14 Reasons to Fall in Love with Running

14 Reasons to Fall in Love with Running

Whether you love this Hallmark holiday or just wait patiently for it to pass, there’s no better reminder of love than Valentine’s Day. Each year I enjoy the festive celebrations as a reminder to be grateful for all of the love that I have in my life. One of my favorites: my love for running. … Read More

5 Ways to Avoid Treadmill Boredom

5 Ways to Avoid Treadmill Boredom

Runners are notorious for trudging through some wicked weather. We stubbornly stick to our training plans as if deviating from them in any way would drastically affect our performance. Even middle of the pack runners such as myself know the guilt that accompanies a missed training run. When the weather gets rough, we continue to … Read More

The 10 Best Running Tips for Every Kind of Runner

The 10 Best Running Tips for Every Kind of Runner

Whether you run to stay in shape, conquer new goals, or fulfill your daily endorphin fix, you’ve likely experienced many highs and lows along the way. While most runs inspire a sense of joy and accomplishment, those moments don’t come without their fair share of struggles. Regardless of your fitness level or running expertise, there … Read More

A Year of Running in Review: 2018

A Year of Running in Review: 2018

Happy New Year! As 2019 kicks off, I’m eager to set new running goals, sign up for some races, and create a plan for the new year. But before I do so, I’m going to reflect on the progress that was made this past year 2018 was a pretty well-rounded year in terms of running. … Read More

The Best of Runnin’ for Sweets in 2018

The Best of Runnin’ for Sweets in 2018

Each year it feels like time seems to fly by even faster than before, and 2018 certainly felt like it went by in a blink of an eye. But at the same time, 2018 was filled with plenty of running, fitness goals, challenges, changes, consistency and everything in between. Before the New Year begins, I … Read More

Run With More Joy, Less Anguish

Run With More Joy, Less Anguish

by Gary Dudney My understanding of how to run with more joy and less anguish starts with vinegar. There’s a traditional subject in Chinese painting of three old men who are vinegar tasters. The idea is that the three tasters represent the three ancient religions of China: Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism. When the Buddhist and … Read More