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By Silke Koester We often read race reports from runners to glean some insight into their training, race prep and race execution. These reports usually include a shout out to...
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By Deserae Clarke It isn’t the mountain ahead that wears you out; it’s the grain of sand in your shoe.” ―Robert W. Service Recently I’ve had two separate experiences that...
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By Katie Grossman It took me seven years to get into Hardrock. While that is a long time to wait for the lottery gods to shine down upon me, the...
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Yesterday’s article touched on a topic that deserves more follow up, along with additional information to help you stay safe. “I run alone a lot, and was wondering if you...
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By: Sydney Zester A few months ago, I was put in a dangerous situation that rocked my sense of security to the core. I was outside by myself when a...
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By: Jill Puleo My eyes would pop open at the same time each night. I would turn over to grab my phone and check, but it was almost always 3:30....
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By: Tara Warren “So, I just go down the street for two miles, and I’ll really just bump into a trailhead?” I asked my trail runner hubby, Bryce. “Yeah, you...
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By: Laura Douglas I ran a pretty awesome trail just a couple of days ago.  It was hard, it was steep (3,150ft), I panted, I dripped sweat, I questioned my...
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By: Ashley Hunter Arnold   Focus. Just focus. I’ve said it to myself countless times during a race–slowly and calming–before the voice digresses further. Maybe you should just slow down...
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I get super nervous leading up to race day…especially race morning. Do you have any tips on how a person can lower their pre-race anxiety?  Any special tricks to get...
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By: Silke Koester   ♫ Slow down, you move too fast. You’ve got to make this moment last. ♫   I find myself humming along to Simon & Garfunkel as...
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