Posts filed under: Elinor Fish

By Elinor Fish On yesterday’s run along a snow-covered trail winding through stubby pinion tress and scruffy sage bushes, the sound of icy snow crunching under my feet soothed my...
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by Elinor Fish How much of your daily stress do you carry with you while running? Are your shoulders up around your ears, hands clenched, feet slapping the pavement? Most...
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Every time my right foot contacts the ground, a surge of pain makes me wince. Despite the ache, I keep running because I want this run. In fact, I need...
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The number of people who run 100-mile races is tiny--less than 10,000 a year by one estimate--relative to the 8 million Americans who trail run.

And fewer still have...

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About a week ago Trail Sisters received a note from one of our readers asking about trail safety. With the recent tragedy of three murdered female runners, we decided to create...

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Julia had been trying to overcome her inertia by willing herself to run. She tried following all the usual advice: scheduling runs on her calendar, finding a run buddy, running...

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  • Run Wild Retreats -- Iceland Trail Running and Wellness Retreat 2015

I can sum up the weather in Iceland with one word: wet. Home to Europe’s largest waterfalls, geysers, glaciers and geothermal hot springs, water is everywhere, whether it’s bubbling up from...

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It only took a moment from receiving the shocking news for the energy to drain from my body. Crumpled on the kitchen floor, holding the phone in my hand, I became...

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When I’m healthy and running well, I can clearly see myself running well into old age...

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