Jim’s Story

Jim’s Story

By Jim Elliott When I was a kid, my clothes came from the “husky” section of the store. I was never particularly athletic but I was always active and could do whatever my friends did, although usually not as fast or as easily. In high school, I was determined to get...
Screw Loose?

Screw Loose?

Marathon training season adds a whole new perspective to the way you do life which may have your non-runner friends asking, “What’s wrong with Mary?” Brentney Hamilton Has this happened to you? Someone in your life – perhaps a coworker or cousin – starts behaving in...
Pushing the pace into parenthood

Pushing the pace into parenthood

How having a baby can make you a grittier, smarter, and even faster runner By Brentney Hamilton Editor’s note: Prior to this blog post’s publication, the Washington Post issued an expose detailing how hundreds of parents and infants have been injured using strollers...
Social Running

Social Running

By Zane Thrift Running. It’s one of the most beneficial independent sports that there is, and not just for your health, but for your social life too. There are plenty of people that simply dread running, and they look around at their friends or family and wonder how...