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Where to Run: Washington DC

Washington DC/Arlington, VA By: Samantha Strong Washington, DC is unlike any other city. Underneath the political exterior lies a city rich with history, community, and trails. While Washington itself isn’t...
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Ask the Trail Sisters: Overtraining?

I feel tired and rundown, even on easy runs. How do I know if I’m overtraining?     Heidi: In my experience, catching over-training before it becomes a problem requires you...
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Training on the Commute

by Jennifer Love Let’s set the scene, shall we? BUZZ! BEEP! BUZZ! BEEP! BUZZZZZZZZ! It’s 5:45 am on the dot, and you’re being shaken from your deeply dreamy slumbers. You...
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Where to Run: Leadville, CO

Leadville, CO By: Katherine Williams Leadville is known for its ultra-elevation, charming downtown, and the lingering “can do” spirit of the miners of the late 1800s. Although 6th Street, Hope...
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Ask the Trail Sisters: Confronting Friends with Eating Disorders

I think my trail sister is struggling with an eating disorder.  How can I address the topic and help her? PC: Chris Hunter   Heidi: This one is tough + your...
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Maria’s Top 5 Pre-Race Rituals

by Maria Dalzot Unfortunately, there are many variables that are beyond our control on race day. Inclement weather, stomach bugs, and eternally long porta potty lines are just a few...
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Letting Friends Inspire You

by Heidi Kumm Friends are great for happy hour conversations, relationship advice + helping you move. You know, the core necessities of a solid friendship! Right?! Well, turns out friends...
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Where to Run: Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville, North Carolina By: Ashley Hunter Arnold My partner Austin and I moved to Asheville early last Spring, just as the weather turned warm but not yet humid and still...
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Ask the TS: The Perfect Furry Running Companion

I love running trails and really want to get a furry companion for my adventures. Do you have any recommendations on dog breeds that are ideal for running or long...
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Reventure: Through Life and the Starting Line

by Jeanette Dunlap The night before dinner. The waking up at the crack of dawn. The nerves. The getting dressed to go meet with more people who are up early...
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Nourishing My Body Through Running

by Amelia Hagen-Dillon   I wanted to be a runner for years (before I started calling myself one), but was never sure how to go about becoming a one. I...
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