All posts by: Ashley Hunter Arnold

By Gear Editor, Ashley Hunter Arnold OK, so after pushing out our top seven faves and taking a step back, we realized there are more must-consider trail running shorts/skorts out...
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By Gear Editor, Ashley Hunter Arnold The ideal pair of trail running shorts offers a delicate balance of function, comfort, durability, and fashion. They are so comfortable that we don’t...
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By: Ashley Hunter Arnold   Focus. Just focus. I’ve said it to myself countless times during a race–slowly and calmly–before the voice digresses further. Maybe you should just slow down...
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Compiled by: Gina Lucrezi and Ashley Arnold, TS Gear Editor     Feature Photo: Tad Davis I used to have this super cute sports bra. It was black and strappy...
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By Ashley Hunter Arnold Influenced by a long history running, dancing and practicing yoga, I developed and teach a movement practice called Aha Movement. It’s a practice designed to help...
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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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by Ashley Hunter Arnold I hope we can all agree on the importance of honesty or, in yogic terms, satya (truthfulness) in how we live our lives. As we usher...
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For many of us, running is a top priority, a passion we often shape other aspects of our day around. This is easy if we’re surrounded by other like-minded runners....
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Austin and I moved from Boulder, CO, to Asheville, NC, in late spring this year. We were ready to leave and Appalachia called us. To be honest, I’m still not...
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I’m the first to play “Devil’s advocate” to, well, just about everything. To me, no concept is worth exploring without exploring all sides. So, naturally, when Pokemon Go grew almost...

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Ultrarunning just sort of happened to me. It showed up at a time when my life felt confusing and scary and difficult. It showed up at time when I needed...

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