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January 16, 2019 by Katie Grossman

Every Fall, for the past six Falls, I have had the opportunity to run with a special group of people.  We convene at a summer camp in mountainous terrain, for three days of trails, talks, and other such fun, and although I am in attendance as a staff mentor, I am always the one left ... Read moreFemale Veterans Find a Place to Heal in the Trail Running Community

January 15, 2019 by Alex Elizabeth

A winter run is made possible once you make the laborious decision to exchange that pleasant, warm bed, car, office, or trailhead bathroom, for the cold. Given this, it is only natural that we often present ourselves to winter completely and hopelessly overdressed.

January 10, 2019 by Ana Hinz

For the longest time I thought working with a coach was for “real” athletes, not a middle-of-the-pack runner like myself.

January 9, 2019 by Maddie Giegold

The last week of 2018 was a week of firsts. On Sunday, I went for a four and half mile run. It was the longest run in more than twice as many months.

December 19, 2018 by Erica Rackley

Are you finally prepped for the adventure you’ve been dreaming of? Before setting out, there is a final important thing to prep: your mind. Even with the best planning, gear, and safety precautions, things tend to go south if your mind isn’t on board. And, conversely, a go-with-the-flow mindset can overcome a variety of catastrophes ... Read moreAdventure Run Series: Part 4 – Mindset

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