Talk About The Weather! (Treadmill Tips for Rough Days)
Talk About The Weather! (Treadmill Tips for Rough Days)
on January 17
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Aliza Lapierre writes about how to make treadmill running fun… or at least tolerable when it is necessary.


Holy Cramp! The Science Of Exercise-Associated Cramping
Holy Cramp! The Science Of Exercise-Associated Cramping
on January 16
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New ideas in the science behind exercise-associated cramping.


This Week In Running: January 15, 2018
This Week In Running: January 15, 2018
on January 15
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This Week In Running’s trail and ultra recap for January 15, 2018.


Dave Mackey And The 2004 Western States 100
Dave Mackey And The 2004 Western States 100
on January 12
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AJW looks back to Dave Mackey’s second-place finish at the 2004 Western States 100.


2018 UTMB Events Top Runners Announced
2018 UTMB Events Top Runners Announced
on January 11
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A list of the top entrants for the 2018 UTMB events.


Recovery
Recovery
on January 10
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Dakota Jones writes about the process of recovering from a hamstring injury.


Pain Management In Three Steps: Mechanism, Trajectory, And Action
Pain Management In Three Steps: Mechanism, Trajectory, And Action
on January 9
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Three steps for pain management in orthopedic issues and ultramarathon racing.


This Week In Running: January 8, 2018
This Week In Running: January 8, 2018
on January 8
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This Week In Running’s trail and ultra recap for January 8, 2018.


In Search Of The Simple Life
In Search Of The Simple Life
on January 5
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AJW writes about his quest for a simple life.


WeRunFar Profile: Mimi Anderson
WeRunFar Profile: Mimi Anderson
on January 4
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An in-depth profile of ultrarunner Mimi Anderson.


You Are An Inspiration
You Are An Inspiration
on January 3
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A quick look at how we can all be inspirations to fellow runners.


In Offense Of ‘Outdoors, Incorporated’
In Offense Of ‘Outdoors, Incorporated’
on January 2
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An essay about the importance of avoiding the overcommercialization of the outdoors.


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