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We Never Regret the Run

When I went to bed last night, I had every intention of getting up this morning for a short shakeout run.  When my alarm went off this morning, bright and early, I rethought those intentions...the bed was just feeling too darn good, and I had just run 20 miles yesterday (if you want to …

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"Expert Solutions" to Beat the Heat

I've lived in Savannah, full-time now, for thirteen years. I can safely say that, in at least ten of those years, I've been training for some length of footrace during the summer. So, just like all of you, I've bellyached and bemoaned the heat and humidity-the earlier-than-usual wake-ups a…

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Invest in Service; Invest in You

Invest in Service; Invest in You I had another topic in mind for this week's Toro Talk. It was all but written. And then I went to a conference out in Huntington Beach, California and...well, there's a reason they say the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry. So I won…

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Thank you, Savannah

How does one thank a community that has shown so much love and support in our time of need? There are no actions quite meritable enough, and no words with sufficient eloquence to express our gratitude. In attempt to convey our immense appreciation, we'll simply say these words: "Thank you, S…

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Christine

If you were simply one of our customers, you may have never known she existed. You'd come in a few times a year (hopefully), buy some shoes and apparel, and be on your way. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that; we certainly thank you for your business. But if you've ever reached…

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Savannah Mile 1 Mile All Out

On a per-step basis, nothing beats the Savannah Mile for pure, heartfelt awe/joy/depth.  This Saturday, May 28 at 8:00am, we will begin the first of five heats, with each subsequent heat starting approximately 20 minutes after the original.  Each quarter-mile will not only be marke…

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Strength in Run

Two weeks ago today, as I was groggily clambering out of my car to stumble through an early-morning run with a handful of like-minded crazies here at Fleet Feet, 6-7 shots rang out one street over. After a speedy call to 911, the police were very quickly on the scene and were able to find an…

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Take a Break from Your Break

Shortly after Christmas, I wrote about this very same thing: the importance, and general need for, a break.  Because when running becomes a chore—when you think you “need” to rather than truly want to—well then, that becomes problematic.  Because most of us …

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We Are Kind of a Big Deal

“I don’t know how to put this, but we’re kind of a big deal” is not only an extremely funny, slightly tinkered-with quote from “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy”, but also seems somehow appropriate for the team here at Fleet Feet Savannah the last cou…

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Red Shoes Run

Colorful shoes are not a prerequisite for running fast.  In fact, colorful shoes are not a prerequisite for running at all.  If you like highlighter yellow, slime green, or poppin’purple that’s a-ok with me, just like all-white kicks won’t ruffle my feathers eithe…

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