Do Not Look Up!

by Kelley Heye 5

I’m gonna be honest. It makes me sad when people tell me they won’t go on a certain run/ride or enter an event because it’s too “hilly.” I hear way too often, “I hate hills!” I can’t begin to explain what goes on in my head ...

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Obstacle Running Fun

by Sandy Sanders 5

Obstacle Running – Leaping Fun times in Multiple Bounds Ok, what if I told you that you could get a spa mud treatment, knock out an AWESOME workout, relive the fun of childhood, AND walk away feeling like the badarse you are, ready to scale every ...

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Boston 04-15-13

by Rachel Toor 11

The years I don’t go, it feels like I’m missing a party. I get texts and emails and photos in the weeks and days before the race. I get invitations to gatherings and receptions. I feel left out. And then, on race day, I sit at ...

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A World Record in Antarctica, and Much More

by Winter Vinecki 6

THE JOURNEY BEGINS They say the Drake Passage has the roughest seas in the world. Today’s 60-knot winds and 35-foot waves reassured us of that fact. We clung to items being thrown across the ship and struggled to keep our footing. Somehow it seems we have ...

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Running: From a Climber’s Perspective

by Erica Lineberry 2

Just like not everyone who climbs is a “climber,” not everyone who runs is a “runner,” and I’ll be the first to admit that I’m the former, not the latter! And while most people probably can guess that rock climbing is great exercise, it’s not all-inclusive, ...

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Knees

by Ilona Barash 18

I’m about 11 miles into a 17 mile run, two weeks before the Boston Marathon, when I’m crippled by knee pain. Sharp, stabbing pain to my lateral right knee, like someone was jabbing it with a hot poker. As I screech and limp to a halt, ...

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