The Slippery Slope of Ultra Running

April 17, 2017 0

“Twelve hours ago, the idea of running 31 miles didn’t seem as crazy as it felt at this moment. As I ran past the aid station it took me more than a few minutes to […]



April 15, 2017 0

Runners are a notoriously naked bunch. They start losing layers with the first weak light of spring and shed unabashedly at the least provocation. Yet as the temperatures soar we ladies find ourselves at a […]

Princeton Tec Bot
Product Reviews

Princeton Tec Bot

April 13, 2017 0

Why should grown ups be the only ones having fun once it gets dark outside? The Princeton Tec Bot is a headlamp designed for kids. The Bot comes in four different playful color schemes and […]

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Speed Work for Beginners

April 12, 2017 0

The following question was posted by a fellow runner on a running forum and I thought it was a great topic to tackle in this issue. “At the sake of sounding like a newbie, I […]

Sports Med

A Sports Medicine Look at Barefoot Running

April 4, 2017 0

The forefoot/midfoot strike has gained popularity recently among runners, triathletes and ultra-marathoners. While there is nothing new about it, barefoot running (and the oxymoronic “barefoot running shoes”) have regained popularity in large part due to […]

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Back to Basics

April 3, 2017 0

When people first pick up running they are encouraged to find a training plan to follow. Plans are great for so many different reasons: you don’t have to think too hard about what to do […]