March 15: Advice for Runners During our Public Health Crisis

See what we have written for the national RRCA community here: https://www.rrca.org/news-articles/news-archives/2020/03/15/advice-for-rrca-members-running-coaches-and-club-leaders Runners are optimistic by nature, but it’s hard to super optimistic in the face of the current public health crisis of coronavirus and COVID-19.  As an athlete, you may be feeling a little down, a bit stressed, and a lot unmotivated. As a … Read more

Training on Trails

Why trails? The simple answer is, running on trails adds variety to your training.  Running and hiking over uneven terrain produces different physical challenges that improve strength and coordination.  Basically, you become a better overall athlete.  Not to mention, trail running is usually more scenic.  Ever looked up and been in complete awe of the … Read more

Why Group Training?

Why Group Training? After college I was terrified that I wouldn’t run if no one was expecting me to. I’d spent 4 years running for a division 1 school where I did everything my coach told me to do. Thankfully, I did keep running even without having my workouts posted on a bulletin board. It … Read more