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New Rewards Program for 2016

Posted January 6th, 2016 in In-store, News, Newsletter by Bryn Mawr Running Company

  Out with the old and in with the new–rewards that is! Back in 2015, every $500 you spent at one of our stores earned you a $25 credit for the next time you came in to shop. But starting in January 2016, we’ve reduced that $500 threshold to $250–for that same $25 credit. Now […]


New Shoe Arrivals: January-March 2016

Posted January 5th, 2016 in In-store by Bryn Mawr Running Company

The new year brings new resolutions, new goals, new PRs–it also brings a ton of new shoes. We’re adding some Under Armour options to our shoe menu. There’s a perfect all-terrain choice for winter running and all year trails in the Fat Tire, and the latest in run technology with the Gemini Record Equipped– effortlessly track your run with […]


New Shoe Arrivals: October-December 2015

Posted October 29th, 2015 in In-store by Bryn Mawr Running Company

As fall marathon season comes to a close, it’s probably time for a new pair of shoes! There’s lots of great stuff to check out– like shoes with Gore-Tex technology to  keep you dry in tough weather or the new Everun cushioning system from Saucony.  The tried and true Adrenaline turns 16 and Mizuno’s staples–the Rider […]


New Shoe Arrivals: June-July 2015

Posted May 12th, 2015 in In-store by bmrc_administrator

Now that the Broad Street Run has finished, Fall race training season is once again upon us! If you’re like us, you may be in the market for new shoes to get you through the warmer months and the increase in mileage. If so, check out the new in-store arrivals for June and July, and come […]


Broad Street Run Back-Up Plan

Posted February 17th, 2015 in News by Bryn Mawr Running Company

The winners of the Broad Street Run lottery were announced today. The winners received a $43 charge to their credit cards and entry into Philadelphia’s trademark race. The Broad Street Run has a capacity of 40,000 participants. But, what about the participants that didn’t get in? If you’re one of the many that weren’t a […]


The Art of the Taper

Posted November 7th, 2014 in Coach's Corner by Kate Lillicrapp

This week’s blog post will focus on a portion of distance run training called tapering.  You may have heard the word before, but if you’re still wondering exactly what it means to taper or why it’s so important to your training then read on friends. With the Philadelphia marathon and half marathon two weeks away, […]


Returning to Normality: A Word on Recovery

Posted October 23rd, 2014 in Coach's Corner by Bryn Mawr Running Company

recovery [ri-kuhv-uh-ree] noun the act or process of becoming healthy a return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength. I was asked to write about recovery after an endurance event. The timing could not have been more appropriate since I just completed an endurance event and am questioning exactly what a normal state […]


A Runner Girl’s Best Friend

Posted October 9th, 2014 in In-store by Bryn Mawr Running Company

  Alright ladies, this blog post is directed at you.  Boys, time to click the back button and read some older post about racing, hydration or lightweight shoes.  We’re talking about supporting our girls, what few of us realize is a VERY IMPORTANT topic. Did you know you are supposed to replace your sports bras […]


Dressing for the colder temperatures…

Posted October 2nd, 2014 in Uncategorized by Kim Walsh

 Having a hard time deciding what to wear on your run?  Well you are not alone.  As the season changes and fall is in the air we tend to overdress.  The first few chilly mornings I wear too much and end up shedding a layer by the end of my run.      To start your run […]


Let there be light…

Posted September 25th, 2014 in Uncategorized by Jason Bull

There are some pretty light shoes on the market right now and they may be of some aid to you in your running goals.  The questions is, how do you decide which lightweight shoes to buy.  Let’s start with a little backstory: Bill Bowerman started Nike with a simple idea; he figured his athletes could […]