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When to come to altitude?

As more and more races are held at higher elevations, and the opportunity to train at altitude broadens with the availability of training camps, many athletes have questions about how to be most effective with their chance to train or race at altitude. Our earlier posts have covered running and racing at altitude, and preparing[…]

2015 Training Camp Dates announced

Training camps – for many folks that conjures up an image of hard work, challenges that few can meet, feeling very tired, and needing an extended rest period! Well, that’s one kind of training camp….Active at Altitude has developed a reputation for providing camps that combine hard work with play; that leave you room to[…]

Trail running – a question of balance

Trail Running is a rapidly growing sport in the USA, and Worldwide, many runners switching from road running to trails to enable a deeper connection with nature, explore new terrain, and also ease wear and tear on an athletic body. I arrived in Colorado as a road runner from the UK, and quickly fell passionately[…]

Active at Altitude partnership with Saucony announced

Active at Altitude is excited to announce a partnership with Saucony. The US company is a market leading manufacturer of athletic shoes. They specialize in racing, running, and walking shoes, as well as general running apparel.  Saucony will provide apparel and shoes for the coaching staff for Active at Altitude, ready for their 2014 running[…]

Active at Altitude 2014 Training Camp Schedule

A running camp – for many folks the reality is very different from the all run, tough, feeling sick, huge challenges that are beyond me, type of image that a running camp conjures up. In fact a running camp can be the ideal place to kick start your running, learn new skills, challenge yourself, become[…]