ProForm Interviews Ryan Hall: 2011 Boston Marathon 2:04:58, 1st American to Break 1-Hour Half Marathon Barrier 59:43

Ryan Hall: On Passion, Preparation, and Race Day 2014

American elite marathoner Ryan Hall has a lot to look forward to in Boston this year. After a string of bad-luck injuries, he’s back and ready to run. In this exclusive ProForm interview, find out Hall’s goals for 2014, how he plans to stay injury free, and why he trains… 

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Nicole Bedard

Run For: Marathon Monday

My intense love for Patriots Day and the Boston Marathon developed early on in my life. I was 14 when I first decided to run the marathon. I fell in love as I watched it on TV with my sister. I loved the intense energy of the crowds as they… 

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Join ProForm on Twitter to Win Our Exclusive Fitness Pack

With the famous Boston Marathon approaching, ProForm has some fun-packed events leading up to April 21. We are excited to announce our Fitness Pack Giveaway on Twitter starting Monday, April 14. All you have to do is send out the following tweet: I run for ___________. #WhatsYourWhy #RunChat @ProFormFitness Just… 

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Boston Treadmill Overview

Product Highlight: The Official Boston Marathon® Treadmill 4.0

If the Boston Marathon is on your bucket list, any experienced Bostonian would tell you the course is challenging. Between Hopkinton and Heartbreak Hill, training for decline as well as incline is essential. That’s why the Boston Athletic Association (BAA) partnered with ProForm to build the Official Boston Marathon® Treadmill…. 

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