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 […]
Our positive running story this time features a returning focus on on our great friend and colleague, Melody Fairchild. I met Melody more than ten years ago, and was immediately impressed with her calm nature, the way she is able to see things often from a different perspective, and that she can be both a […]
This positive running story is about Vanessa Kvien, a Navajo athlete from Winslow,
This positive running story is about Becca Corona, a runner from Arvada,
Our positive running story this time is on Emily Carr, a runner from Washington, D.C.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text margin_bottom=”10″]Our positive running story this time comes from Gina Lucrezi.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text margin_bottom=”10″]Habits run our lives, often without our conscious engagement.
This week we speak with Diana Norcross, a Boulder resident and member of Colorado’s Revolution Running Training Club, who managed to break down her running barriers by drawing upon the support and camaraderie she found in her local running group. Find out how Diana dealt with those early setbacks, achieved those PRs, and ended up […]
Amy Laub is a 47-year-old runner from Los Gatos, CA, who has regularly competed in track events ranging in length from 800m to 5K before recently stepping up to distances between 5k and half marathon. Amy recently attended our June ’16 Women’s Running Camp and shared a wonderfully inspiring story one day while the group […]
Lisa Marshall is an award-winning health and medical science journalist whose work has taken her to parts of Asia, Africa, and Latin America. An avid runner, she lives in the foothills west of Boulder with her husband and two children, and has completed a remarkable ten marathons to date. Here she reflects on her experiences […]