Monthly Archives: April 2008

TransRockies Run: Training for a Stage Race
on April 30
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With one email this morning my tentative 2008 running plans solidified – I’m running the Gore-Tex TransRockies Run. From August


Caffeine and Endurance Running
on April 28
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It’s a naptastic rainy day here at iRunFar and, therefore, the perfect time to talk about caffeine… just after our


Running, Diet, and the Environment
on April 25
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The final installment in iRunFar’s Earth Week series is a simple plea to consider what you eat. There will be


Trail Running Gear Going Green
on April 24
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Installment four in iRunFar’s Earth Week series focuses on trail runners’ gear consumption and the greening of the gear industry.


Sprained Ankle Rehab: Balance Boards
on April 24
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The head idiot at iRunFar has once again sprained his ankle. Doh! It’s nothing major … it’s happened before and


weRunFar: Runners Seeing Green
on April 23
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In the weRunFar contribution to iRunFar Earth Week series, we’ll share the blogs of a few individuals who espouse their


Green Races: Trail Races and the Environment
on April 22
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When you trail race, do you leave skid marks and a cloud of noxious fumes in your wake? This post,


Environmentally Sustainable Running
on April 21
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Do you think about how your trail running affects the world around you and that of generations to come? You


La Sportiva Raceblade Review
on April 20
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When I wear the La Sportiva Raceblade, I often feel like I’m being propelled forward down the trail. This propelled


2008 100 Mile Race Entry Fee Analysis
on April 16
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Friend of iRunFar, Mike Mason, compiled the following table analyzing the 2008 entry fees for 21 of the most recognizable