet, whatever-fits-in-this-container-you-can-eat plan,…
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Delivering New Shoes To Schools

Some of our employees volunteered this week to sort and pack up boxes of new running shoes that will be donated to deserving kids in the Fargo-Moorhead area. The shoes started being distributed to elementary schools in Fargo, West Fargo and Moorhead this week as part of the Shoes for Kids program. Our company helps…
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Sedentary Lifestyle Is Hazardous To Your Health

The chair may look like a harmless piece of home or office furniture, but health experts say spending too much time sitting can be hazardous to your health. Too much sitting can be hazardous to your health.   Some experts even refer to sitting as the new smoking. If you sit for more than six…
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Fargo Marathon 5K Recap

It was a chilly 45 degrees at race time for the May 8 Fargo Marathon Tailgate Friday Night 5K. But more than 6,000 walkers and runners braved the cold temperatures and once again made the Fargo Marathon’s 5K a fun and successful event. Here’s a YouTube video recap of the event. We enjoyed sponsoring the…
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A Look At The Pros And Cons Of Running Technology

Today’s fitness technology provides new insights into our personal performance metrics. The question is, ‘Does it help or hurt you?’ Of course the answer to that question is highly personal; however, I will give you my take on this. During one run this winter before I went out the door, I made sure the following…
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