Running

Becoming a Morning Person: Running Edition 

Cover photo courtesy of Newport Autumn Bloom – Jenny Cooper I’ve failed at reaching the same goal for the past several years: becoming an early ...
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Running Cancer Into the Ground

How the magic of the trails healed me By Brad Thiessen The Mountain Magic Trail Run, a race with 5, 10, and 25k options on ...
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The Benefits of a Dynamic Warm-Up

It’s common knowledge that runners should warm up . . . and it’s common knowledge that they often don’t take the time. I asked Rebecca ...
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Woman with a purple top running on a paved trail.

Get Strong with “Run Ready”

Prepare to run, hike and stay injury-free this season Trey Nichols, founder and physical therapist at Northwest Mobile Physical Therapy, has first-hand experience of the ...
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The Upside of Running Through a Cold, Dark Season

After a prolonged rough patch—a monotonous months-long streak of runs when I felt lethargic and low-key miserable—I am back to loving running. There are several ...
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Join A Winter Group Run

By James P. Johnson There are plenty of reasons not to run during winter, but for runners who want to stay fit and active despite ...
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The Benefit of Long, Slow Distance

For people who love running, it becomes second nature to say yes to difficult questions. Go for your run even though you’ve got a stuffy ...
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Finding the Perfect Pace

Lessons from Unexpected Teachers Online influencers, running group coaches, my much-faster friends: all have impacted my running life with their words and actions. Recently, I’ve ...
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Embarrassing Runner Stories

From wildlife encounters to bathroom emergencies, running and embarrassment sometimes go hand in hand. Check out readers’ most awkward running moments below—and be thankful they ...
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