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Articles by Allie Burdick

Allie is a freelance writer, athlete and mom, but not in that order. Her work has appeared in Runner's World, Triathlon Magazine and ESPNW. On her blog, VITA Train for Life, she chronicles her life as a runner/triathlete and hopes her successes and failures help to motivate and inspire others, even the over-40 crowd she somehow found herself in! The rest of her time is spent raising her twin boys with her husband in the Northeast where they live a big life! See it all on Twitter and Instagram.

  • 10 Things About Runners With Vitiligo

    By Allie Burdick

    Allie Burdick is a runner with the autoimmune disease that causes patches of white on her skin. Here's what she wants you to know.

  • Become A Faster Runner In Your Forties And Beyond

    By Allie Burdick

    Your age doesn't have to hold you back in the sport! Here's how to rework your training so you can become a faster masters runner.

  • Stop Comparing Yourself To Yourself

    By Allie Burdick

    Here's how to stop reflecting on the past or planning for the future so you can just do your best today—and be happy with it.

  • Under Armour Released Recovery...Pajamas?

    By Allie Burdick

    Under Armour released these pajamas that harness your body's energy while you sleep to help aid recovery and, in turn, boost performance.

  • 3 Best Pieces Of Advice

    By Allie Burdick

    You can learn a lot from a running coach, but after finding one of her own, these three pieces of advice stuck out to one runner.

  • Born To Run—Or Are They? Here’s A Guide To Kids And

    By Allie Burdick

    Here’s how to set your little striders up for long-term health and fitness success.

  • Rest Day Brags Are Totally In

    By Allie Burdick

    A new movement, started by ultrarunner Amelia Boone, is encouraging athletes to embrace—and brag about—taking time off to rest.

  • What We Love About Garmin Sapphire

    By Allie Burdick

    No matter what sport you do, this watch probably has a feature to track it. This Garmin is a runner's dream piece of training gear.

  • Why You Should Set One Goal

    By Allie Burdick

    Don't give yourself an easy 'out' for reaching your goals—instead, see why many coaches recommend working toward one thing.

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