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"Take A Bet On Yourself!"

6 years ago, I decided to do something outside of my comfort zone, took some chances, and hoped for the best.

There were nerves of how things would be received, anxiety over not doing enough, and the constant fear of failure…not only for me personally, but for the purpose and mission I hoped would reshape the current state of the trail running and hiking communities.

Through this experience my mantra became “take a bet on yourself.” I realized that if I didn’t believe in myself and abilities, how could I ever create change or inspire others to believe in their capabilities to make change. 

I hope TS community members will embrace the mantra of “take a bet on yourself,” as it’s the most powerful belief one can have in her pursuit of life.

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Gina Lucrezi

Trail Sisters Founder

Lessons From My First 50

Greetings from the other side of a 50 miler; the recovery side. The side where you process everything while the body repairs. There is a lot to process because this wasn’t just another 50 miler, it was my first and over 14,000ft of elevation gain made it even more memorable.

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Begin and Be In

Sometimes it takes remembering to be in every moment, even the hard ones, knowing that the only way through is to keep moving. I am choosing every day to begin and be in my life just as I am.

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Childcare Grant

In an effort to grow women’s opportunity and participation on the trails, Trail Sisters in partnership with The North Face has created the Childcare Grant. 20 grants of $400 offered for 2022!

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Lessons From My First 50

Greetings from the other side of a 50 miler; the recovery side. The side where you process everything while the body repairs. There is a lot to process because this wasn’t just another 50 miler, it was my first and over 14,000ft of elevation gain made it even more memorable.

Bebe Vanek

Begin and Be In

Sometimes it takes remembering to be in every moment, even the hard ones, knowing that the only way through is to keep moving. I am choosing every day to begin and be in my life just as I am.

Lisa Glickenhouse

Trail Running for Gratitude

Trail running has truly changed my life for the better. It has given me confidence, helped with my depression and anxiety, and filled me with gratitude. My story is about surviving a mental health challenge and thriving to live a quality life.

Michelle Magagna

You Are So Capable

The reality is that safety for women while running is never guaranteed. It’s a hard and incredibly frustrating reality, and it’s something that I feel so much more intensely after having experienced it firsthand…

Marcia Dority Baker

Reflection on Kettle Moraine 100k

I am really glad I ran this race as it’s been on my want-to-run list for a few years. As a runner, it was a great training and racing experience. As a coach, it was a valuable experience on how important the details are.

Stephanie Stevens

The Ups and Downs of Night Running

I am passionate about running relays. I love how it builds community and encourages (necessitates?) collaborative problem solving. Most relays aren’t inherently competitive and if

Heather Anderson

Nuances of Leave No Trace

Chances are you’ve heard of the 7 Principles of Leave No Trace. While they vary slightly depending on what sort of outdoor pursuit you’re engaged in, ultimately, they intend to protect the natural resources and the user experience of such by encouraging certain behaviors…

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