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TweetThere are endless choices available when it comes to energy food. I’ve spent the past 20 years of my running career testing can various drinks, gels and chews, often with mixed results. My years of experimentation have taught me two … Continue reading
TweetDo you strategically plan your trail runs with bushes and trees along the route just in case you need to go pee? Do you empty your bladder two to three times before you leave for a run? If so, you are not … Continue reading
TweetI had the pleasure of meeting Kandice Marks when she attended the Run Wild Trail Running and Wellness Retreat in Colorado in August 2011. In fact, the retreat was a birthday gift from her husband (what a guy!). During the retreat, Kandice, … Continue reading
Tweet Who doesn’t deserve a break from life’s frenetic pace? The fist step, however, is recognizing just how badly you need a little space and time to recharge before you hit the wall of exhaustion, burn out or emotional stability. If you love … Continue reading
TweetAn excerpt from Run Like a Mother–How to Get Moving-and Not Lose your Family, Job or Sanity by Dimity McDowell If George W. was the decider, then I’m the unrememberer. Ask me to recount the plot any book I’ve ever I … Continue reading
TweetI just returned from my longest run of 2011 so far– a 2.5-hour jaunt on our local system at Red Hill. It felt fantastic to finally be off the hard asphalt and onto sweet singletrack, with its twists, turns, rocks, bumps and … Continue reading
TweetLast year I had the pleasure of interviewing Amy Palmiero-Winters, a single mother of two who had lost her leg below the knee after a motorcycle accident years earlier, for an article in the June 2010 issue of Trail Runner … Continue reading
TweetThis time last year I was already logging two- to three-hour runs in anticipation of my first 50-mile race at the end of April. I was nervous at the propect of covering 50 miles in a day until I remembered … Continue reading
Tweet During her five years as manager editor at Trail Runner magazine (2006-2011), Elinor has covered , profiled top athletes in the sport and wrote about the world’s best trail-running destinations, ranging from the Canadian Rockies to Patagonia. As a freelancer, Elinor … Continue reading