Running on (Thin) Ice A few tips for tackling slick surfaces by Coach Jenni It’s that time of year when things are frozen and just a little slippery outside. That doesn’t mean you have to be stuck inside on a treadmill. It’s a great time to go outside and explore the winter wonderland around you.
Winter Running: Brr, it’s cold outside! by Coach Jenni Nettik The hardest part of running in the winter is getting out the door! Just do it–and you’ll feel great. Having the proper gear also helps keep you comfortable while running. It doesn’t take much, but we do have a few recommended items. For starters, here
We’re proud to sponsor Gociety’s Let’s Race: An Evening of Beer & Wisdom. It’s free, but to join you’ll need to sign up now, spots are nearly full! http://colorado.gociety.com/#!pageViewGroup?id=532c94b4e4b0a90ee90d6f0a Gociety is hosting yet another great shindig: Let’s Race – An Evening of Beer & Wisdom. We are working with some great local companies like Runners
by Sylvia Last summer I was running 5 days a week — mostly on trails– and feeling great! Being on the trails gives me the ultimate runner’s high. I just wanted to keep running forever! And suddenly I couldn’t. I had no energy. I was fatigued and my endurance started declining. Until one day, I
by Coach Jenni Nettik As urban dwellers, many of us run several days a week on the city roads–even if it’s just so we can make our way to a park. There are a few things that all road runners should keep in mind to stay safe around the town. 1. Be alert: It always
by Sylvia Winter can be one of the hardest times to find your motivation to run. Frigid temperatures, dark nights, and icy conditions can all be running buzz-kills. Here are a few tips to help you keep fit in those long winter months: 1. Make a plan: Staying snug in your bed in the morning,