About a quarter mile up Three Gulch, a local semi-technical single-track trail here in Carbondale, Colorado, the rhyme, “Jack be nimble, Jack be quick,” kept playing over and over in my head. My subconscious eludes to the reason being that’s exactly how my body was feeling.
A few weeks ago I received an Ask The Trail Sisters submission regarding: How do I correctly fit my hydration vest? This is a very good question, but one that is hard to answer. As I began to construct a response back, it occurred to me that I should create an informative and educational resource for everyone and anyone looking for help on successfully fitting their hydration vest.
After many long hours building a platform and researching events, we are super excited to share our official Trail Sisters Race Calendar!
Today marks the three year anniversary (or birthday) for Trail Sisters! In 2016 TS founder Gina Lucrezi launched the Squarespace site from her kitchen table in Boulder, Colorado.
As winter rapidly approaches, and has already arrived in some areas, we wanted to provide you with a review of our favorite cold weather insulated
How do you handle cat calls or unwanted comments?
How much is too much when running with your dog?
When should you give in and turn around and when should you push through?
How do you know when you should legitimately call it quits from a hard fall/nagging injury vs. sucking it up and continuing the race?
First, we’d like to say thank you to everyone who has submitted an application for the Trail Run Adventure Grant presented by Trail Sisters, Under
How will I know when my body is ready to jump from the half marathon to the 50k, or the 50k to the 50 mile?
I’m running a 100 miler this summer and am looking for a good headlamp suggestion. What works best for you?
Am I prone to infections or a UTI if I don’t wear underwear during my runs?
Do you still train when you feel a cold coming on or when you are mildly sick? How do you know when to call it quits?
Socks. These nifty feet protectors and all around comfort capsules are essential to a trail runner’s gear kit. Many of us have experienced running without
Any thoughts on how to escape the mental frustrations of gaining a few pounds over the winter months?
I dread Montana winters, they are freezing cold, but I still do my best to get out and run. What are your favorite winter running jackets?
Getting out the door in the winter time (or anytime) can be rough. Some days lounging inside binge watching Game of Thrones or old episodes
Can you share a motivating tip to help me tackle my run after work when it’s already dark?
Have any of you used a GPS device? If so, is there one you can recommend (and why that one)?