Winter training

Winter can sometimes arrive with a rush, catching us off guard as our training is focused on a goal race many weeks ahead, in Spring or Summer next year. Changes in temperature and ground conditions under our feet can mean new challenges for us as runners – here are some guidelines to help keep you[…]

Winter traction for runners

Winter can be a challenging time for runners. Depending on where you are in the country, you could be facing arctic temperatures, freezing windchill, ice, rain, snow, and anything else that Mother Nature can craft to send our way! As I write this in Estes Park, Colorado, we are at 15F – last night the[…]