There’s nothing like your first time running an ultramarathon. It’s exhilarating and it can push you to your absolute limits. Of course, it’s also probably going to be the most running you’ve ever done at one time, and you don’t want to be on your last legs with two-thirds of the race to go. To perform at your best, follow these five tips.
Running downhill can be daunting to mind and body. While it is true that as you run downhill, your stabilizer muscles are challenged, it’s only hard on the body when done with improper form and lack of practice.
There is nothing quite like the feeling of wind in your face as you run through the great outdoors. Whether you’re running on a trail through the wilderness or along a road in town, there are some basic road manners and trail etiquette you can follow to make sure you and everyone around you has a good run.
Wanting to get outside on the trail for your long run this week? On those nice days where you decide running outside is preferable and you know you’re run is going to take 2 hours or more, it’s a good idea to prepare ahead of time.
Are you ready to enjoy nature’s beauty as you go out for a run? There are some adjustments you need to make once you hit the trails outside, but we’ve got some beginner tips to get you off to a great start!
Moab, Utah is known for having some of the most scenic biking and running trails. With a desert landscape, Moab is challenging for any trail runner’s legs and lungs, but it’s also very refreshing for the spirit.