Men and women have inherent differences when it comes to sports. Many studies show that women are better at endurance sports compared to men, while men are better at explosive and power-driven actions.
How pain and injuries are opportunities for us to listen
Are you in denial? We have probably all been in this place – pain from a part of our body that we didn’t expect, and didn’t ask for. It’s consistent, however it doesn’t seem to be holding up my training, so I’ll carry on running through it for a couple of weeks, and see how […]
Positive running story – Kim Thayer
Our positive running story this time is on Kim Thayer, a runner from Meridian, Idaho,
Positive running story – Julia Holt
Our positive running story this time is about Julia Holt, a runner from Corona,
Positive running story – Carolyn Weber
Our positive running story for this feature is on Carolyn Weber.
Five things runners can learn from Shalane Flanagan’s NYC marathon victory
The recent win by Shalane Flanagan in the NYC marathon marked a historic moment for women’s running in the US.
Positive running story – Emily Carr
Our positive running story this time is on Emily Carr, a runner from Washington, D.C.
Positive running story – Two wolves
There is a Cherokee legend about Two Wolves.
Positive running story – Aaron Saft
Our positive running story this time is about Aaron Saft.
Positive running story – Jenna Powers
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text margin_bottom=”10″]This positive running story is about Seattle runner Jenna Powers.