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"All in a Day’s Run" is for competitive runners, fitness enthusiasts and anyone who needs a "spark" to get healthier by increasing exercise and eating more nutritionally.

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This is what the running elite has to say about "All in a Day's Run":

"Gary's experiences and thoughts are very entertaining, all levels of runners can relate to them."
Brian Sell — 2008 U.S. Olympic Marathoner

"Each of Gary's essays is a short read with great information on training, racing and nutrition."
Dave McGillivray — Boston Marathon Race Director

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Overview: Gary Cohen is an enthusiast for the sport of running. This enthusiasm has branched out to include magazine/essay writing, interviews, coaching and public speaking. In addition, Gary also leads trail runs in Central Florida and announces track meets.

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An in-depth interview with ED EYESTONE - US Olympian 1992 and 1996; Four-time NCAA champ; 1984 World Cross Country 6th Place; Brigham Young Track and Cross Country Coach. 'All in a Day's Run' essays - 'A Dozen Motivational Quotes 69,' 'A Dozen Running Tips 69,' 'A Dozen Motivational Quotes #68,' 'A Dozen Running Tips #68' 'A Dozen Motivational Quotes #67,' 'A Dozen Running Tips #67,' and 'Eleven Hydration Tips for Running.' Please add my website as a secondary home page.
What is The Main Focus of Your Summer Running?

TOP RUNNING HEADLINES from around the world
Survey Says Expensive Shoes are not Always Better
Runner's World's Ten Best Small-Town Marathons
Five Reasons the Berlin Marathon is so Fast
Beer Miles are a Trend Sweeping the Country
12 Dumb Things People Say To Runners
17-Year Old Finnish Girl Runs 2:33:24 Marathon
RIP: Arkansas Distance Star Niall O'Shaughnessy, 59
Georgia Adds 4 Olympians as Volunteer Track Coaches
Allen Johnson Leads Six Named to USATF Hall Of Fame
RIP: Villanova 1948 Olympian George Guida, 93
Nick Willis, Jenny Simpson Win Fifth Avenue Miles
Ryan and Sara Hall Adopt Four Ethiopian Sisters
Bannister's Sub-4:00 Shoes Auctioned for $411K
The Rise and Fall Of Suzy Favor Hamilton
Radcliffe Devastated By Perceived Doping Link
Beijing 2015: The Good, Bad, Ugly and the Great
Shalane Flanagan breaks 10K American Road Record
NCAA Top 30 Women Of Year Includes 6 Tracksters
The Science vs. Art Of Coaching
3-Time World 1,500m Champ Kiprop is Getting Better
Why Track Transcends Ethnic Differences
NBC's Top 10 Stories From Beijing Championships
Stride Nation's Top 10 Moments in World Track Meet
Lashawn Merritt Anchors U.S. Men's 4x400m To Gold
Ashton Eaton Decathlon World Record; US Relay DQed
Bolt Wins 200m: Gatlin Says Usain Stole Race Plan
Los Angeles Marathon Signs Deal With Skechers
RIP: 1940s 400m WR Setter Grover Klemmer at age 94
Wayde van Niekerk 43.48 400m Wins, Three go sub-44
David Rudisha Does it Again: Wins World 800 Meters
World Champs 100m: Usain Bolt Nips Justin Gatlin
Ennis-Hill Regains Her World Heptathlon Title
IAAF Beijing Report: Men's Marathon Final
Jenny Simpson Aim For 3rd World Track Medal
High Jumper Amy Acuff's Secret To Longevity
Coe Beats Bubka For The IAAF Presidency
Simpson, Coburn Go To Worlds As Medal Contenders
5 Possible Upsets at Beijing World Track Meet
USATF Admits Incompetence in Nick Symmonds Case
Stephen Sambu, Diane Nukuri Win 43rd Falmouth Race
4-Time NCAA Champ Sam Chelanga Becomes U.S. Citizen
Beijing World Track Championships' Top Five Events
Nike's Capriotti Threatens Killing Brooks Coach Mackey
Considering Ultimate Frisbee for the Olympics
Simpson, Rowbury Give USA Beijing 1,500m Medal Punch
Track and Field Athletes are Reaching Record Limits
Nick Symmonds Won't Back Down in USATF Controversy
Nike Promotes and Undermines U.S. Track and Field
Rio's Mayor Says Olympic Venues are on Schedule
RIP: Kansas and Jim Ryun's Coach Bob Timmons, 91
Nike Commits $6.2 Billion Dollars to Sports Deals
Blake Russell, Olympic Marathon Mom, Hits the Big 40
IAAF Doping Files Reveal Huge Extent Of Cheating
How Boston Curtailed Olympic Bid
Sports Illustrated Looks At Caitlyn Jenner
Polluted Rio Waterways Could Harm Olympians
Bolt, Froome Pay Price for Their Sports' PED Past
Meb and Flanagan to Run Olympic Marathon Trials
Eat Like a Kenyan and Run Like a Kenyan
Boston's Beleaguered Olympic Bid at Breaking Point
RIP: East Tenn Star and Athlete Agent Zane Branson
5 Years Before 2020 Olympics, Tokyo Pledges Success
Ed Eyestone
US Olympian 1992 and 1996; Four-time NCAA champ; 1984 World Cross Country 6th Place; Brigham Young Track and Cross Country Coach
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Gary Cohen Running Vault: Hundreds of essays to help you!
This Week in Running
Oct 7, 2001 – Catherine Ndereba wins Chicago Marathon in World Record 2:18:47
Oct 9, 1998 – Beth Bonner, 1971 NYC Marathon Champ, hit by truck while biking and dies
Oct 12, 1925 – Albert Michelsen runs World Record marathon 2:29:01.8 in Port Chester
Oct 12, 1975 – Jacqueline Hansen wins Nike-OTC Marathon in WR 2:38:19
This Week's Birthdays
Oct 6, 1944 – Yoshiaki Unetani, 1969 Boston Marathon Champ
Oct 8, 1947 – Emiel Puttemans; 1972 Olympic Silver 10,000m; WR 2-mile and 5,000m
Oct 9, 1955 – Steve Ovett; 1980 Olympic Gold 800m, Bronze 1,500m; WR mile and 1500m
Oct 11, 1970 – Lee Bong-Ju, 2001 Boston Marathon Champ; 1996 Olympic Marathon Silver
Trail Runs:  Wekiva State Park has great trails to enjoy whether you live in central Florida or are looking for a scenic trail run while you visit. Here is more information about upcoming group runs:
Thu, Sep 10, 7:00 a.m.- 5 miles. Sat, Sep 12, 7:15 a.m. - 7-10 miles. Tue, Sep 15, 6:45 a.m.- 5 miles.