Women are taking to the trails in large numbers and later in life, so it makes sense that we want practical information on how to stay injury-free, how to balance training with a full-time job and/or raising kids, and to hear from other women who are successfully navigating these challenges.
One thing I love about trail running, and especially ultrarunning, is the chance to talk in depth about a variety of topics for hours on the trail. On any given day these might include parenting issues, the next race on the calendar, training pitfalls, injury prevention, and female body systems.
Two weeks after finishing the Old Dominion 100, I’m feeling surprisingly chipper. My legs feel strong, with no lingering soreness. I’ve been able to run
I have one week to go before the start of the Old Dominion 100. Here in central Virginia, May is blooming all around us with
“Show a little passion, baby Show a little style Show the knack for knowing when And the gift for knowing how And have a little
A Trail Runner’s Companion Review Back in January, our local trail running store, Crozet Running, partnered with the Charlottesville Area Trail Runners to provide a 16-week
Charlottesville, Virginia I live with my family in Charlottesville, Virginia, home of the University of Virginia and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Charlottesville is located in the central part of
Last week I managed to persuade a group of new running friends to try the “12 Days of Christmas” track workout, which Pam Smith posted
Last December, I spent my 53rd birthday finishing my tenth Hellgate 100K. That race, which starts at midnight in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia