Our positive running story this time is on Patricia Nott, a runner from Lawrence, Kansas. Paralleling our previous positive running story subject, Patrice, Patricia also found running in her 50’s. She was a part of one of only five all women’s running clubs in the country, based in Kansas City.
Our positive running story this time is on Patrice Swan, a runner from Minnesota. She found running after turning 50, ran her first race in 2009, and hasn’t looked back since. We connected when she registered for our Positive Race mindset Program for the Glacier half marathon from Vacation Races.
Our positive running story this time is on a woman runner that I had the great fortune to meet recently at an unleash your awesome positive race workshop that I held before the Zion half marathon at the end of April, Tara Allred. What instantly struck me about Tara was her glowing enthusiasm for running […]
Subscription options for CRA members and supporters will help deliver association mission activacuity today announced a partnership with the Collegiate Running Association. The activacuity App provides daily audio sessions of 10-15 minutes in duration, using guided imagery and positive psychology. Guided imagery has been used with great effect by elite athletes for decades, traditionally delivered […]
Our positive running story this time is on a long time friend of Active at Altitude, fitness expert and entrepreneur, Scott Colby. Scott first approached me back in 2010 looking for a place to host fitness retreats for his clients. We have since worked together on a number of those life changing retreats, while Scott […]
Every now and then a book comes along that is not just a good read, it is a life changing experience. Let Your Mind Run is a book that every runner and coach should have on their bookshelf. I highly recommend it for all athletes. I have been a fan of Deena Kastor for many […]
Our positive running story this time is about Julia Holt, a runner from Corona,
The recent win by Shalane Flanagan in the NYC marathon marked a historic moment for women’s running in the US.
Our positive running story this time is on Emily Carr, a runner from Washington, D.C.
Our positive running story this time is on runner Amanda Walton-Lopez,