Posts filed under: Health

By: Amanda Roe Are there more benefits to trail-running verses road–running? That is the question.  Whether you’re a veteran of the trail, or you’ve just gotten the first few trail...
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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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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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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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by Deborah Dzurinko We have all been there…you meticulously plan race day to the very last detail, only to wake up the day before, or even *gasp* the day of,...
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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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by Jill Puleo I sat on an examining table in front of the bespectacled doctor with close-cropped grey hair. She was blinking at me, unable to answer the question that...
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by Deserae Clarke   Feature Image: Holistic Hayley I have always been an independent person.  I don’t like asking for help, I like doing things on my own.  I also...
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Resting is recovery. Resting IS recovery. Resting is . . . well . . . it’s hard. I’m a person of routine, and running is part of it. Running, moving,...
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by Abby Harris   Cold air fills my lungs with each breath. It’s freezing, but invigorating all at once. It’s still dark out, but my headlamp illuminates my foggy breath...
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In case you were wondering…you’re basically an amazing human + you have some mad skills out there on the trails. You also really enjoy the time you get to spend...
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