Ron Fleming, center; his dog, Max; Jeff Miller, left; and Henry Forrester, 10, jog Dec. 21 along Candlewood Road as part of the Rocky Mount Endurance Club's weekly run. Fleming recently ran the Chicago Marathon in 2 hours, 43 minutes. Henry runs for the Rocky Mount Rockets, a city-sponsored youth track team.
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Ron Fleming, center; his dog, Max; Jeff Miller, left; and Henry Forrester, 10, jog Dec. 21 along Candlewood Road as part of the Rocky Mount Endurance Club's weekly run. Fleming recently ran the Chicago Marathon in 2 hours, 43 minutes. Henry runs for the Rocky Mount Rockets, a city-sponsored youth track team.

Club puts, keeps runners on the road

The most important part of getting started is first deciding to run.

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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Although it is one of the most common resolutions, running can be a difficult to turn into a habit, which is why many people do not continue for the whole year.

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Race Websites

You can learn more about the Rocky Mount races at: 1/1 Resolution Run: www.2014resolutionrun.eventbrite.com 2/8 Sweetheart 5k: www.sweetheartrace.com 5/4 Nash Health Care Rocket Mile: www.therocketmile.com

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