My friend Chelsea and I organize a “No Runner Left Behind” trail running group on Sundays locally and this week? We had, like a million people show up. Okay, maybe not a million, but it felt like it. Here is a picture of our group running through the woods. Do you see all the color … Continue reading Trail Running, Scary Emails, and Prayers for Groins…The Usual.
I mentioned that I was part of a weird congested train of runners for several miles at my trail race on Saturday. By the time the huge group of people leap frogged around the person at the front of the train (Who was wearing headphones, I’ll get to that in a second), we were probably … Continue reading Some Tricks To Being A Slower Runner On A Single Track Trail Race
I ran a race yesterday that “Ages Up” – meaning that you are listed as the age that you’ll be on 12/31 of that year. It’s done always in USAT triathlons (as those are all potentially qualifying for a championship so you need to be in the same age group all year) but I always … Continue reading A Liberating Run
I’m running a 50K tomorrow, New Year’s Eve, and it involves 10 3-mile loops at our local cross country park. (For those of you who say, “That is only 30 miles! Not a 50K!” We do one 1-mile loop at the start before we start the 10 3-mile loops.) I’ve decided I’m going to spend … Continue reading A 50K Broken Into 10 Reflections for 2015
My friends and I have been leading a “No Runner Left Behind” trail group since last Spring and I’ve realized that there are a lot of resources I have/use that others could make use of. We’ve also learned that there’s a learning curve when it comes to language and reference points, so I thought: Why … Continue reading Resources For (New? All?) Trail Runners in Huntsville