You are a runner. It’s how you identify yourself and it’s what you enjoy doing. Your running routine had been rock solid and then…..COVID-19 struck. Nearly a year later, it continues to wreak havoc on our lives and our habits.
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As a premier provider of running camps for adults in the US, we’re grappling with an issue that is already having an overwhelming human impact. At Active at Altitude, we believe it is our role and responsibility during this time to prioritize two things: the health and welfare of our
Women’s running continues to be the boom trend in the running world. The 2019 Running Trends report from Running USA shows that the majority of runners of U.S. road races in 2018 continued to be women,
Have you ever thought about coming to a women’s running camp? Did you wonder how hard it might be, and doubting if it could be right for you? Think about how often you listen to self sabotaging negative thoughts,
There are many reasons why people take up running – for fun, health or a sense of achievement – and many find motivation in training for a race. There are hundreds of races every year in the US alone, for runners of every ability.
Moving to Colorado had been on our radar since 1998.
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.