The Dirt on Doping

Posted by Test Account Number 2 in Blog, Commentary, Uncategorized on Dec 21, 2016 Woodside Ramble 2016

The Woodside Ramble this past weekend elicited a few inquiries about Lance Armstrong’s participation last year. Some were hopeful to race against him while others were looking for a photo or story. Days prior to the race we were asked about our position regarding anti-doping policy and if the experience of allowing a former doper […]

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Stretching For Runners

Posted by Inside Trail Racing in Blog, Commentary, Uncategorized on Dec 15, 2016

You arrive at a race and find yourself engulfed by runners bouncing like boxers, lunging around the parking lot, trotting down the road to bring blood to the muscles, and then you spot them. They are deliberate and methodical in their approach. They appear confident and convinced of their routine. You may even feel as […]

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The Inconvenient Interest: 5 Tips For Super Busy Runners

Posted by Inside Trail Racing in Blog, Commentary, Uncategorized on Dec 8, 2016

I was in my early twenties when I had my first child. While my friends were graduating from college and hosting quaint costume-themed parties, I was learning how to coordinate making dinner while breastfeeding and keep a household running on about 3 hours of nightly sleep. Though I’ve never regretted becoming a mother nor has […]

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When Eating Becomes Unsavory

Posted by Inside Trail Racing in Blog, Commentary, Uncategorized on Dec 2, 2016

As the year comes to a close and the holidays are thrust upon us with glittering urgency, like many Americans during this time, I feel anxious, exhausted, and even a little unrestrained. The pressure of tradition and social obligations, along with the general hum of unrelenting responsibility make what is supposed to be a joyous […]

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Too Much of a Good Thing

Posted by Inside Trail Racing in Blog, Uncategorized on Feb 4, 2015

Exercise is good for you, but there can be severe consequences in demanding too much from a body designed for moderation. As more insight and research is conducted in the field of exercise physiology, old ideas are discarded and the public gets to feast over new controversies in data while the verdict is still out. […]

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