Trail runners live by John Muir’s adage, “Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.” We can’t resist the fun of discovery or unique challenges of this wilderness sport, but a run on the trails is a far cry from a jog around the neighborhood so being prepared is imperative.
Meg grew up in a family that was both medical and athletic, so health and fitness are in her blood. She is a runner, yoga teacher, retired women’s health nurse, and will certify as a personal trainer with NASM in late 2020. She teaches her clients to approach health and fitness as a celebration of the human body. Meg is a lifelong athlete and she’s looking forward to realizing a decades-long dream when she begins the next chapter as a personal trainer. Meg lives in Boise, Idaho with her husband Gustav. They have two high energy dogs and two higher energy boys that all love the outdoors. Her 7-year-old son has taken to trail running with her, and he’s harder to keep up with than she expected! She is a passionate feminist, activist, reader, and writer.