Recharge Sport: Athletic Recovery and Performance Training for Life

Walk into Recharge Sport and you’ll probably find owners, Renee and Austin,…

Fuel: Lessons From a Year Not Running, The Physical

A year is a long time to be separated from something you…

Why I Run

At one time or another, most running publications address the question, “why we run.”

The Making Of A Race Director

So you had a rare, bad race experience:  you took a wrong…

The Rise and Fall… and Rise of Obstacle

Over the past five years the sport of obstacle racing has gone…

Bucket List Trails Outside the Pacific Northwest

Finding a new ribbon of singletrack can make you feel like a…

My First Marathon: A Long Road

I love the smell of spring. The trees, naked for months, sprout tiny buds of life to let us know there are sunny days ahead.

Every Race is a Puzzle

Every race is a puzzle. You throw all the pieces out on the table and see if you can put them together in the correct spots to make something awesome.

Running Scared

Fear keeps us planted. Fear keeps us is constant motion. It is both quicksand and the burning coals beneath our feet.

Maintaining a Lifetime of Runner’s Highs

A runner’s worst nightmare is to be told by his or her doctor “no more running.” There is good news though, for those of us whose drug of choice results in a “runner’s high.”