Posts tagged with: Mindfulness

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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by Lisa Perky My husband likes to say “everything happens for a reason.” I like to imagine punching him in the face, because that saying is the LEAST HELPFUL THING...
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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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by Gina Lucrezi It’s 2017, and the demand for equality is getting louder: equal standards, equal opportunity, equal pay, equal respect. Shouldn’t this include trail and ultrarunning athletes as well? ...
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The story of three independent women saved by a couple of Johns By Steph Imig “I’m pretty sure he’s here to kill us.” Both Ashley and Sara confessed to being...
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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 Lisa Perky Today, (Today that I am writing, not Today that you are reading) DeVos was confirmed as our Secretary of Education. As a public school teacher in an...
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by Katelynn Wagner When people find out I pay to run 50 miles and call it fun, they usually slide my name over into the “crazy friend” column very quickly,...
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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 Sophie Speidel   Last week I managed to persuade a group of new running friends to try the “12 Days of Christmas” track workout, which Pam Smith posted on...
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by  Laura Overton The awful clanking sounds coming from my kitchen wake me as the coffee maker groans to life. It’s five in the morning, and the pre-dawn sky is...
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