Two years ago I wrote about running for charity, and gave examples of some amazing races around the world that attract runners running for a charity or non-profit.
Women’s running continues to be the boom trend in the running world. A recent survey by Running USA noted that 63% of respondents were women, a statistic that echoes the typical proportion of women that now take part in races nationwide.
Sleep is one of the most important components in the training process, and also the one that often gets overlooked the most.
It makes sense to plan ahead for all those factors you can control, and leave yourself with the best possible chance of having your best race experience. The days leading up to race day are always an exciting time! You have been training for weeks, or months, and the days just seem to get shorter […]
“What are you running for?” Take a moment to answer that question. Active at Altitude believes that every meaningful action, interaction, and personal achievement starts with an intention. So before you start running, have a goal in mind in order for you to find strength in times of weakness. Charity is one of the reasons […]