Being on the trails is my happy place. Joy, ease, and creativity spills out of me when moving outside, as it does for so many of us trail runners. A Washington state native, I currently live in rural Alaska where the trailheads are never crowded, but often snow covered. It’s a new challenge I’m trying to roll with as I train for my next big event, the 2022 Hardrock 100. When not running or crafting new stories for UltraSignupNews – I’m a wife, mom of a teenager, a toddler, and a Weimaraner, a yoga teacher, and grad school student. It’s a blessed and full plate, and I’m so grateful to now be sharing this trail journey with each of you.
Carbon-fiber FOMO? UltraSignup 10 tips for healthy running View this email online. TOGETHER WITH Good morning trail friends. This week, long time ultrarunners offer wisdom on how to “keep it real.” Renowned shoe-dog Brain Metzler provides reassurance that, while carbon-fiber plates are pretty awesome, they’ll likely not redefine your trail experience. Dean Karnazes suggests that, […]
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